|Important: On November 12, 2019, Intuit will be deprecating (discontinuing) the Legacy QBMS Payments API (also known as the v0 Payments API). If you are currently using our Legacy API, your payment processing will stop on 11/12, unless you have moved your shopping cart to our new SDK experience. |
Learn how to create an AppID, AppLogin, and a connection ticket that your shopping cart provider will be asking for when setting up your Web store.
Here are some shopping cart providers that are compatible with our payments services. You may visit their website for more information.
Check out quickbooks.intuit.com/payments/ecommerce and scroll down to Compatible e-commerce stores to view our popular e-commerce partners. For technical assistance in creating or configuring an eCommerce API, visit Intuit Developer Group.
|Before you start
|Important: Make sure to log out of the Merchant Account website after you generated the connection ticket, as the connection tickets won’t become active until you hit “Log out” on the page where they are generated. This often causes confusion when you're still logged in to the “create a connection ticket” website and is attempting to process your shopping cart. The connection ticket won’t be active yet and the payment will get an error.|