- If you do not see file, that mean you do not have an active license
- Plugin version is numbers at the ending of filename here below represented by x.x.x:
- You need to allow overwrite files
- Uploding files by not using FTP or SFTP can fail with not enough values in your php.ini file server configuration for these parameters: memory_limit ; upload_max_filesize ; post_max_size ; max_execution_time
The location of the root of your WordPress installation depends on where you originally installed WordPress, and is also driven by your webhosting provider.
Common folder locations to check are:
You know you’ve found the right folder when you see the following subfolders:
If you can’t find the root of your WordPress installation, get in touch with your webhosting provider and ask them
to help you locate it. In most cases, it's the same as the document root.
FTP Upload example, when the location of the root of your WordPress installation have this path: /home/YOURUSERNAME/public_html
This controls whether the ML ePay Gateway is enabled or not at Checkout.
This controls the title which the user sees during checkout.
This controls the description which the user sees during checkout.
Insert Plugin License Key ordered at SiteShop.ph
Display automatically your License Status
After saving your above Plugin License Key, you can force a refresh by logout and Login to WordPress Admin Panel
Insert Merchant Email Address registered at ML ePay.
It's can be found by Login at ML ePay ❯ Click the top-right side drop-down list ❯ Account ❯ "Account Information" section.
Insert Merchant Secret Key provided by ML ePay.
It's can be found by Login at ML ePay ❯ Click the top-right side drop-down list ❯ Account ❯ "API Information" section.
Allowed time in days for makes cash payment, after that transaction code expire.
We recommend to allow at least 3 days.
This controls the instruction which the user sees when transaction code is displayed after checkout.
Enable this if you want Log ML ePay events, such as Transaction Code created, Notification, inside: log file
Webhook URL must be set in your ML ePay Account
Set your Webhook URL in your ML ePay Account, it's displayed in red color at bottom page here:
WooCommerce ❯ Settings ❯ "Checkout" Tab ❯ ML ePay
Next, Login at ML ePay ❯ Click the top-right side drop-down list ❯ Account ❯ Edit Profile ❯ "API Information" section:
1/ Set "Webhook URL" by clicking on field for "Webhook URL"
2/ Enable "Webhook Status"
WordPress Admin Panel ❯ Users ❯ Add New.
Once the user has been added, go at "All Users" and edit user you just created:
1/ As "Role", select "Customer"
2/ Now, "Customer Billing Address" and "Customer Shipping Address" sections are displayed, complete all fields and use firstname.lastname@example.org for every email address and save.
After new page loading, you should see the Transaction Code.
If you have no Transaction Code Displayed or error, please check the debug log file content for better understanding.
Login to your Ml ePay account ❯ Go to bottom of API Documentation page.
At Transaction Code, use Transaction Code from a WooCommerce order: edit Order at WooCommerce to find it in the Orders Notes.
At Sender Email, use: email@example.com , so ML ePay gateway will recognize it's for testing
At Expiry (UNIX Timestamps), you must have a FUTURE date in the Epoch-UNIX Timestamps format
You can use this tool to convert a future date to the Epoch format: http://www.epochconverter.com/
example: Wed, 27 May 2015 12:21:53 GMT is matching to this epoch time: 1432729313
At at Payload, use an existing WooCommerce order number, without any #
Supposing that a given WooCommerce order has ever been updated to Processing status from an ML ePay Notification (PAID Transaction), so now if you re-use notification simulator still using same:
- Notification Type: PAID
So in above example case, none update will be done and no Orders Notes will be added at WooCommerce, as it's just a duplicate Notification.
|Status Code||Description||Previous Order Status||Updated Order Status|
|CREATED||Transaction Code Created||Pending Payment||On Hold|
|PAID||Transaction has already been paid by the customer or buyer.||On Hold||Processing|
|EXPIRED||Transaction has expired without payment. (*)||On Hold||Cancelled|
|CANCELLED||Transaction has been cancelled without payment.||On Hold||Cancelled|
* Transaction expire when customer do not pay in the time you allowed.
The "Complete" order status at wooCommerce is not managed/updated by the payment gateway plugin because it's a logistic matter, so admin can update status manually or rely on a logistics plugin that could auto update WooCommerce order to the "Complete" status.