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QloApps PayU Payment

QloApps PayU Payment is an add-on that integrates the PayU payment gateway to your hotel booking website.

Use this to give your customers the best payment experience.

Because integrating with PayU opens multiple options to receive payment from various channels.

The payment options include Cards( Debit/ Credit), Net Banking, and Wallets. EMI and UPI.

Apart from providing a seamless checkout experience, it is highly secure. Thus, it protects your customer’s data from potential attacks.

Ultimately, it will be fruitful for your brand name and image.

  • The payment gateway provides 24*7 support.
  • It has multiple payment options like cards, net banking, UPI, and wallets.
  • The transactions from it are faster and smoother.
  • It is secure and reliable.
  • This module will work in live and test mode.
  • Easy to install and configure by admin from the backend.
  • Admin can check the customers who make payments from the PayU payment gateway at the ‘Orders’ tab.
  • A new tab called ‘PayU Transactions’ is added at the backend. Click on it to view all transactions from the PayU payment gateway.

NOTE- It supports INR currencies only.

The installation of any module is very simple in QloApps.

  • Go to the “Module and Services” tab.
  • Click on “Add New Module”.
PayU Payment Gateway Configuration

Now upload the Zip file of the module and click on install.

PayU Payment Gateway Installation

Now you have installed the module. So let’s check how to configure it.

After clicking on the configure button, you will redirect to the configuration page.

On this page, you will have the option to use the module in Sandbox mode or Live mode.

Sandbox mode tests the system whereas Live mode performs actual transactions.

Moreover, obtain Merchant Key and Merchant Salt from the PayU account and enter them in the space provided for the configuration of the module.

Configuration of PayU Payment Gateway.

Go to the PayU website and create your account by clicking on ‘Sign Up’ or you may ‘Log In’ if your account is already created on the website.

PayU Payment Home Page

As our account is already created, so we are logging in.

Enter your email address and click on Next.

PayU Payment Gateway Account

Enter your password and click on ‘Login’.

PayU Payment Gateway Login

Afterward, you will be redirected to a new page. On the left-hand side, click on ‘Payment Gateway’.

PayU PaymentGate way

On the Payment Gateway page, you will find a button ‘Generate Merchant Key”. Click on the same to generate keys.

 PayU Payment Gateway.

Henceforth, the ‘Merchant key‘ and ‘Merchant salt‘ are generated. Copy and paste them onto the module configuration page.

PayU PaymentGateway

On the front end, the user will find the option to pay with the Pay by PayU payment gateway at the checkout page.

Checkout page of QloApps

After clicking on the ‘Pay by PayU payment method’, you will get redirects to a new page.

On that page, you will have to enter payment details and click on the ‘Pay Now” button to process the payment.

PauUBiz

After the successful processing of payment via PayU Payment Gateway, you can view your order status.

PayU  Order Status

At the back end, go to the ‘Orders’ tab and click on ‘Orders’. Here you can check the customer who has made a payment through the PayU payment gateway.

FilterBy PayU

Moreover, you can also see the details of the customer and the reservation he made.

PayU QloApps

Admin can view a new tab called ‘PayU transactions’.

PayU Payment DashBoard

Click on it to view all the transactions from the PayU Payment Gateway

PayU Payment Transaction

Click on ‘View’ to check its details.

PayU Payment Transaction

This was all from the QloApps PayU Payment Gateway. I hope I was able to clarify the functioning of the module to you.

If you want to learn about the functionality of QloApps then you can visit this link: QLO Reservation System – Free Open-Source Hotel Booking & Reservation System

In case of any query, issue, or requirement please feel free to raise it on QloApps Forum

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