• 19 Jun 2024
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Article summary

What is WooCommerce?

WooCommerce is an eCommerce plugin for WordPress that allows users to turn their websites into online selling platforms. It is a flexible and easy-to-use solution that provides tools to manage products, process payments, and customize the look and feel of online stores.

What is OrkestaPay for WooCommerce?

Orkesta Payments Orchestration for WooCommerce is a plugin that allows you to effortlessly manage and optimize multiple payment gateways, ensuring smooth transactions for your customers.

Key features:

  • Multiple Gateway Integration

  • Dynamic Routing

  • Failover Protection

  • Smart Retry Logic

  • Payments Analytics Dashboard

  • Fraud Prevention

  • Customizable user interface

  • Automatic Currency Conversion

Business Requirements

To integrate the OrkestaPay plugin, you need to follow the steps below:

1 - Register an account

It is necessary to have a trading account with OrkestaPay to carry out the integration.

2 - Copy Integration Credentials

Once you've registered your account, head to the Developers section found as an option in the side menu. 

You need to copy and save the credentials displayed on the screen, later you will have to enter them in the plugin's configuration screen.

Technical Requirements

It is necessary that the server where your WooCommerce store is hosted has the following features:

  • PHP 7.4 or higher

  • MySQL 5.7 or higher, MariaDB 10.3 or higher

  • Apache or Nginx with mod_rewrite module enabled

  • PHP cURL extension installed

  • HTTPS support

  • WordPress 5.9 or higher

  • WooCommerce 6.0.0 or higher


  1. In the WordPress admin panel, head to the Plugins section > Add New.

  2. Enter the word "orkesta" in the plugin search engine, which will display the "OrkestaPay for WooCommerce" plugin.

  3. Proceed to install and activate the plugin.


  1. In the WordPress admin panel, go to the Plugins > Installed Plugins section, locate the "OrkestaPay for WooCommerce" plugin and click on "Settings".

  2. To enable the plugin, the following fields must be captured for its correct operation:

    • Merchant ID

    • Client ID

    • Client Secret

    • Device Key

    • Webhook Signing Secret

Once the data has been captured, click on the "Save changes" button, once this is done, a notification will be displayed indicating that the configuration has been made successfully and that the settings have been saved.

NOTE: With test mode enabled, you'll be able to perform purchase flows with test cards to confirm that the behavior is correct.

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