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Moving existing CC clients to eWay Token Payments


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It's pretty straight forward:


You should first enable & configure the eWay Tokens module, then disable the regular eWay module ensuring to select the option to assign clients to the Token module: http://docs.whmcs.com/Payment_Gateways#Deactivating_Gateway_Modules


Now your clients can login and pay their next invoice manually to save their card details on eWay's servers and in future payments will be attempted automatically.

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This really isnt a suitible migration - Getting large numbers of customers to submit their card information 'out of the blue' is simply going to cause grief. There needs to be a migration of the data.


Also, you do not explain how the existing card data gets removed from the WHMCS database? What triggers this removal?

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If this is anything like the SagePay Token module a migration of data without the client manually paying isn't going to be possible.


I know with SagePay the user need to enter their CV2 number when creating the token, this only happend when they manually pay, I brought this up in beta of 5.1 which added the SagePay token support as the customer needs the ability to enter the CV2 during card update for a new token to be generated. This is still not possible in 5.1.2 though Matt did advise they were working on a solution for this so the user can enter the CV2 when using a token gateway.

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