After you’ve done the integration, of course it’s important to test it, to make sure everything works properly. You can do guest checkouts with fake credit card informations or login with one of our fake customers to do the checkout and see helloPay from the customer point of view. Besides doing a checkout as a logged in customer, you can also test the whole customer service area with these fake accounts.
1. Name: Dummy Customer phone: +65 31234567 email: [email protected] password: A1234567 2. Name: Second Dummy phone: +65 31615243 email: [email protected] password: Abc12345 3. Name: Paul Test phone: +65 31234123 email: [email protected] password: Paul1234 4. Name: James Sandbox phone: +65 31211121 email: [email protected] password: James123 5. Name: Tim Premium phone: +65 31357975 email: [email protected] password: Tim12345
1. Name: Test Philippines phone: +63456789101 email: [email protected] password: Abc12345 2. Name: Kyla Santos phone: +63451234567 email: [email protected] password: Abc12345 3. Name: Dummy Philippines phone: +63461231234 email: [email protected] password: Abc12345
If there are any troubles during the testingphase, the integration doesn't work properly or you have some question about the integration and helloPay, please write us an email: [email protected]
If you’re ready to go live, you just change the values of the code you placed in the beginning of every php file in which you use the helloPay php library(Installation):
Change the ShopConfig to the one in your Merchant Account of the production website (www.hellopay.com.sg for Singapore) ->Account Settings -> API Key.
Also the ‘apiUrl’ needs to be changed from ‘https://sandbox.hellopay.com.sg’ to ‘https://www.hellopay.com.sg’ (.com.sg is just for Singapore, please use the right ending for the country you’re signed in).
Keep in mind, that this value has to be ‘true’ to go live, if you’re having problems to connect to helloPay when this value is ‘true’, you need to get a SSL Certificate for your shop.