Refer to this checklist for a seamless transition as you prepare to go live with your integration.

The connector configurations set up in the sandbox need to be replicated on the Hyperswitch production account.

Signing of Hyperswitch services agreement

  • Ensure that the Hyperswitch services agreement is signed and shared with the Hyperswitch team. In case you need any help, please drop an email to

The Hyperswitch team will share your production Hyperswitch credentials once the above process is completed.

Connector Configurations

  • Configure all the required connectors using production credentials on the Hyperswitch production dashboard and enable the required payment methods.
  • Ensure that the payment methods are enabled on the connector (payment processor) dashboard.
  • Enable raw card processing for each connector. Some connectors offer this as a dashboard toggle feature. Some processors might need you to share a PCI Attestation of Compliance over email to enable this. Drop an email to if you need any support with PCI AOC.

Secure your api-keys

  • Make sure your secret key (api-key) is not exposed on the front-end (website/mobile app).
  • Ensure that your workflow avoids the duplication or storage of your API keys in multiple locations.

Set up Webhooks

  • Configure your webhook endpoint on our dashboard to receive notifications for different events.
  • Update Hyperswitch’s webhook endpoints on your connector’s Dashboard. Refer here for detailed instructions.
  • Update the connector secret key in our dashboard for us to authenticate webhooks sent by your connector.

Secure your Payments

  • Make sure you decrypt and verify the signed payload sent along with the payment status in your return URL.
  • Always verify the payment amount and payment status before fulfilling your customer’s shopping cart/service request.

Error Handling

  • Make sure your API integration is set up to handle all the possible error scenarios (refer this link).
  • Ensure your Unified Checkout (SDK) integration is set up to handle all the possible error scenarios (refer this link).
  • Ensure that your integration can handle the entire payments lifecycle and test various scenarios using actual payment details.

Customize and sanity check the payment experience

  • Ensure the pay button is properly highlighted to the customer.
  • Ensure a blended look and feel of the payment experience using the styling APIs of Unified Checkout.