Payment ServicesPostFinance


Sana Commerce 9.3
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Configure PostFinance

When the PostFinance payment provider is installed and configured in the PostFinance BackOffice, it should be also configured in Sana Admin.

Set up PostFinance

Step 1: In Sana Admin click: Apps > Add-ons. When the PostFinance add-on is installed, you can configure it from any tab on the "Add-ons" page by clicking on the Configure button .

Step 2: Choose the appropriate payment integration mode.

There are two modes: test and live. Test mode allows to simulate the payment process as if it is a real payment and helps to make sure that everything will behave the same way when you go live. Live mode implies that a customer makes a real purchase using already configured payment provider and methods.

Step 3: Configure the payment provider by entering the payment provider specific settings of the test/ live account.
The table below provides the description of the PostFinance payment provider settings.

Field  Description
PSP id The affiliation name in the PostFinance system.
Operation Defines the type of the requested transaction. The payment procedure configured on the Technical information page in the PostFinance BackOffice defines the default transaction operation for a new order. An operation value sent along with the transaction will overwrite the default value.

    Select the SAL operation.

SHA in deliminator Hash keys must be configured both in the PostFinance BackOffice and in Sana Admin to check the data which is sent. Make sure that the values of these parameters are the same as in the PostFinance BackOffice (SHA-IN pass phrase and SHA-OUT pass phrase); otherwise an error will be thrown.

For each order, server generates a unique character string (called a digest), which is hashed with the secure hash algorithm.

SHA out deliminator
Hash algorithm This parameter is used to check/prepare hash of parameters. The value of this parameter must be the same as in the PostFinance BackOffice; otherwise the security error will occur.

    It is recommended to use SHA 512.

When PostFinance is installed and configured, you can set up the necessary payment methods in Sana Admin that are supported by PostFinance.

Payment ServicesPostFinance