Update Session From Wallet

This operation retrieves the payer's payment details associated with a wallet interaction.

For the MasterPass wallet, provide the oauthToken, oauthVerifier and checkoutUrl returned by the MasterPass callback to retrieve the payer's payment details associated with the MasterPass interaction.The payment details collected at MasterPass Online will be stored against the payment session identified in the request.

For the Visa Checkout wallet, provide the callId returned by the Visa Checkout Lightbox to retrieve the payer's payment details associated with the Visa Checkout interaction.

The retrieved payment details are stored against the payment session identified in the request.

POST https://na.gateway.mastercard.com/api/rest/version/70 / merchant / {merchantId} / session / {sessionId}

Authentication Copied to clipboard

This operation requires authentication via one of the following methods:


  • Certificate authentication.
  • Basic HTTP authentication as described at w3.org. Provide 'merchant.<your gateway merchant ID>' in the userid portion and your Reporting API password in the password portion.

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{merchantId} Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric + additional characters REQUIRED

The unique identifier issued to you by your payment provider.


Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z, '-', '_'

Min length: 1 Max length: 40
{sessionId} Copied to clipboard ASCII Text REQUIRED

The identifier for the payment session as returned by the Create Session operation.The interaction details (including the return, redirect and cancel URLs) and the payment details collected at the wallet provider, following a successful interaction, will be stored against this session.


Data consists of ASCII characters

Min length: 31 Max length: 35

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apiOperation Copied to clipboard String = UPDATE_SESSION_FROM_WALLET FIXED

Any sequence of zero or more unicode characters.

correlationId Copied to clipboard String

A transient identifier for the request, that can be used to match the response to the request.

The value provided is not validated, does not persist in the gateway, and is returned as provided in the response to the request.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
order Copied to clipboard REQUIRED

Details of the order.

order.amount Copied to clipboard Decimal

The total amount for the order.  This is the net amount plus any merchant charge amounts.If you provide any sub-total amounts, then the sum of these amounts (order.itemAmount, order.taxAmount, order.shippingAndHandlingAmount, order.cashbackAmount, order.gratuityAmount, order.merchantCharge.amount and order.dutyAmount), minus the order.discountAmount must equal the net amount.

The value of this field in the response is zero if payer funds are not transferred.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 14
order.currency Copied to clipboard Upper case alphabetic text

The currency of the order expressed as an ISO 4217 alpha code, e.g. USD.

This is only required for Express Checkout.

Data must consist of the characters A-Z

Min length: 3 Max length: 3
order.walletProvider Copied to clipboard Enumeration REQUIRED

Details about the source of the payment details used for digital payment methods.

Provide this value when you process payments for:

  • • Device payment methods such as Apple Pay, Android Pay, Samsung Pay, or Google Pay.
  • • Digital wallets such as Masterpass, Visa Checkout or Amex Express Checkout.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

AMEX_EXPRESS_CHECKOUT

Amex Express Checkout wallet provider.

APPLE_PAY

Apple Pay mobile wallet provider.

CHASE_PAY

Chase Pay wallet provider.

GOOGLE_PAY

Google Pay mobile wallet provider.

MASTERPASS_ONLINE

MasterPass Online wallet provider.

SAMSUNG_PAY

Samsung Pay mobile wallet provider.

VISA_CHECKOUT

Visa Checkout wallet provider.

session.version Copied to clipboard ASCII Text

Use this field to implement optimistic locking of the session content.

Do this if you make business decisions based on data from the session and wish to ensure that the same data is being used for the request operation.

To use optimistic locking, record session.version when you make your decisions, and then pass that value in session.version when you submit your request operation to the gateway.

If session.version provided by you does not match that stored against the session, the gateway will reject the operation with error.cause=INVALID_REQUEST.

See Making Business Decisions Based on Session Content.

Data consists of ASCII characters

Min length: 10 Max length: 10
wallet.amexExpressCheckout Copied to clipboard

Provide the details for the Amex Express Checkout Wallet.

wallet.amexExpressCheckout.authCode Copied to clipboard String

An Amex Express Checkout authorization code.

You need this to get the customer details from Amex Express Checkout.Get this value from the Amex Express Checkout Success callback, after the Amex Express Checkout interaction is completed.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
wallet.amexExpressCheckout.selectedCardType Copied to clipboard String

The type of card the payer selects for the payment.

Get this value from the Amex Express Checkout Success callback, after the Amex Express Checkout interaction is completed..

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 10
wallet.amexExpressCheckout.transactionId Copied to clipboard String

A unique identifier provided for end to end tracking of an Amex Express Checkout interaction.

Get this value from the Amex Express Checkout Success callback, after the Amex Express Checkout interaction is completed.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 36
wallet.amexExpressCheckout.walletId Copied to clipboard String

The identifier of the wallet from which the payer selects their card.

Get this value from the Amex Express Checkout Success callback, after the Amex Express Checkout interaction is completed.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 2
wallet.masterpass Copied to clipboard

Provide the details for the MasterPass Wallet.

wallet.masterpass.checkoutUrl Copied to clipboard Url

The MasterPass URL the gateway will use to retrieve the cardholder's payment details into the session.

Ensure that the URL begins with 'https' and is longer than 11 characters.

wallet.masterpass.oauthToken Copied to clipboard String

Provide the value of the field oauthToken as returned by the MasterPass lightbox.

The gateway will use this, to retrieve the payer's payment details for the respective interaction from MasterPass and store them against the payment session (identified in field session.id). Mandatory for the MASTERPASS_ONLINE Wallet Provider.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 255
wallet.masterpass.oauthVerifier Copied to clipboard String

Provide the value of the field oauthVerifier as returned by the MasterPass lightbox.

The gateway will use this, to retrieve the payer's payment details for the respective interaction from MasterPass and store them against the payment session (identified in field session.id). Mandatory for the MASTERPASS_ONLINE Wallet Provider.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 255
wallet.masterpassExpressCheckout Copied to clipboard

Parameters used to obtain wallet details from MasterPass for an Express Checkout interaction.

The wallet details are added to the session.

wallet.masterpassExpressCheckout.longAccessToken Copied to clipboard String

A wallet token provided by the gateway for Masterpass paired accounts.

Provide this token to obtain pre-checkout data from the payer's wallet for future interactions.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 255
wallet.masterpassExpressCheckout.masterpassCardId Copied to clipboard String

The MasterPass identifier for the card.

Provide this value to MasterPass in the cardId parameter when you initiate a 'Connected Checkout' or 'Express Checkout' MasterPass interaction for this wallet.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 255
wallet.masterpassExpressCheckout.masterpassShippingId Copied to clipboard String

The MasterPass identifier for the shipping address.

