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Create and Configure Payment Pages 2.0

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Create and Configure Payment Pages 2.0

You can create and configure Payment Pages 2.0 through Zuora UI for the following payment method types. The creation of Payment Pages 2.0 is not supported through APIs.

  • Credit Card
  • Credit Card Reference working with the Stripe v2 gateway (Limited Availability)
  • CyberSource Token for Credit Card Reference working with the CyberSource Tokenization gateway (Limited Availability)
  • Bank Transfer, including the following Bank Transfer types:
    • SEPA
    • ACH
    • UK Direct Debit
    • AU Direct Entry
    • New Zealand Direct Debit
    • Sweden Direct Debit (Autogiro)
    • Denmark Direct Debit (Betalingsservice)
    • Canadian Pre-Authorized Debit (PAD)

Create and configure Payment Pages 2.0

Before you create a Payment Page 2.0, ensure that you have understood the tenant-level settings available for configuration and security measures to implement.

For instructions on creating and configuring Payment Pages 2.0 for different payment method types, see the following articles:

Tenant-level settings for Payment Pages 2.0

You can configure the following tenant-level settings for your Payment Pages:

  • Tenant-level security settings, including the API public key, rate limiting, and Google Cloud account for the Google reCAPTCHA service.
  • Raw Gateway Info Configuration - With the Need to Return Raw Gateway Info setting enabled, the raw gateway information can be returned in Payment Pages 2.0 responses. For detailed information about fields returned in rawGatewayInfo for different gateways,  see Fields returned in rawGatewayInfo.
  • Validate Client-Side HPM Parameters - With this setting enabled, the client parameters in the requests for rendering or submitting Payment Pages 2.0 are validated by comparing with the values specified in the digital signature. see Security Measures for Payment Pages 2.0 for more information.
  • Allow Subdomain Callback for Hosted Pages - With this setting enabled, your hosted payment pages and callback pages can reside in the subdomain of the hosted domain that you specified when configuring the payment pages. See the following articles for more information.