Adobe Commerce (Magento 2)


This product is currently in Beta phase.

Overview presents a cutting-edge payment plugin tailored for Adobe Commerce (Magento 2) platforms, consolidating multiple payment methods into one seamless solution.

Leveraging our Components solution, our plugin will elevate your e-commerce platform's efficiency, security, and user experience. With competitive fees, dedicated support, and hassle-free integration, we empower your business to thrive in today's competitive digital landscape.

Key Features

  • Unified payment methods: Including the following supported payment methods; card payments, Apple Pay, Google Pay and Pay by Bank. (The initial release will be compatible for just card payments, other payment methods available shortly after).
  • Quick integration utilising our Components solution.
  • Seamless journey with no redirects.
  • Simplified PCI DSS compliance, qualifying for SAQ-A.
  • 3DS built in.
  • Tokenise card details so customers can experience a faster checkout experience by saving their card details.

Supported Versions

The plugin is compatible with all of the latest versions of Adobe Commerce 2.4.4 and above. We are able to provide support if you are using the default Adobe Commerce Checkout or one-step checkout.

Setting up the extension

Follow these steps to set up your Adobe Commerce plugin.

Step 1: Set up your account

To begin, you'll first need access to our test environment in order to carry out the necessary configuration steps. Contact us and we will create your test account. Once we have created your account you will receive an activation email. Visit our test portal and login using your registered credentials.

Once you have accessed the Hub, you then need to obtain your API keys.

  1. Go to Settings > API Access.
  2. Locate your app_id, app_key and public_key values. (These will be required for the Adobe Commerce Configuration.)

Step 2: Install the plugin's Adobe Commerce/Magento 2 plugin is open-source and available through either Adobe marketplace or through github.

  1. Install the plugin:
composer require acquired/module-payment
  1. Enable the plugin:
bin/magento module:enable Acquired_Payment
  1. Execute the update scripts:
bin/magento setup:upgrade
  1. To flush cache storage:
bin/magento cache:flush

Step 3: Configure the plugin

The next stage involves all of the steps required to configure the Adobe Commerce plugin.

  1. Login to the Adobe Commerce Admin Panel.
  2. Navigate to Stores > Configuration.
  3. In the Configuration sections go to the Sales tab and select Payment Methods.
  4. In the Recommended Solutions section select


Use the following information to configure the required fields.

Integration ModeSelect the environment that you are configuring - Test or Production. (Ensure that you use the appropriate API keys relevant to the environment.) (Required)
App IDUnique ID assigned by to your application. (Required)
App KeySecret key used as part of the authentication process. (Required)
Public KeyPublic key that is exposed on the client side. (Required)
Company NameInput your Company Name (if required). This can be utilise for merchants who have multiple companies configured within their account. Refer to our documentation for further information on this process. (Optional)
MIDInput the relating MID (if required). Refer to our documentation for further information on this process. (Optional)
Enable Debug LoggingSet to enable if enhanced logging is required. (Optional)




Please note that during the initial phase, only card payments will be supported. We're excited to announce that Apple Pay and Google Pay functionalities will be introduced soon!

Use the following information to configure the required fields.

EnabledSet to 'Yes' to configure cards as a payment method.
Method TitleInput a name for the payment method, as it will appear in the checkout.
Payment ActionSelect the required payment action. This can be either Authorise & Capture or Authorise. Please see below for further information on this.
Save CardSet to 'Yes' if you want to save the customer card details within
3-D Secure EnabledSet to 'Yes' to indicate that transactions will be authenticated using EMV 3DS. We recommend enabling this.
Component StylingUtilise custom CSS values to customise the look and feel of your payment form. Please refer to our documentation for more information on this.

Further information: Authorise & Capture and Authorise

  1. Authorise & Capture (Auth & Capture):

Description: This payment process involves two steps: authorisation and capture. Authorisation verifies funds availability and places a hold on the specified amount, while capture completes the transaction, transferring funds from the customer to the merchant.

Usage: Auth & Capture is ideal for immediate payment processing, ensuring fund availability before completing the transaction, suitable for instant or shortly after payment delivery scenarios.

  1. Authorise:

Description: Authorisation is the initial payment step where the customer's payment method is verified, and funds are reserved without immediate transfer.

Usage: Authorisation is common for scenarios with delayed delivery, verifying payment method and fund availability before transaction completion, allowing capture at a later time when goods or services are ready for delivery.

Order Management

Transactions can be managed from within the Adobe Commerce Admin Panel or through the Hub. Managing orders through the Adobe Commerce platform gives you access to all of your transactions. However, for more comprehensive reporting and analytics, you can utilise the Hub.

Check out our guide on managing transactions within the Hub here.