Provide this value to MasterPass in the shippingId parameter when you initiate a 'Connected Checkout' or 'Express Checkout' MasterPass interaction for this wallet.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 255
wallet.masterpassExpressCheckout.originUrl Copied to clipboard Url

The URL of the page that will initialize the MasterPass lightbox.

Ensure that the URL begins with 'https' and is longer than 11 characters.

wallet.masterpassExpressCheckout.precheckoutTransactionId Copied to clipboard String

A MasterPass transaction identifier.

Provide this value to MasterPass when you initiate a 'Connected Checkout' or 'Express Checkout' MasterPass interaction for this wallet.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
wallet.masterpassExpressCheckout.secondaryOriginUrl Copied to clipboard Url

The URL of the outer or parent page that will initialize the MasterPass lightbox.

Provide this field only when the Lightbox will be invoked from a frame that's on a merchant site, and when that frame has a different domain than the merchant site.

Ensure that the URL begins with 'https' and is longer than 11 characters.

wallet.visaCheckout Copied to clipboard

Provide the details for the VisaCheckout Wallet.

wallet.visaCheckout.callId Copied to clipboard String

Provide the value of the field callId as returned by the Visa Checkout lightbox.

The gateway will use this, to retrieve the payer's payment details for the respective interaction from Visa Checkout and store them against the payment session (identified in field session.id). Mandatory for the VISA_CHECKOUT Wallet Provider.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 48

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accountFunding Copied to clipboard

Additional details for account funding transactions (order.purchaseType=ACCOUNT_FUNDING).

Account funding transactions are transactions that pull money from the sender's card account for the purpose of funding another account, the recipient's account. Depending on the type of account funding transaction you may be required to provide some or all the details in this parameter group.

accountFunding.purpose Copied to clipboard Enumeration

Defines the purpose of the account funding payment.If not provided the value is defaulted to OTHER.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

CRYPTOCURRENCY_PURCHASE

The funds from this account funding transaction will exclusively be used to purchase cryptocurrency.

MERCHANT_SETTLEMENT

The funds from this account funding transaction will be used to settle the proceeds of processing card transactions.

OTHER

The funds from this account funding transaction will be used for any other purpose, e.g. transferring funds from a person to a person or transferring funds into a staged wallet.This is the default value.

PAYROLL

The funds from this account funding transaction will be used to pay salaries.

accountFunding.recipient Copied to clipboard

Details about the recipient who will subsequently receive the funds that you are debiting from the sender in this transaction.

accountFunding.recipient.country Copied to clipboard Upper case alphabetic text

The 3 letter ISO standard alpha country code of the recipient.

Data must consist of the characters A-Z

Min length: 3 Max length: 3
accountFunding.recipient.dateOfBirth Copied to clipboard Date

The date of birth of the recipient in yyyy-mm-dd format.

Data must comply with ISO 8601 extended date format, yyyy-mm-dd

accountFunding.recipient.firstName Copied to clipboard String

First name of the recipient.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
accountFunding.recipient.lastName Copied to clipboard String

Last name of the recipient.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
accountFunding.recipient.middleName Copied to clipboard String

Middle name of the recipient.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
accountFunding.recipient.postCodeZip Copied to clipboard String

The post code or zip code of the recipient.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 10
accountFunding.recipient.stateProvinceCode Copied to clipboard String

The state or province code of the recipient.

The value must match the second part of the ISO 3166-2 code. For an address in the United States provide the 2-letter ISO 3166-2 state code. For US military bases provide one of AE, AA, AP. For an address in Canada provide the 2-letter ISO 3166-2 province code.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 3
accountFunding.senderIsRecipient Copied to clipboard Boolean

Defines if the sender and recipient of the account funding payment are the same or not.

If not provided the value is defaulted to FALSE.

JSON boolean values 'true' or 'false'.

accountFunding.senderType Copied to clipboard Enumeration

Defines if the sender is a person, a commercial organization, a non-profit organization or a government

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

COMMERCIAL_ORGANIZATION

The sender is a commercial organization. Examples include account to account transfers initiated by a commercial organization for the purpose of transferring funds to one of their accounts, business to business payments, and disbursements for insurance claims, payroll, investment dividends, merchant rebates.

GOVERNMENT

The sender is a government or government agency. Examples include government agencies paying salaries, pensions, social benefits or tax credits.

NON_PROFIT_ORGANIZATION

The sender is a non-profit organization. Examples include non-profit organizations delivering emergency aid payments.

PERSON

The sender is a person. Examples include account to account transfers initiated by a person to their own account or a different person's account and adding funds to a staged wallet.

agreement Copied to clipboard

A commercial agreement you have with the payer that allows you to store and use their payment details for later payments.

For example, an agreement to a series of recurring payments (a mobile phone subscription), an agreement to take payment for a purchase by a series of installments (hire purchase), an agreement to make additional payments when required (account top up), or to fulfil a standard industry practice (no show penalty charge).

Do not provide this parameter group if you are storing the payment details for subsequent payer-initiated payments only.

See Credential on File, Cardholder, and Merchant Initiated Transactions for details.

agreement.amountVariability Copied to clipboard Enumeration

Indicates if all the payments within the agreement use the same amount or if the amount differs between the payments.

The field must be provided for recurring payment agreements.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

FIXED

All payments in the recurring payment agreement have the same amount. Examples include magazine subscriptions or gym memberships.

VARIABLE

The amount for the payments within the recurring payment agreement differs between payments. Examples include usage-based charges like utility or phone bills.

agreement.expiryDate Copied to clipboard Date

Date at which your agreement with the payer to process payments expires.

Data must comply with ISO 8601 extended date format, yyyy-mm-dd

agreement.id Copied to clipboard String

Your identifier for the agreement you have with the payer to process payments.

When you collect cards from your payers and store them for later use, you must provide an agreement ID when you use the stored values for:

  • Recurring payments: you have an agreement with the payer that authorizes you to automatically debit their account at agreed intervals for fixed or variable amounts. For example, gym membership, phone bills, or magazine subscriptions.
  • Installment payments: you have an agreement with the payer that authorizes you to process multiple payments over an agreed period of time for a single purchase. For example, the payer purchases an item for $1000 and pays for it in four monthly installments.
  • Unscheduled: you have an agreement with the payer that authorizes you to process future payments when required. For example, the payer authorizes you to process an account top-up transaction for a transit card when the account balance drops below a certain threshold.
  • Industry Practice: you have an agreement with the payer that authorizes you to initiate additional transactions to fulfil a standard business practice related to an original payment initiated by the payer. For example, a delayed charge for use of the hotel mini bar after the payer has checked out or a no show penalty charge when the payer fails to show for a booking.
When you first establish an agreement with the payer you should also specify the type of agreement in agreement.type.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
agreement.maximumAmountPerPayment Copied to clipboard Decimal

The maximum amount for a single payment in the series as agreed with the payer under your agreement with them.

