Setting Up At eMPPay.com
Before you can begin configuring eMPPay.com as a biller in NATS4, you must first register an account through their website. This can be done at http://www.emerchantpay.com/
Please use the following url for your notification URL:
In the above notification URL, replace linkdomain with your
Setting Up eMPPay.com in NATS
To begin setting up eMPPay.com in NATS4, go to the Billers Admin and scroll down to the "Setup New Biller" drop-down menu. Select "eMPPay.com" and click Add.
When prompted, fill in your Client Account ID and Secret Key. This information must be obtained directly from eMPPay.com. After you have filled in the required fields, click Save.
Next, go to the Sites Admin and create a new tour or edit an already existing one. Enter "Payment Form ID" and select the language for the Form under the Biller Details section.
Next, scroll down to the section labeled "Join Options for this Tour" and edit the join options you wish to use with this biller. Find the field labeled "EMPNATIVE Product Code", "Pre Defined", "Currency", "Manage Password" and fill in your eMPPay.com information, which must be obtained directly from eMPPay.com.
Once you have completed these steps, save your join option details. eMPPay.com will now be configured for use as a biller in NATS.
The following section contains notes about the specific functionality of this biller:
Test Mode is a functionality of this biller that allows you to flag all future transactions as a test transaction. Transactions under Test Mode, however, will still be processed as real transactions.
- Note: If you turn on Test Mode on a live site, transactions processed by incoming potential members will also be flagged as a test transaction.
To turn on Test Mode, go to the Sites Admin. Edit the tour of the site which you would like to run test transactions (Test Mode is tour specific). There is a checkbox which will display in the 'Biller Details' section called "Test Mode: (optional)" under EMPNATIVE. When this box is checked, Test Mode will be activated.
You will be able to identify Test Mode transactions within NATS by a ":T" appended to the transaction ID. For example: