Barclaycard ePDQ is one of the easiest payment gateways to integrate into a website, but the merchant panel is a little overwhelming at first and, without trawling through the developer guides and error logs generated by failed test payments, it can take some time to figure out what needs setting and where. This quick set-up guide aims to get you going a little quicker.
These are the steps you need to take to get your ePDQ account ready and set-up with the Egg Basket eCommerce framework, but the same steps should apply for just about any integration.
That's it, your ePDQ account is all set up and Egg Basket has everything it needs to know. You should always place a test order before going live though, just to be sure there were no errors.
QWeb is a partner of Barclaycard, so if you need any further assistance or you're interested in signing up for a merchant account, we'd be happy to help.
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