Payment Gateway/Merchant

Changing your gateway after processing transactions may cause undesirable side effects, such losing the ability to issue refunds through Path.

Finding the settings

Go to Admin > Commerce > Merchant and click the dropdown.

Merchant Gateway Location

Supported Gateways

Payflow Pro

Get Payflow Pro here: https://www.paypal.com/webapps/mpp/payflow-payment-gateway

To enable this gateway, first gather these credentials:

  • Login
  • Password
  • Partner
  • User (not required)

These are the credentials you use when logging in to PayPal Manager

Important: Path sends data to each payment gateway using the Description field. Payflow Pro doesn’t offer this field, and instead offers Comment 1 and Comment 2. With Payflow Pro, you’ll see custom price labels in the Comment 2 area.

PayPal (Signature Mode)

This requires a PayPal Payments Pro account. Get that here: https://www.paypal.com/webapps/mpp/paypal-payments-pro

To enable this gateway, first gather these credentials:

  • API Login/Username
  • API Password
  • Signature

This link explains how to request the credentials from PayPal.

Authorize.net

To enable this gateway, you’ll need to get a hold of these:

  • API Login ID
  • API Transaction Key

Here’s a link from Authorize.net explaining how to acquire them

Please note, our checkout page does not collect billing address. If your Authorize.net account requires billing address to process payments, you may need to contact Authorize.net to remove the requirement

BluePay

To enable this gateway, start by finding these credentials:

  • Account ID
  • Secret Key

BluePay has a video that explains how to find your Account ID and Secret Key

Braintree

To enable this gateway, start by finding these credentials:

  • Merchant ID
  • Public Key
  • Private Key
  • Merchant Account ID (optional)

This article on Braintree’s support portal explains how to find the above credentials.

Stripe

To enable Stripe as your payment gateway, you’ll need the following:

  • Stripe Secret Key

This article on Stripe’s site will show you where to find this information.