Payment Module for CMS Drupal

Drupal is a free and open-source content management system. This solution can be used to create websites for different business fields, such as retail, e-commerce, tourism, online education, and media. Thus, the online payment function is crucial when turning such websites into full-fledged sales channels.

The retail software, an Interkassa addon adapted specifically for the features of this CMS, will help to set up the payment acceptance on your website.

Module options

By integrating through the plugin, you get access to all the Interkassa opportunities.

Multicurrency payments. You can accept payments in USD, EUR, UAH, and about 100 other currencies. This allows businesses to enter international markets and offer customers familiar currencies there. In addition to the fiat money, Interkassa offers cryptocurrencies. In this case, you are not tied to a country or region at all.

A variety of payment methods. You can connect bank card payment, Google Pay, Apple Pay. Meanwhile we cooperate not only with the international payment systems such as Visa and Mastercard, but also with the local ones, e.g., Brazilian Elo and Indian RuPay.

You can also add alternative methods to the payment page, i.e., local e-wallets, bank transfer payment or payment from the mobile account.

Support and maintenance. Technical support team will help you with the integration and will answer any questions you may have concerning any difficulties with the installment. Customer support managers are available 24/7 to advise you on any other issues related to the operation of the service.

How to install and configure the module 

1) Download the Interkassa module for Drupal CMS.

2) Upload the “uc_interkassa” folder into the website root: /modules/ubercart/payment/.

3) In the admin panel of the website go to the module settings (Commerce -> Configuration -> Payment gateways) and specify the following data:

  • title “Interkassa”;
  • identifier of the checkout (checkout ID) that you have created in your Interkassa personal account;
  • secret key;
  • test key.

4) Go to your Interkassa personal account and make the following configurations of the checkout:

  • specify “signature verification” in the payment request form;
  • specify “allow override in request” in the “Interface” section and add the URL from the payment system settings in the admin panel of the website;
  • enable the test payment system.

After activating the test payment system, make a test payment to ensure that everything is configured correctly.

If at the time of integration our moderation and compliance department has already checked your resource and activated the selected payment methods, you can start accepting payments from customers.

If you have followed the instructions but the test payment does not work correctly, please, contact the technical support team.