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Please note that this documentation is for the most recent version of this extension. It may not be relevant for older versions. Related documentation can be found in the documentation directory of the extension.

Configuring Stripe Checkout


Stripe Checkout requires the Pro version of the shop extension!


In order to use Stripe Checkout you need the following:

  • an active Stripe account
  • a composer-based installation of TYPO3

Stripe API access credentials

  1. On the Stripe login page, switch to the Developer -> API key area (https://dashboard.stripe.com/developers)
  2. Create new API credentials
  3. A public and a secret key will be displayed
  4. These keys must be stored in TYPO3 using TypoScript constants
  5. Create an endpoint secret to be able to listen to stripe events (https://dashboard.stripe.com/webhooks/create) (see chapter "Events" for more information)
  6. Save the endpoint secret in the singlePaymentIntentSucceededEndpointSecretTypoScript constant


Payment Intent Succeeded Event

You need to configure an event listener for the payment_intent.succeeded event so that your Stripe checkout knows when a payment has arrived via Stripe. The setup is done in 2 steps.

  1. setup of the webhook page
  2. configuration of the webhook in the Stripe dashboard

Setup of the webhook page

The stripe callback should call the stripeCallbackAction in the BackendOrderController. For the simplicity of the setup a short url can be configured

    type: Extbase
      - {uid of the page with the basket order plugin}
    extension: Shop
    plugin: BasketOrder
      - routePath: '/stripe-callback'
        _controller: 'BasketOrder::stripeCallback'

Configuration of the webhook in the Stripe dashboard

  1. Go to the https://dashboard.stripe.com/webhooks page and click Add Endpoint.
  2. Enter the URL of the page that was set up in step "Setup of the webhook page".
  3. Select "Select Events" and select payment_intent.succeeded.
  4. click "Add Endpoint".
  5. click on the newly created webhook entry and copy the endpoint secret for signature.
  6. paste the key into the singlePaymentIntentSucceededEndpointSecretTypoScript constant

Stripe Webhook Creation

To test the webhook in a local development environment, the Stripe cli tool can be used. You can find more information here: https://stripe.com/docs/webhooks/quickstart#download

Add additional actions after a successful payment

If you need actions to be carried out after successful payment, use the StripePaid event listener.

  1. Create a new slot:
    namespace YourVendor\YourExtension\EventListener;
    use CodingMs\ShopPro\Event\BasketOrder\StripePaidEvent;
    class DoSomeThingEventListener
        public function __invoke(StripePaidEvent $event): void
            /* Do something */
  2. Then register the event listener in Configuration/Services.yaml:
                - name: event.listener
                  identifier: 'myListener'
                  event: CodingMs\ShopPro\Event\BasketOrder\StripePaidEvent


See: https://stripe.com/docs/testing

Test credit card

In order to simulate/test the card payment flow from end user perspective use the following card details:

Credit card number: 4242 4242 4242 4242 CVV: 123 Exp: 12/25 (Or any other valid date in the future)

Error handling and messages

The Stripe checkout uses the FlashMessage.push() JavaScript method for pushing messages. For this service you need to define a div container as wrapper for the messages, for example <div id="shop-flash-messages"></div>.

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