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Subscriptions are not supported with FoxyCart's integration with Mollie at this time. If you intend to sell subscriptions with your FoxyCart store, you will need to make use of another payment gateway.

Setting Up Mollie for FoxyCart

To connect your Mollie account to your Foxy store, you will just need to access the API key for your chosen website profile. This value can be copied from the “Developers” > “API keys” section of the Mollie administration. If you haven't created a website profile yet, those can be created from the “Settings” > “Website profiles” section.

You can enable Mollie for your Foxy store from the “gateways” section of the Foxy administration, enabling the “Accept payments using your Mollie account” option on that page. If you are on test payment servers (set by the “which servers do you want to use?” option at the top of the gateways page of the Foxy admin), you will use the “Test API key” value from Mollie. If you're on live payment servers, you will use the “Live API key”.

The Live API key will only be available after your Mollie account is activated and the website profile is verified. Contact Mollie support for any assistance with doing that.


Obtaining a Test Account

You can create an Account to setup a testing account.

Test Card Numbers

For test account all necessary data will be filled.

Troubleshooting & Interpreting Response Codes

Contact Mollie for info. Know more? Feel free to edit this page with info.

Important Notes and Caveats

Possible Action: Datafeed Handling

At the time of the customer completing the transaction - we don't necessarily know whether the transaction was completed yet or not. We instead rely on a notification from the gateway after the checkout has been completed to confirm whether the transaction was approved or not. To handle this, transactions are initially marked as pending, and when we get a confirmation from the gateway on the result of the transaction, we update it accordingly. Each time the status changes, a datafeed will be sent to your endpoint if configured with the transaction details and the status node will be present.

The status node can contain one of three different values: pending, approved or rejected. Depending on the types of actions you're needing to perform at your datafeed endpoint, you need to make sure the appropriate status value is present first.

User Notes and Experiences

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