Adyen integration

This page contains information about the different ways you can accept payments with Adyen in your Front-Commerce application.

Magento2 module

DEVELOPER PREVIEW This feature is currently in developer preview since Front-Commerce 2.1.0. It is planned to be production ready in the next 2.2.0 release. Some APIs may evolve by then.
Note This integration is aimed at being transparent for administrators and developers. That is why we haven’t duplicated documentation from existing Magento resources. Please contact us if you need further assistance.

Front-Commerce is compatible with Adyen’s official Magento module PWA storefront integration in its native version.

This integration is slightly different from traditional Magento2 headless payments in that sense that it contains a “companion component” in Front-Commerce. The component allows to display and Authorize payments from the checkout page, using Adyen’s Web Drop-in integration on the front-end. No redirection to other payment platform is involved unless its absolutely necessary, the Customer remains on the Front-Commerce store.

Here is how to set this payment method up.

Install and configure the Adyen_Payment Magento2 extension

Follow Adyen’s documentation to install and configure the official Magento2 extension for Adyen payments.

IMPORTANT please note that enabling or disabling payments in Magento’s admin area has no effect on payment methods visible on the storefront. This is a feature from the module: every active payment methods in Adyen will be available. You either have to filter them in the frontend or from your Adyen account.

Register the Adyen for Magento2 payment module in Front-Commerce

In your Front-Commerce application:

// .front-commerce.js
   modules: [],
   serverModules: [
     { name: "FrontCommerceCore", path: "server/modules/front-commerce-core" },
-    { name: "Magento2", path: "server/modules/magento2" }
+    { name: "Magento2", path: "server/modules/magento2" },
+    { name: "Magento2Adyen", path: "server/modules/payment-magento2-adyen" },

Define the FRONT_COMMERCE_ADYEN_TMP_ORIGIN_KEY environment variable

As a temporary way to configure the Web Drop-in, you must configure the Origin key for your domain using the FRONT_COMMERCE_ADYEN_TMP_ORIGIN_KEY variable in your .env file. See Adyen’s documentation page explaining how to get your client key.

NOTE This is a temporary variable that might not be needed anymore in 2.2.0… so don’t overengineer its definition!

Register your Adyen payment component

  1. Override the file that lets you register additional payments forms in Front-Commerce

    mkdir -p my-module/web/theme/modules/Checkout/Payment/AdditionalPaymentInformation/
    cp -u node_modules/front-commerce/src/web/theme/modules/Checkout/Payment/AdditionalPaymentInformation/getAdditionalDataComponent.js my-module/web/theme/modules/Checkout/Payment/AdditionalPaymentInformation/getAdditionalDataComponent.js
  2. Register Adyen

    +import Magento2AdyenCheckout from "./Magento2AdyenCheckout";
    const ComponentMap = {
    +  adyen_cc: Magento2AdyenCheckout,
    +  adyen_hpp: Magento2AdyenCheckout,
NOTE this is a temporary way to setup this checkout component. It will definitely change in the next version, when Front-Commerce will support new extension points for Payments.

Update your CSPs

To allow loading stripe related remote resources:

// my-module/config/website.js
  contentSecurityPolicy: {
    directives: {
      scriptSrc: [],
-      frameSrc: [],
+      frameSrc: ["*"],
      styleSrc: [],
-      imgSrc: [],
+      imgSrc: ["*"],
-      connectSrc: [],
+      connectSrc: ["*"],
      baseUri: []

That’s it!

You can now configure the Magento extension to use a Test mode and test the integration

Please keep in mind that Adyen payment methods depends on the Customer country, the Cart amount and the Store currency. Different contexts could display different payment methods in the checkout.
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