WooCommerce Integration (beta)

With Transaction Cloud, you can now use WooCommerce integration - an open-source e-commerce plugin for WordPress. It is designed for online merchants using WordPress.

WooCommerce is a popular e-commerce plugin for WordPress, designed to facilitate the creation and management of online stores. It extends the functionality of a WordPress website, enabling users to sell products or services directly from their site.

WooCommerce empowers users to create and manage professional e-commerce websites without extensive technical knowledge. It provides a flexible and scalable platform for selling products and services online, making it a popular choice for businesses of all sizes.

Official WooCommerce page

Plugin Versions

4.08.2023 1.0.4 (beta)

What's new :

  • Configure a payment method name and description
  • TC logotype in a payment method
  • Ready-to-copy webhook URL address inside the settings page
  • Automatically pass email, first name, and last name from WooCommerce to the payment form

28.06.2023 1.0.3 (beta)

Plugin Installation

To integrate your WooCommerce installation with Transaction Cloud, do the following:

  1. Download, install, and activate the WooCommerce plugin using the above ZIP file. Download Plugin
  2. Open the installed plugin in your settings panel:

    WooCommerce -> Settings -> Payments -> Transaction Cloud

  3. Provide a login and a generated password from the API set-up panel on Transaction Cloud. API Set up
  4. Create a new webhook URL from the webhook section on the API Set up page.
    The created URL should be as follows: https://your-domain.com/?wc-api=tc_webhook
    Create Webhook
  5. Create "WooCommerce Checkout" product in products section.
    Provide newly created product ID in WooCommerce Plugin settings page.
    My Products
  6. You can also use one of your one-time payment product IDs. However, in this case, if the appropriate currency is not specified in the transaction, amounts will be deducted from the product.

  7. Choose the environment, whether you want to test it on the sandbox or publish it on the production server. Save changes and start selling!
  8. Alternatively, to verify the incoming webhook, you can use the Webhook Security Tag.