The amount must be provided in the currency of the order.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 14
agreement.minimumDaysBetweenPayments Copied to clipboard Integer

The minimum number of days between payments agreed with the payer under your agreement with them.

JSON number data type, restricted to being positive or zero. In addition, the represented number may have no fractional part.

Min value: 1 Max value: 9999
agreement.numberOfPayments Copied to clipboard Integer

The number of merchant-initiated payments within the recurring payment agreement.

JSON number data type, restricted to being positive or zero. In addition, the represented number may have no fractional part.

Min value: 1 Max value: 999
agreement.paymentFrequency Copied to clipboard Enumeration

The frequency of the payments within the series as agreed with the payer under your agreement with them.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

AD_HOC

The agreement if for payments on an ah-hoc basis.

DAILY

The agreement if for a daily payment.

FORTNIGHTLY

The agreement if for a fortnightly payment.

MONTHLY

The agreement if for a monthly payment.

OTHER

The agreement is for payments according to a schedule other than the ones listed in the other enumeration values for this field.

QUARTERLY

The agreement if for a quarterly payment.

TWICE_YEARLY

The agreement if for a payment twice a year.

WEEKLY

The agreement if for a weekly payment.

YEARLY

The agreement if for a yearly payment.

agreement.retailer Copied to clipboard

For an installment agreement where the payer purchased goods and/or services from a retailer but entered an installment agreement to pay for this purchase with you, you must provide details about the retailer.

agreement.retailer.abbreviatedTradingName Copied to clipboard String

Provide an abbreviation of the retailer's trading name that can be used by the issuer to indicate the retailer on the payer's statement.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 10
agreement.retailer.merchantCategoryCode Copied to clipboard String

A 4-digit code used to classify the retailer's business by the type of goods or services it offers.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 4
agreement.retailer.tradingName Copied to clipboard String

The retailer's trading name.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
agreement.type Copied to clipboard Enumeration

The type of commercial agreement that the payer has with you.

Specify the agreement type when you have provided a value for agreement.id and this payment is the first in a series of payments. The default value is OTHER.

The gateway will use the value you specify for subsequent payments in the series.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

INDUSTRY_PRACTICE

An agreement where the payer authorizes you to initiate additional transactions to fulfil a standard business practice related to an original payment initiated by the payer. These additional payments are triggered by an event not known at the time of the payer's initial agreement. For example, a delayed charge for use of the hotel mini bar after the payer has checked out or a no show charge when the payer fails to show for a booking.

INSTALLMENT

An agreement where the payer authorizes the payment for a single purchase to be split into a number of payments processed at agreed intervals. For example, pay for a purchase in six monthly installments.

OTHER

An agreement where you want to link related payments for any purpose other than processing recurring, installment, or unscheduled payments. For example, split tender payments.

RECURRING

An agreement where the payer authorizes you to process repeat payments for bills or invoices at agreed intervals (for example, weekly, monthly). The amount might be fixed or variable.

UNSCHEDULED

An agreement where the payer authorizes you to automatically deduct funds for a payment for an agreed purchase when required (unscheduled). For example, auto top-ups when the account value falls below a threshold.

airline Copied to clipboard

Airline industry specific data.

airline.bookingReference Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

The record locator used to access a specific Passenger Name Record (PNR).

PNR is a record in the database of a booking system that contains the itinerary for a passenger, or a group of passengers traveling together.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 6 Max length: 15
airline.documentType Copied to clipboard Enumeration

The type of charge associated with the transaction.

Document Type Code

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

ADDITIONAL_COLLECTION

Additional Collection

AGENCY_EXCHANGE_ORDER

Agency Exchange Order

AGENCY_GROUP_TICKET

Agency Group Ticket

AGENCY_MISCELLANEOUS_CHARGE_ORDER

Agency Misc. Charge Order (MCO)

AGENCY_PASSENGER_TICKET

Agency Passenger Ticket

AGENCY_TOUR_ORDER_OR_VOUCHER

Agency Tour Order/Voucher

AIR_FREIGHT

SPD/Air Freight

ANIMAL_TRANSPORTATION_CHARGE

Animal Transportation Charge

CATALOGUE_MERCHANDISE_ORDERED

Catalogue Merchandise Ordered

CLUB_MEMBERSHIP_FEE

Club Membership Fee

COUPON_BOOK

Coupon Book

CREDIT_CLASS_SERVICE_ADJUSTMENT

Credit Class of Service Adjustment

CREDIT_DENIED_BOARDING

Credit Denied Boarding

CREDIT_EXCHANGE_REFUND

Credit Exchange Refund

CREDIT_LOST_TICKET_REFUND

Credit Lost Ticket Refund

CREDIT_MISCELLANEOUS_REFUND

Credit Misc. Refund

CREDIT_MULTIPLE_UNUSED_TICKETS

Credit Multiple Unused Tickets

CREDIT_OVERCHARGE_ADJUSTMENT

Credit Overcharge Adjustment

CREDIT_UNUSED_TRANSPORTATION

Credit Unused Transportation

DEBT_ADJUSTMENT_DUPLICATE_REFUND_OR_USE

Debt Adjustment Duplicate Refund/Use

DUTY_FREE_SALE

Duty Free Sale

EXCESS_BAGGAGE

Excess Baggage

EXCHANGE_ADJUSTMENT

Exchange Adjustment

EXCHANGE_ORDER

Exchange Order

FIREARMS_CASE

Firearms Case

FREQUENT_FLYER_FEE_OR_PURCHASE

Frequent Flyer Fee/Purchase

FREQUENT_FLYER_FULFILLMENT

Frequent Flyer Fulfillment

FREQUENT_FLYER_OVERNIGHT_DELIVERY_CHARGE

Frequent Flyer Overnight Delivery Charge

GROUP_TICKET

Group Ticket

IN_FLIGHT_ADJUSTMENT

In-flight Adjustment

IN_FLIGHT_CHARGES

In-flight Charges

IN_FLIGHT_DUTY_FREE_PURCHASE

In-flight Duty Free Purchase

IN_FLIGHT_MERCHANDISE_ORDERED

In-flight Merchandise Ordered

IN_FLIGHT_PHONE_CHARGES

In-flight Phone Charges

KENNEL_CHARGE

Kennel Charge

LOST_TICKET_APPLICATION

Lost Ticket Application

MISCELLANEOUS_CHARGE_ORDER_OR_PREPAID_TICKET_ADVICE

Misc. Charge Order (MCO) / Prepaid Ticket Auth.

