Go live

    This page is about production migration, pilot testing, and going live. The following graphic illustrates steps of a complete system development process.


    Figure 1. System development process

    Before proceeding to the production environment, you must complete the Sandbox integration and successfully pass the sandbox testing and acceptance process (if any).

    #Migrate from Sandbox to Production

    To migrate from sandbox to production, complete the following updates.

    #Modify the API URL path

    Remove the sandbox from the url path. Change the URL path of the create API from /ams/sandbox/api/v1/payments/create to /ams/api/v1/payments/create

    For example, the URL for the sandbox environment:


    The URL for the production environment:


    #Update the Client ID

    Use the Client ID for production environment. For information on how to obtain the Client ID, see Integration preparation.

    #Update Public key

    Use the public key that is used in production environment. For information on how to obtain the Client ID, see Integration preparation.

    #Update SFTP access

    You must contact Alipay Technical Support (overseas_support@service.alibaba.com) to obtain new SFTP account and white list your production server's IPs. The SFTP server hostname remains the same. 

    #Launch your application

    Go to Alipay Developer Center to launch your application.


    Figure 2. Launch the application


    Only after you sign the business contract with Alipay, you can launch an application.

    #Conduct pilot test

    After migrating to production, you (and your technical service provider, if any) need to join the User Acceptance Test (UAT). Alipay will lead UAT schedule and design test cases. When UAT is passed, a UAT report is generated and delivered to all participants.

    For more information about the production test case, see Test cases.

    #Go live

    Now you are all set and can open to pubic.

    #More information 

    Auto Debit Payment introduction

    Reports and reconciliation