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Adyen provides a LINK cartridge to integrate with Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC). This cartridge enables a SFCC storefront to use the Adyen payment service.
This cartridge supports SFRA version 5.x.x & 6.x.x.
and SiteGenesis JS-Controllers version 103.1.11 and higher (no features in cartridges higher than v22.2.2)
This cartridge allows you to integrate with Adyen without the need for any development work from your end.
Online payments are processed on the back-end using the Checkout API, on the client side Adyens Web Components are used to render payment methods.
Point of Sale (POS) payments are processed using a cloud-based Terminal API.
It is required to have an Adyen account to use the cartridge. You can do this here.
Installation, Usage and Configuration is explained in Adyen's online documentation.
Apple Pay configuration for both Adyen certificate and Apple certificate using Salesforce cartridge can be found here.
End-to-End tests can be found in the
They are run automatically via Github Actions using the
To run the tests locally use the following command:
`npm run test:e2e`
Note: Please make sure to fill in the environment variables in the
fixtures directory before running the tests locally.
As for Unit tests, they are currently only available for SFRA. Test files can be found next to the files they are testing. Mocks are kept in the
To run SFRA unit tests locally use the following command:
`npm run test`
We provide three levels of support for major versions of the plugin as per SFCC B2C Support policy:
After Level 3 End-of-support date, there is no support or maintenance from Adyen on the cartridge, and it will be treated as a custom integration.
|Major version||Release date||Level 1 support until||Level 2 support until||Level 3 support until|
|V18||April 2018||30 September 2023||30 September 2023||30 September 2023|
|V19||July 2019||30 September 2023||30 September 2023||30 September 2023|
|V20||July 2020||31 December 2023||31 December 2023||31 December 2023|
|V21||August 2021||31 December 2023||31 December 2023||31 December 2023|
|V22||May 2022||30 November 2023||31 May 2024||30 November 2024|
|V23||February 2023||12 months after release||18 months after release||24 months after release|
|V24||soon in development||12 months after release||18 months after release||24 months after release|
:From this version onward, we do not provide any level of support for SiteGenesis integrations.
:From this version onward, all major releases will follow the V23 support schedule.
We strongly encourage you to join us in contributing to this repository so everyone can benefit from:
Read our contribution guidelines to find out how.
Read more information about the Adyen platform.
MIT license see LICENSE.