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Before you begin

All payment providers are integrated via the Deity Payment Orchestrator. Please read the generic payments integration information first.

Supported features

  • Payments
  • Refunds

Payment methods

( Description : code)

  • Credit card (with and without 3D secure) : scheme
  • PayPal : paypal
  • AfterPay : afterpaytouch (AUS and NZ only)
  • Klarna : klarna_account
  • Zip : zip

While these docs are updated frequently, make sure to also check for supported methods using dcloud payments:method:list:all to fetch all implemented methods.

Missing a method?

Need a method that Adyen supports adding to the list? Please contact us as it might be in our development pipeline.

Adyen Configuration

The easiest way to configure Adyen is by using dcloud CLI and the dcloud payments:provider:configure command. If you want to configure it manually, this can be achieved using this endpoint

"merchantAccount": "string",
"apiKey": "string", // Private
"clientKey": "string", // Private
"hmacKey": "string", // Private
"testMode": "boolean"

To get your client, HMAC & API keys you must have a Adyen account. Please ensure testMode is set to true when using test credentials.


You can get this from your Adyen account under Account -> Merchant Accounts


You can get this from your Adyen account under Developer -> API Credentials then select ws.


You can get this from your Adyen account under Developer -> API Credentials then select ws.


This is used for processing the webhooks from Adyen. DPSG uses this when payments are updated. Read below how to obtain it.

Allowed Origins

Adyen requires you to set allowed origins so the frontend components can be rendered. You can see these when managing the API keys.

You can get your HMAC key when configuring your webhook. To do this, log into your Adyen account and visit Developers -> Webhooks in the left hand navigation.

From their you can set up a Standard Notification webhook with the following configuration:


  • Server configuration: https://dpsg.{region}{organization}/{project}/{environment}/adyen (replacing {region}, {organization}, {project} and {environment} with your details). If your region is Europe it will be omitted and the base url will be (
  • Method: JSON
  • Encryption protocol: TLSv1.3
  • Events: select all


In "Security" section - generate a new HMAC key (make sure to store it in a safe place - you will need it for configuring the provider on DPSG).

Additional Settings

  • Make sure to select all "Additional Settings" (it will be helpful for future updates of DPSG)
  • Later navigate to Developers -> Additional data, make sure to enable Toggle all fields.
Test your webhook

You should be able to test this and get a 200 ok response from within the Adyen dashboard.