MISCELLANEOUS_TAXES_FEES

Miscellaneous Tax(es) Fee(s)

PASSENGER_TICKET

Passenger Ticket

SELF_SERVICE_TICKETS

Self-Service Ticket(s)

SENIOR_CITIZEN_DISCOUNT_BOOKLETS

Senior Citizen Discount Booklets

SMALL_PACKAGE_DELIVERY

Small Package Delivery

SPECIAL_SERVICE_TICKET

Special Service Ticket

SUPPORTED_REFUND

Supported Refund

TICKET_BY_MAIL

Ticket by Mail

TOUR_DEPOSIT

Tour Deposit

TOUR_ORDER_VOUCHER

Tour Order Voucher

UNDERCHARGE_ADJUSTMENT

Undercharge Adjustment

UNSUPPORTED_REFUND

Unsupported Refund

UPGRADE_CHARGE

Upgrade Charge

VENDOR_REFUND_CREDIT

Vendor Refund Credit

VENDOR_SALE

Vendor Sale

airline.itinerary Copied to clipboard

Itinerary details

airline.itinerary.leg[n] Copied to clipboard

Travel leg details.

airline.itinerary.leg[n].carrierCode Copied to clipboard Regex

The 2-character IATA airline code or 3 digit accounting code or both of the airline carrier for the trip leg.

Data must match regex

regex \w{2}|\d{3}|\w{2}/\d{3} message Carrier code must be 2 characters, 3 digits or a combination of both in the format: ZZ/999
airline.itinerary.leg[n].conjunctionTicketNumber Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

The ticket containing the coupon for this leg for an itinerary with more than four trip legs.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 11 Max length: 16
airline.itinerary.leg[n].couponNumber Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

The coupon number on the ticket for the trip leg.

Each trip leg requires a separate coupon. The coupon within the series is identified by the coupon number.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 1
airline.itinerary.leg[n].departureAirport Copied to clipboard Upper case alphabetic text

The 3 character IATA airport code of the departure airport for the trip leg.

Data must consist of the characters A-Z

Min length: 3 Max length: 3
airline.itinerary.leg[n].departureDate Copied to clipboard Date

Date of departure for the trip leg.

Data must comply with ISO 8601 extended date format, yyyy-mm-dd

airline.itinerary.leg[n].departureTax Copied to clipboard Decimal

Tax payable on departure for the trip leg.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 14
airline.itinerary.leg[n].departureTime Copied to clipboard Time

Departure time in local time for the departure airport for this trip leg.

Data must comply with ISO 8601 extended time formats, hh:mm[:ss]Z or hh:mm[:ss](+/-)hh[:mm]

airline.itinerary.leg[n].destinationAirport Copied to clipboard Upper case alphabetic text

The 3 character IATA airport code for the destination airport for the trip leg.

Data must consist of the characters A-Z

Min length: 3 Max length: 3
airline.itinerary.leg[n].destinationArrivalDate Copied to clipboard Date

Arrival date in local time for the destination airport for this trip leg.

Data must comply with ISO 8601 extended date format, yyyy-mm-dd

airline.itinerary.leg[n].destinationArrivalTime Copied to clipboard Time

Arrival time in local time for the destination airport for this trip leg.

Data must comply with ISO 8601 extended time formats, hh:mm[:ss]Z or hh:mm[:ss](+/-)hh[:mm]

airline.itinerary.leg[n].endorsementsRestrictions Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

Restrictions (e.g. non-refundable) or endorsements applicable to the trip leg.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 20
airline.itinerary.leg[n].exchangeTicketNumber Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

New ticket number issued when a ticket is exchanged for the trip leg.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 11 Max length: 16
airline.itinerary.leg[n].fare Copied to clipboard Decimal

Total fare payable for the trip leg.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 14
airline.itinerary.leg[n].fareBasis Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

Code defining the rules forming the basis of the fare (type of fare, class entitlement, etc.)

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 24
airline.itinerary.leg[n].fees Copied to clipboard Decimal

Total fees payable for the trip leg.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 14
airline.itinerary.leg[n].flightNumber Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

The flight number for the trip leg.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 4 Max length: 6
airline.itinerary.leg[n].stopoverPermitted Copied to clipboard Boolean

Indicates if a stopover is permitted for the trip leg.

JSON boolean values 'true' or 'false'.

airline.itinerary.leg[n].taxes Copied to clipboard Decimal

Total taxes payable for the trip leg.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 14
airline.itinerary.leg[n].travelClass Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

The industry code indicating the class of service (e.g. Business, Coach) for the leg.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 3
airline.itinerary.numberInParty Copied to clipboard Digits

Number of passengers associated with this booking.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9.

Min length: 1 Max length: 3
airline.itinerary.originCountry Copied to clipboard Upper case alphabetic text

The 3 character ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 country code of the country of origin for the itinerary.

Data must consist of the characters A-Z

Min length: 3 Max length: 3
airline.passenger[n] Copied to clipboard

Passenger details

airline.passenger[n].firstName Copied to clipboard String

First name of the passenger to whom the ticket is being issued.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
airline.passenger[n].frequentFlyerNumber Copied to clipboard String

Frequent Flyer or Loyalty Program number for this passenger.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 20
airline.passenger[n].lastName Copied to clipboard String

Last name of the passenger to whom the ticket is being issued.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 20
airline.passenger[n].middleName Copied to clipboard String

Middle name of the passenger to whom the ticket is being issued.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
airline.passenger[n].specificInformation Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

Passenger specific information recorded on the ticket.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 59
airline.passenger[n].title Copied to clipboard String

Title of the passenger to whom the ticket is being issued.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 20
airline.planNumber Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

Plan number supplied by the airline for this booking.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 2 Max length: 2
airline.ticket Copied to clipboard

Ticket details

airline.ticket.conjunctionTicketIndicator Copied to clipboard Boolean

Indicates if a conjunction ticket with additional coupons was issued.

Conjunction ticket refers to two or more tickets concurrently issued to a passenger and which together constitute a single contract of carriage.

JSON boolean values 'true' or 'false'.

airline.ticket.eTicket Copied to clipboard Boolean

Indicates if an electronic ticket was issued.

JSON boolean values 'true' or 'false'.

airline.ticket.exchangedTicketNumber Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

The original ticket number when this is a transaction for an exchanged ticket.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 11 Max length: 16
airline.ticket.issue Copied to clipboard

Ticket issue information.

airline.ticket.issue.address Copied to clipboard String

The address where the ticket was issued.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 16
airline.ticket.issue.carrierCode Copied to clipboard Regex

The 2-character IATA airline code or 3 digit accounting code or both of the airline carrier issuing the ticket.

Data must match regex

regex \w{2}|\d{3}|\w{2}/\d{3} message Carrier code must be 2 characters, 3 digits or a combination of both in the format: ZZ/999
airline.ticket.issue.carrierName Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

Name of airline carrier issuing the ticket.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 25
airline.ticket.issue.city Copied to clipboard String

The city/town where the ticket was issued.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
airline.ticket.issue.country Copied to clipboard Upper case alphabetic text

The 3 character ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 country code of the country where the ticket was issued.

