Magento 1

Integration with Magento 1 plugin

Download plugin

Click here to download the Magnius Magento 1 plugin.

How to install

The recommended way to install this plugin is to merge the code directory with the Magento 1 code tree. This means copying each file and directory to its corresponding location in the Magento 1 codebase. Using a tool such as `modman` is not recommended, as the latest version of Magento 1 does not allow symlinks by default.

A possible set of commands on a Unix-system is:

rsync -a path/to/magento/app/ path/to/plugin/app/
rsync -a path/to/magento/js/ path/to/plugin/js/

Beware of the trailing slashes, and try to make a backup of the store before this operation in case something goes wrong (this is the extent of the plugin system of Magento 1).

If you clear the cache in the Magento 1 Admin page, by going to System->Cache management->Flush Magento Cache, the plugin should appear as a new button in the top bar.

Usage

By clicking on the button in the top bar, you go to the plugin settings in the global settings menu. There are a few details here that need to be filled in. The API key and payment profile ID are provided to you by Magnius. Fill these in for the live settings and the development settings and enable or disable live operations and the plugin itself. A description is also necessary.

The following section details which payment methods the user wants to operate.

The Magnius supplied payment methods are now added to the store.

Upgrading/Solving some issues

To upgrade the plugin, remove all files associated with the old plugin and add the files from the new version. A cache cleanup next is recommended, so go to the Magento admin panel, then System->Cache Management->Flush Magento Cache, Cache Storage, Catalog Images Cache, Swatch Images Cache, and Javascript/CSS Cache.