It is recommended to first install Elavon module in a test Magento® environment that is a copy of your live store. After you have verified the module works correctly in your test store, you can safely install the module in your live website.


  • PHP 5.6+, PHP 7.0.2, PHP 7.0.4, PHP 7.0.6+
  • Magento Community Edition 2.0.7+ - 2.1.x
  • Magento Enterprise Edition 2.0.7+ - 2.1.x


This section describes installation instructions for Elavon module. It consists of 2 prefered options component manager and composer. We do recommend to consult with our team if you require any technical assistance with installation.

Install Component Manager

Here are steps required to install Elavon Payment extension via Component Manager.

  1. From your Magento® Admin access System -> Web Setup Wizard page.
  2. Enter Marketplace authentication keys. Please read about authentication keys generation.
  3. Navigate to Component Manager page.
  4. On the Component Manager page click “Sync” button to update your new purchased extensions.
  5. Click Install in the Action column for Elavon Payment component.
  6. Follow Web Setup Wizard instructions.

Install via Composer

In case you received a ZIP archive with Elavon Payment module for Magento 2 this section will show you how to install module via Composer package manager. Make sure you use right package name which usually looks like, where 1.0.0 is a module version. Please note that module version might be different.

  1. Place package into the Magento 2 root directory. Usually absolute path of Magento 2 root directory is /var/www/magento/. Please consult with your hosting administrator.
  2. Open composer.json file located in Magento 2 root directory and add new repository and require directives as follow:

“repositories”: [
        “type”: “artifact”,
        “url”: “./”
“require”: [
    “pronko/module-elavon”: “1.0.0”

From the command line execute the following command:

$ composer update

Verify successful module installation by running module status command from magento console tool:

$ bin/magento module:status

Result of this command should show Pronko_Elavon module in the “List of disabled modules”. Enable the module by running module enable command:

$ bin/magento module:enable Pronko_Elavon

Once finished, module should be installed in Magento 2. Run setup upgrade command:

$ bin/magento setup:upgrade

For production environment the following command are required to be executed:

$ bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy
$ bin/magento setup:di:compile

Congratulations, you have successfully installed Elavon module in your Magento 2 online store!