Data must consist of the characters A-Z

Min length: 3 Max length: 3
airline.ticket.issue.date Copied to clipboard Date

The date the ticket was issued.

Data must comply with ISO 8601 extended date format, yyyy-mm-dd

airline.ticket.issue.travelAgentCode Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

Industry code of the travel agent issuing the ticket.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 8 Max length: 9
airline.ticket.issue.travelAgentName Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

Name of the travel agent issuing the ticket.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 30
airline.ticket.restricted Copied to clipboard Boolean

Indicates if the issued ticket is refundable.

JSON boolean values 'true' or 'false'.

airline.ticket.taxOrFee[n] Copied to clipboard

Breakdown of the ticket taxes, airport taxes, charges and fees for an airline ticket purchase.The total of the amounts in this group should equal the sum of the airline.ticket.totalFees and airline.ticket.totalTaxes fields.

airline.ticket.taxOrFee[n].amount Copied to clipboard Decimal

The tax, charge or fee amount payable.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 14
airline.ticket.taxOrFee[n].type Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

The tax, charge or fee type code as assigned by IATA.

For example, the IATA tax/ charge/ fee type for Passenger Movement Charge (PMC) in Australia is TT1.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 3 Max length: 3
airline.ticket.ticketNumber Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

The airline ticket number associated with the transaction.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 11 Max length: 16
airline.ticket.totalFare Copied to clipboard Decimal

Total fare for all trip legs on the ticket.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 14
airline.ticket.totalFees Copied to clipboard Decimal

Total fee for all trip legs on the ticket.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 14
airline.ticket.totalTaxes Copied to clipboard Decimal

Total taxes for all trip legs on the ticket.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 14
airline.transactionType Copied to clipboard Enumeration

The type of transaction performed against this airline booking.

Transaction Type

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

EXCHANGE_TICKET

Exchange Ticket

MISCELLANEOUS_CHARGE

Miscellaneous Charge

REFUND

Refund

REVERSAL

Reversal

TICKET_PURCHASE

Ticket Purchase

TOUR_ORDER

Tour Order

authentication Copied to clipboard

Information about how the payer's identity is verified.

For example, using 3-D Secure authentication.

This parameter group include payer authentication options available to you, parameters you need to perform payer authentication for an available method, and the results of payer authentication.

authentication.3ds Copied to clipboard

Information about payer authentication using 3-D Secure authentication.

Only provide these fields if you authenticated the payer using a different 3-D Secure service provider. If you authenticated the payer using the gateway, then provide authentication.transactionId instead.

Parameters in this group apply to both 3-D Secure authentication version 1 and 3-D Secure Authentication version 2.

Depending on the 3-D Secure authentication version applicable you will also need additional parameters:

- 3-D Secure authentication version 1: see the authentication.3ds1 parameter group.
- 3-D Secure authentication version 2: see the authentication.3ds2 parameter group.

authentication.3ds.acsEci Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

Indicates the security level of the transaction.

This is the Electronic Commerce Indicator (ECI) value provided by the issuer's Access Control Server (ACS) to indicate the results of the attempt to authenticate the payer.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 2
authentication.3ds.authenticationToken Copied to clipboard Base64

The base64 encoded value generated by the issuer.

The authentication token Included in subsequent transaction request messages and used by the card scheme to verify that the authentication occurred and the values provided are valid. The token should be used unaltered. For 3DS version 1, this field corresponds to the Cardholder Authentication Verification Value (CAVV) for Visa, the Accountholder Authentication Value (AAV) for MasterCard and JCB, or the American Express Verification Value (AEVV) for American Express.

For 3DS version 2, this field corresponds to the Authentication Value.

Data is Base64 encoded

allowable lengths 28 or 32
authentication.3ds.transactionId Copied to clipboard String

A unique identifier for the 3-D Secure authentication transaction.

For 3DS version 1, this field corresponds to the XID. The XID is an identifier generated by the gateway on behalf of the merchant.

For 3DS version 2, this field corresponds to the identifier assigned by the scheme directory server.


This identifier should be used in subsequent operation requests unaltered.

An XID submitted in this field must be in base64 format.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
authentication.3ds1 Copied to clipboard

Information about payer authentication using 3-D Secure authentication version 1.

Only provide these fields if you authenticated the payer using a different 3-D Secure service provider. If you authenticated the payer using the gateway, then provide authentication.transactionId instead.

authentication.3ds1.paResStatus Copied to clipboard Alpha

Indicates the result of payer authentication with the issuer.

This is the value returned in the transaction status field of the Payer Authentication Response (PARes) message from the card Issuer's Access Control Server (ACS). For example, Y, N, A, or U. Refer to the relevant documentation for Mastercard SecureCode™, Verified by Visa™, JCB J/Secure™, American Express SafeKey™, or Diners Club ProtectBuy™.

Data may consist of the characters a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 1
authentication.3ds1.veResEnrolled Copied to clipboard Alpha

Indicates whether or not payer authentication is available for the card number you provided.

This is for experts only - most users should use the response.gatewayRecommendation field.

This is the value returned in the 'enrolled' field of the Verify Enrollment Response (VERes) message from the card scheme's Directory Server. For example, Y, N, or U. Refer to the relevant documentation for Mastercard SecureCode™, Verified by Visa™, JCB J/Secure™, American Express SafeKey™, or Diners Club ProtectBuy™.

Data may consist of the characters a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 1
authentication.3ds2 Copied to clipboard

Information about payer authentication using 3-D Secure authentication version 2.

authentication.3ds2.custom Copied to clipboard JSON Text

Additional information returned by the scheme or issuer in the authentication response that must be included (together with the standard authentication details) when submitting the transaction for processing by the acquirer.

Data is valid Json Format

Min length: 1 Max length: 4000
authentication.3ds2.protocolVersion Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric + additional characters

The version of the EMV 3-D Secure protocol used to perform 3-D Secure authentication, in the format specified by EMVCo.

For example, 2.1.0

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z, '.'

Min length: 1 Max length: 20
authentication.3ds2.sdk Copied to clipboard

Information provided by the 3-D Secure Software Development Kit (SDK) that is used by an app on the payer's device to enable 3-D Secure authentication of the payer to be performed in-app.

You must populate the fields in this parameter group when you authenticate the payer in-app using 3-D Secure authentication version 2.

authentication.3ds2.sdk.appId Copied to clipboard String

A unique identifier for the app on the payer's device.

The 3-D Secure SDK generates this identifier each time the app is installed or updated.

