ePDQ Back Office User Guide
How to use the ePDQ back office for day-to-day activities, including how to search for transactions and issue refunds.
ePDQ e-Terminal user guide
How to process mail and telephone card-not-present transactions using the MOTO e-terminal.
ePDQ User Manager User Guide
Find out how to set up new users on your account and assign specific profiles to give each user the access rights they need.
Quick start guide for setting up your payment page
This Quick Start guide complements the basic and advanced integration guide and we would suggest you read this first to give the basic requirements and framework along with sample code for integrating the ePDQ hosted payment page and utilising our dynamic template option to make our payment page look and feel like your website.
ePDQ Basic Integration Guide
Explains the integration of the ePDQ hosted payment page (HPP) at its most basic level to get you started. This guide is a great way to gain an understanding of the fundamental principles and requirements for integrating the ePDQ HPP, containing information on back office configurations, typical payment page redirections, common transaction statuses and the parameters you should include in an ePDQ HPP integration.
ePDQ Advanced Integration Guide
This complements the basic integration guide with information on how to integrate and control more advanced elements, such as the look and feel of the payment page with and without dynamic templates. You’ll also read about optional hidden fields, to tailor the payment experience and how to create post-sale and redirect URLs to allow you to manage your end of order processes and functions.
Direct Link QSG
This guide explains the integration of the API at its most basic level to get you started. This guide is a great way to gain an understanding of the fundamental principles and requirements for integrating our API, containing information on back office configurations, making a transaction request, example XML responses as well as a sample PHP cURL script.
ePDQ Direct Link Guide
Direct Link is the direct post API method of communicating with the ePDQ platform to accept card payments and/or querying the statuses of placed orders. The guide will discuss everything from the format of the API request and the parameters you need to include in the request to the XML parsing of the response back from the API and the most common transactions statuses and error codes.
ePDQ Direct Link with 3D Secure
Complements the Direct Link guide and explains how you can implement 3-D Secure with your Direct Link request. It details the extra request parameters required to call the 3-D Secure process and the additional parameters that are returned in the XML along with detailing the transaction flow. You should refer to the Advanced Integration Guide when integrating 3-D Secure as this process involves using the ePDQ hosted payment page to notify and redirect the cardholder back to your website.
ePDQ PayPal integration guide
This Guide explains the integration of PayPal onto the ePDQ payment page. It involves how to complete the PayPal configuration, ePDQ configuration and the complete merchant integration to make the most of this additional Payment type
ePDQ Fraud Detection Module (FDM)
In this guide you’ll find out how to configure your standard fraud settings for risk management and fraud detection. This guide covers the blocking rules that can be implemented, including ‘associated card’ rules and BIN and IP blacklists and how these can be managed in the back office.
ePDQ_Fraud Detection Module Checking (FDMC) User Guide
In addition to the risk management and fraud detection setting with the FDB (see above), the advanced fraud detection module offers a real-time service that provides all the necessary analysis information and offers fully customised safeguards for handling dubious transactions. The guide will show you how to configure the module based on the risks or past fraud issues that have been encountered by your business.
ePDQ One Page Checkout (Alias Gateway) User Guide
One page checkout allows you host your own payment page on your own domain without your server seeing or handling the card information. This guide takes you through the process of integrating Alias Gateway and how to handle the various fields and responses.
ePDQ Push Reports
With push reports you can tailor transaction reports and have them sent to you by email or HTTP post automatically. In this guide you’ll read how to set-up, edit, resend and delete push reports.
ePDQ Scheduled Payments User Guide
Scheduled payments allow cardholders to pay for an e-commerce or MOTO purchase in several instalments, instead of one single payment. This guide explains how to set-up schedules using either the HPP or via API.
ePDQ Subscription Manager User Guide
Subscription Manager allows you to create and store recurring payments in advance, based on a date interval over a set number of occurrences. A typical merchant using subscription manager will offer subscriptions to a product or service, e.g. a monthly magazine, for which a customer pays the same amount every month until they cancel. This guide will show you how to create, edit and delete a subscription.
ePDQ Tokenisation Alias Manager
With Alias manager you can create a unique identifier for a customer and their card, a ‘token’, which can be used to request future payments and quicken the checkout process for repeat customers. This guide will take you through token creation and management across the different ePDQ integrations.