Stripe is a Splynx add-on used to synchronize customers, invoices and payments with the Stripe payment gateway - https://stripe.com
WARNING! Stripe works only via HTTPS connection; domain + SSL need to be set and configured.
The add-on can be installed in two methods, via the CLI or the Web UI of your Splynx server.
To install the Stripe add-on via CLI, the following commands can be used:
apt-get update apt-get install splynx-stripe
To install it via the Web UI:
Config → Integrations → Add-ons:
Locate or search for the "splynx-stripe" add-on and click on the install icon in the Actions column, you will be presented with a window to confirm or cancel the installation. Click on
Confirm to begin the installation process:
After the installation process has completed, you have to configure the parameters in Config → Modules List:
Locate or search for the "splynx_stripe_add-on" and click on the Edit icon in the Actions column:
You have to Set your Splynx URL, Public Key and Secret Key:
Since Splynx v4.1, we support Australian bank accounts for Stripe, such as BECS Direct Debit.
For this, under the Common settings section for Stripe in Modules list, choose BECS Direct Debit (only for AU) as an available payment type:
Customers have to add a credit card in the Customer portal:
Once the configuration is completed, customers can pay for their invoices using the stripe.com system in Finance / Invoices:
If everything went well, you will see the status of the invoice marked as "Paid" (in the customer and admin portal):
Additionally, you can charge all customers using one button. Navigate to Finance → Invoices, set the period and click on
Charge as depicted below: