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An environment allows you to separate your payment information into distinct groups. Note that all environments in paid Spreedly accounts have the capability to make production transactions - there are no test-only environments.
Environments are distinct and should be used to isolate separate payment functions. You cannot use a payment method stored in environment “A” in a purchase against a gateway from environment “B,” for example.
- Adding a new environment
- Manage an existing environment
- Delete an environment
- Best practices for environment configuration
Adding a new environment
You can add as many environments as you like to your Spreedly account.
To create a new environment, visit https://id.spreedly.com and click on the "Environments" tab. Below your existing environments, click on "New Environment":
Clicking on "New Environment" directs you to a new page where you can name your new environment, and choose the type of payment data it will handle (don't worry - you can always change this later). If you aren't sure which type is right for you, check out the documentation linked in the description:
Clicking "Create Environment" will complete the process.
Manage an existing environment
You are able to make changes to any of your environments. From the Environments tab on https://id.spreedly.com , find the environment you want to manage and select "Configure":
From here, you can edit your environment name, change the way it can accept payment information, view access secrets and create a new signing secret for your environment:
Delete an environment
At this time, environments cannot be deleted, either by you or by Spreedly. We recommend that users wishing to abandon an environment redact all associated payment methods, gateways, and receivers, and rename the environment to denote it's no longer being used.
Best practices for environment configuration
Customers generally set up their Spreedly account in one of two ways:
- One production environment with multiple gateways