This field corresponds to EMVCo field sdkAppID

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 36 Max length: 36
authentication.3ds2.sdk.encryptedData Copied to clipboard String

Information about the payer's device collected and encrypted by the 3-D Secure SDK.

The data is a JSON Web Encryption (JWE) object in JSON format. When using the REST/JSON gateway API, express this as a JSON string (i.e. the embedded quotes will be escaped).

This field corresponds to EMVCo field sdkEncData

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 0 Max length: 64000
authentication.3ds2.sdk.ephemeralPublicKey Copied to clipboard JSON Text

A public key generated by the 3-D Secure SDK.

This key is used to establish a secure session between the 3DS SDK and the issuer's Access Control Server (ACS) when the payer is required to be presented with an authentication challenge.

The key is a JSON Web Key (JWK) object in JSON format. When using the REST/JSON gateway API, express this as a JSON string (i.e the embedded quotes will be escaped).

This field corresponds to EMVCo field sdkEphemPubKey

Data is valid Json Format

Min length: 0 Max length: 256
authentication.3ds2.sdk.interface Copied to clipboard Enumeration

The User Interface (UI) formats that the payer's device supports.

These are the formats that can be used to render the screens presented to the payer during an authentication challenge.

You only need to provide this value if you only support one of these formats.

This field corresponds to EMVCo data element sdkInterface in the field deviceRenderOptions.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

HTML

The device supports HTML format.

NATIVE

The device supports the UI format native to the payer's device.

authentication.3ds2.sdk.referenceNumber Copied to clipboard String

An identifier of the vendor and version of the 3-D Secure SDK assigned by EMVCo.

This field corresponds to EMVCo field sdkReferenceNumber

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 32
authentication.3ds2.sdk.timeout Copied to clipboard Integer

The duration (in seconds) available to the payer to authenticate.

Will default to 900 if not provided. Note: The value will be rounded up to the nearest minute.

This field corresponds to EMVCo field sdkMaxTimeout

JSON number data type, restricted to being positive or zero. In addition, the represented number may have no fractional part.

Min value: 300 Max value: 900
authentication.3ds2.sdk.transactionId Copied to clipboard String

A unique identifier assigned by the 3-D Secure SDK for the transaction.

This field corresponds to EMVCo field sdkTransID

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 36 Max length: 36
authentication.3ds2.sdk.uiType Copied to clipboard Comma separated enumeration

Indicates the UI types which the SDK supports for displaying authentication challenges within the app.

A comma separated list of the payer authentication methods that you will accept for this payment.

You only need to provide this value if all of these values are not supported.

Note: OTHER_HTML is only supported when authentication.3ds2.sdk.interface allows a HTML UI format.

This field corresponds to EMVCo data element sdkUiType in the field deviceRenderOptions.

Value must be one or more comma separated members of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

TEXT

The payer is asked to enter text into a field displayed on the UI. For example, ask the payer to enter a One Time Password sent to their registered mobile phone number.

SINGLE_SELECT

The payer is asked to select a single option from a number of presented options. For example, ask the payer if they want a One Time Password to be sent to either their email address or mobile phone number registered with their issuer.

MULTI_SELECT

The payer is asked to select multiple options from a number of presented options. For example, ask the payer to select valid responses to a question.

OUT_OF_BAND

The payer is presented with screens rendered by an out-of-band service during an authentication challenge, For example, the payer is asked to confirm the payment from their banking app.

OTHER_HTML

The payer is presented with an authentication challenge using other mechanisms supported in HTML but not in the native UI format. For example, the payer is asked to confirm an image presented on the screen.

authentication.3ds2.statusReasonCode Copied to clipboard String

A code indicating the reason for the transaction status returned in authentication.3ds2.transactionStatus.

Refer to the EMVCo specification for 3-D Secure.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 2 Max length: 2
authentication.3ds2.transactionStatus Copied to clipboard Alpha

Indicates the result of payer authentication with the issuer.

This is the value returned in the transaction status field from the issuer's Access Control Server (ACS). For example, Y, N, U, A, R

Refer to the EMVCo specification for 3-D Secure.

Data may consist of the characters a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 1
authentication.acceptVersions Copied to clipboard Comma Separated Enumeration

A comma separated list of the payer authentication methods that you will accept for this payment.

You only need to provide a value if you want to restrict the authentication methods you will accept.

If you do not specify a value, then the gateway treats it as if you will accept all available authentication methods.

If you accept both 3DS2 and 3DS1, then the gateway will use 3-D Secure version 2 if supported by the issuer and fallback to use 3-D Secure version 1 if it is not.

Value must be one or more comma separated members of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

3DS1

3-D Secure Version 1

3DS2

3-D Secure Version 2

authentication.amount Copied to clipboard Decimal

The amount for which the payer authentication has been performed.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 14
authentication.challengePreference Copied to clipboard Enumeration

Indicates if you want the payer to be presented with an authentication challenge for this transaction.

You can use this to support local mandates or your risk tolerance. For example, you may prefer that a challenge is always performed when you store card details on file.

If you do not provide a value, the gateway will use NO_PREFERENCE. If there is no payer present (for example, recurring payments), then the gateway will ignore this field and use NO_CHALLENGE.

Note: 'challenge' means requiring the payer to take action to identify themselves, for example, entering a password.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

CHALLENGE_MANDATED

You require that the payer is presented with a challenge.

CHALLENGE_PREFERRED

You prefer that the payer is presented with a challenge.

NO_CHALLENGE

You prefer that the payer is not presented with a challenge.

NO_PREFERENCE

You do not have a preference. The issuer may present the payer with a challenge.

REQUEST_TRUSTED_MERCHANT_LISTING

You want the issuer to present the payer with a challenge and invite the payer to add you to the list of trusted merchant for this card. If the payer agrees, the response will contain authentication.psd2.trustedMerchantStatus=ON_LIST. This will allow you to request a trusted merchant exemption the next time you authenticate the payer for a payment with this card.

authentication.channel Copied to clipboard Enumeration

Indicates the channel in which the authentication request is being initiated.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

MERCHANT_REQUESTED

The merchant is requesting authentication of a cardholder without the payer being available for interaction (for example. as part of processing of a recurring payment).

PAYER_APP

Payer is interacting via an application on their device which uses an EMVCo-certified SDK.

PAYER_BROWSER

Payer is interacting via web browser (for example, with the merchant's ecommerce web-site).

authentication.goodsDescription Copied to clipboard String

Description of the goods being purchased.

If supported, this description will be displayed on the authentication UI presented to the payer.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 0 Max length: 30
authentication.psd2 Copied to clipboard

This parameter group is only applicable if you are subject to the Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) requirements for Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) under the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) regulations in the European Economic Area.

