Using the Shop Integration check out options, your customer can checkout via your own landing page, web-shop or basically any way you want them to!

If you haven't already Set up Shop, go through that first:

To set up this integration, there are two main steps. The first one is done in the customer's iPaper account. The second one requires some development from the customer's side.

Step 1: Send basket content

Add a Shop Configuration checkout.

So now that you've set up the basics of your Shop Configuration, it's time to add Shop Integration, simply click Create new Shop configuration:

From here, there's 4 fields to take into account:

  1. Name of the checkout option: this has no effect on the Shop, it's simply for you to keep track of your different configurations.

  2. Export URL: This is where you want us to send the data to

  3. Export window target: Here you decide the behavior - should it open in the same window or a new one?

  4. Checkout button label: What should the Checkout button inside the Flipbook say? You decide!

Step 2: Receive basket content

Create a middleware site to act as export URL.

iPaper exports the data in an XML format. This data has to be picked up by a middleware site that will transform it into something that can be received and read by the end point.

The stages between the flipbook and the completion of the checkout will depend on the checkout option.

Unlike the other checkout options, this requires more development from the customer side, but because of this, it enables you to decide exactly what to do with it! 

This development is normally done by the customer's IT or web team. They can use the following flow to understand the set-up this integration requires - click the image to download as PDF:

Does your webshop require visitors to login?
Check out a possible solution below - click the image to download as PDF:

For the technical documentation of the data we send, read more here:

There are more options than to just send the basket content to a webshop. If you want to read about them, click in the links down below:

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