It provides details about SCA exemptions under PSD2.

authentication.psd2.exemption Copied to clipboard Enumeration

Indicates why this payment qualifies for exemption from Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) under the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2).

Note:

  • For recurring payments provide the RECURRING_PAYMENT value only if the amount is the same. If the amount varies, provide MERCHANT_INITIATED_TRANSACTION instead.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

AUTO

If either a LOW_RISK or LOW_VALUE_PAYMENT or TRUSTED_MERCHANT exemption applies to the transaction, it is automatically claimed by the gateway on behalf of the merchant.

LOW_RISK

Exemption is claimed because the acquirer has a low fraud rate.

LOW_VALUE_PAYMENT

Exemption is claimed as the amount is below 30 Euro.

MERCHANT_INITIATED_TRANSACTION

The transaction is excluded as it was initiated by the merchant based on an agreement with the payer. For example, a recurring payment (for a varied or fixed amount), installment payment, or account top-up. In these cases, the payer is not present and cannot participate in an authentication interaction. Merchant initiated transactions are only applicable to subsequent transactions on the order and are out of scope of the PSD2 RTS on Strong Customer Authentication (SCA). The payer must be authenticated during the first transaction that established the agreement.

NONE

An exemption is not claimed for this transaction. The merchant requires Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) be performed.

RECURRING_PAYMENT

The transaction is exempt as it was initiated by the merchant based on an agreement with the payer for a recurring payment for a fixed amount. This value is only applicable to subsequent transactions on the order. In this case, the payer is not present and cannot participate in an authentication interaction. The payer must be authenticated during the first transaction that established the agreement.

SECURE_CORPORATE_PAYMENT

The transaction is exempt as it is a corporate or Business-to-Business (B2B) payment performed using dedicated payment processes and protocols that are not available to consumers and offer at least equivalent security levels.

TRUSTED_MERCHANT

The transaction is exempt because the payer has added you to the list of their trusted merchants (as maintained by the issuer).

authentication.purpose Copied to clipboard Enumeration

Indicates the context in which payer authentication is being requested.

If you do not provide a value, the gateway will use PAYMENT_TRANSACTION as the default.

If you are authenticating the payer when establishing a payment agreement with your payer for a series of recurring, installment or unscheduled payments you must provide details about the agreement in the agreement parameter group in the AUTHENTICATE_PAYER request for this transaction.

Note:

  • • If you set this value to ADD_CARD or MAINTAIN_CARD, then set order.amount to zero and order.currency to any currency you support.
  • • If the authentication scheme that applies to the account does not support the purpose that you have requested, this call will return an authenticationStatus of AUTHENTICATION_NOT_SUPPORTED.
  • • If you set this to REFRESH_AUTHENTICATION then when you perform the subsequent Authenticate Payer operation you must provide details of the original authentication, either by providing the authentication data explicitly via the fields customer.account.history.issuerAuthentication.acsTransactionId, customer.account.history.issuerAuthentication.authenticationToken, customer.account.history.issuerAuthentication.time and customer.account.history.issuerAuthentication.type, or by providing the gateway reference of the original authentication operation in customer.account.history.issuerAuthentication.transactionId.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

ADD_CARD

Authentication performed before a payer's card is stored on file either directly by the merchant or using the gateway's tokenization feature. A payment is not being processed.

MAINTAIN_CARD

Authentication performed before updating details of a payer's card stored on file either directly by the merchant or using the gateway's tokenization feature. A payment is not being processed.

PAYMENT_TRANSACTION

Authentication performed when of processing a card payment.

REFRESH_AUTHENTICATION

Authentication performed in order to obtain a new authentication token to replace one previously obtained for the order which is no longer valid (for example, because the order amount has changed in the time between originally performing authentication and submitting the financial transaction).

authentication.redirectResponseUrl Copied to clipboard Url

The URL to which you want to redirect the payer after completing the payer authentication process.

This will be a URL on your website, with the URL encoded as defined in RFC3986. This means special characters such spaces, hyphens, etc must be encoded.

You must provide this URL, unless you are certain that there will be no interaction with the payer.

Ensure that the URL begins with 'https' and is longer than 11 characters.

authentication.time Copied to clipboard DateTime

Date and time of the payer authentication being performed.

An instant in time expressed in ISO8601 date + time format - "YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.SSSZ"

authentication.transactionId Copied to clipboard String

The transactionId you used for the Initiate Authentication operation.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 40
authorizationResponse Copied to clipboard

Authorisation response fields for a standalone capture request.

authorizationResponse.authenticationTokenVerificationResultCode Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

The authentication token verification result code provided by the scheme.

For Discover ProtectBuy transactions this is known as CAVV (Cardholder Authentication Verification Value) result code.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 30
authorizationResponse.avsCode Copied to clipboard ASCII Text

The acquirer AVS response code generated by the card issuing institution.

Data consists of ASCII characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
authorizationResponse.cardLevelIndicator Copied to clipboard String

Indicates the card level result returned by the issuer.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 2
authorizationResponse.cardSecurityCodeError Copied to clipboard String

CSC Incorrect Indicator.

An indicator, provided by the Issuer in the authorization response, to identify the presence of an invalid card security code (CSC). If there is an error, the Issuer will respond with the 1-byte CSC Error Code (Y).

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 1
authorizationResponse.cardSecurityCodePresenceIndicator Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

An Indicator, if a Card security code was provided for the Transaction, as returned by the acquirer.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 2
authorizationResponse.commercialCard Copied to clipboard String

Indicates if the card used is a commercial card.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 3
authorizationResponse.commercialCardIndicator Copied to clipboard String

Indicates the type of commercial card as returned by the card issuer.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 1
authorizationResponse.date Copied to clipboard Digits

The local date, in MMDD format, in which the authorization was received from the acquirer, issuer or local terminal.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9.

Min length: 4 Max length: 4
authorizationResponse.financialNetworkCode Copied to clipboard String

Indicates the code of the financial network that was used to process the transaction with the issuer.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 3
authorizationResponse.financialNetworkDate Copied to clipboard Date

The date for the Authorization as returned by the scheme.

Data must comply with ISO 8601 extended date format, yyyy-mm-dd

authorizationResponse.marketSpecificData Copied to clipboard String

Indicates the market or the industry associated with the payment.

For example, B may indicate "bill payment" depending on the acquirer.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 1
authorizationResponse.posData Copied to clipboard String

Indicates the specific card information conditions for capture that are available when the card transaction occurs at point of service.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 13
authorizationResponse.posEntryMode Copied to clipboard String

The POS Entry Mode provided to Discover (JCB (US Domestic only), and Diners) for the authorization.

Bytes 1-2: Discover (JCB (US Domestic only), and Diners) POS Entry Mode
Byte 3: Discover (JCB (US Domestic only), and Diners) Pin Entry Capability
Byte 4: RFU (Always zero)

Note: Only the first 3 bytes are required for settlement processing.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 4
authorizationResponse.processingCode Copied to clipboard String

Identifies the type of Card Transaction sent to Card Acceptor.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 6
authorizationResponse.responseCode Copied to clipboard String

The response code which indicates the status of the transaction.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 3
authorizationResponse.returnAci Copied to clipboard String

The ACI (Authorization Characteristics Indicator) returned by the issuer.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 1
authorizationResponse.time Copied to clipboard Digits

The local time, in HHMMSS format, in which the authorization was received from the acquirer, issuer or local terminal.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9.

Min length: 6 Max length: 6
authorizationResponse.timezone Copied to clipboard Time Offset

The local time zone, in +hhmm or -hhmm format, in which the authorization was received from the acquirer, issuer or local terminal.

Data must comply with ISO 8601 UTC time offset format, +hhmm or -hhmm.

authorizationResponse.trackQuality Copied to clipboard String

Indicates the magnetic stripe condition and the vulnerability for fraud in Discover Network Card Transactions.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 2
authorizationResponse.transactionIdentifier Copied to clipboard String

The unique identifier for the transaction returned by the issuer.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 30
authorizationResponse.transactionIntegrityClass Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

The Transaction Integrity Class (TIC) is an indicator defined by the scheme to evaluate the safety and security of the transaction.

The indicator is only supported by some schemes and for all regions.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 1 Max length: 2
authorizationResponse.validationCode Copied to clipboard String

The validation code returned by the issuer.

This value must be stored to be sent with the capture transaction.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 4
billing Copied to clipboard

Details of the payer's billing address.

billing.address Copied to clipboard

The payer's billing address.

This data may be used to qualify for better interchange rates on corporate purchase card transactions.

billing.address.city Copied to clipboard String

The city portion of the address.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
billing.address.company Copied to clipboard String

The name of the company associated with this address.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
billing.address.country Copied to clipboard Upper case alphabetic text

The 3 letter ISO standard alpha country code of the address.

Data must consist of the characters A-Z

Min length: 3 Max length: 3
billing.address.postcodeZip Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric + additional characters

The post code or zip code of the address.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z, ' ', '-'

Min length: 1 Max length: 10
billing.address.stateProvince Copied to clipboard String

The state or province of the address.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 20
billing.address.stateProvinceCode Copied to clipboard String

The three character ISO 3166-2 country subdivision code for the state or province of the address.

Providing this field might improve your payer experience for 3-D Secure payer authentication.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 3
billing.address.street Copied to clipboard String

The first line of the address.

For example, this may be the street name and number, or the Post Office Box details.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
billing.address.street2 Copied to clipboard String

The second line of the address (if provided).

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
browserPayment Copied to clipboard

Information required by the gateway to manage interactions with a browser payment provider's website.

browserPayment.operation Copied to clipboard Enumeration

The type of transaction you want to create for this payment.You can choose between an Authorization and a Payment transaction.

For a successful Authorization transaction, you must submit a CAPTURE request to move the funds from the payer's account to your account.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

AUTHORIZE

The transaction created in the gateway is an AUTHORIZATION transaction.

PAY

The transaction created in the gateway is a PAYMENT transaction.

browserPayment.paypal Copied to clipboard

Additional information you can provide to control the user interaction flow presented to the payer by PayPal.

browserPayment.paypal.agreementConfirmation Copied to clipboard Enumeration

Indicates the action that PayPal displays to the payer prior to being redirected back to your website.

This field is only required when requesting a PayPal billing agreement.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

AGREE

After the payer has approved the billing agreement and their browser has been returned to your website, you will not process a payment against this billing agreement at that time.

AGREE_AND_PAY

After the payer has approved the billing agreement and their browser has been returned to your website, you will process a payment against this billing agreement.

browserPayment.paypal.displayShippingAddress Copied to clipboard Boolean

Indicates whether you want PayPal to display the shipping address to the payer on the PayPal website.

By default, the shipping address is displayed to the payer. For more detailed information about displaying the shipping address on the PayPal website, see PayPal Integration: Display/Override Shipping Address.

JSON boolean values 'true' or 'false'.

browserPayment.paypal.overrideShippingAddress Copied to clipboard Boolean

Indicates whether you want to allow the payer to change the shipping address for the payment on the PayPal website.

By default, the payer is allowed to change the shipping address. For more detailed information about the payer overriding the shipping address on the PayPal website, see PayPal Integration: Display/Override Shipping Address.

JSON boolean values 'true' or 'false'.

browserPayment.paypal.paymentConfirmation Copied to clipboard Enumeration

Indicates where in the checkout flow you want the payer to commit to the payment - on the PayPal website or on your website after returning from the PayPal website.

By default this is set to CONFIRM_AT_PROVIDER.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

CONFIRM_AT_MERCHANT

The payer commits to the payment on your website.

CONFIRM_AT_PROVIDER

The payer commits to the payment on the PayPal website.

browserPayment.preferredLanguage Copied to clipboard String

The language that you prefer the payment provider to use for pages displayed to the payer.

Provide the IETF language tag for the language in accordance with RFC 5646. You can provide either the two-letter primary language tag (for example, en, fr) or the two-letter primary language tag plus the region sub-tag (for example, en-US, fr-CA).

Data must be a language identifier or IETF language tag

Min length: 2 Max length: 35
browserPayment.returnUrl Copied to clipboard Url

The URL to which you want the payer's browser to be redirected on completing the payment at the payment provider's website.

The same redirect URL will be used by the gateway to redirect the payer's browser irrespective of the success or otherwise of the payment.

You must provide this field for all browser payments, apart from PayPal. For PayPal payments use the JavaScript SDK to present the PayPal payer interaction in a modal window on top of your payment page.

Ensure that the URL begins with 'https' and is longer than 11 characters.

constraints Copied to clipboard

Information about any constraints that apply to this transaction.

Specify constraints to ensure that the transaction conforms to predefined criteria. This is useful if your integration does not directly collect all the transaction values (e.g. a session-based integration or a checkout integration).

constraints.paymentPlans Copied to clipboard

Information about the payment plan constraints which apply for this transaction.

Specify payment plan constraints to restrict the available payment plan options for this transaction.

constraints.paymentPlans.deferralPeriod Copied to clipboard Integer

The allowable number of deferral months for the payment plan.

JSON number data type, restricted to being positive or zero. In addition, the represented number may have no fractional part.

Min value: 0 Max value: 99
constraints.paymentPlans.numberOfPayments Copied to clipboard Integer

The allowable number of installments for the payment plan.

JSON number data type, restricted to being positive or zero. In addition, the represented number may have no fractional part.

Min value: 1 Max value: 99
constraints.paymentPlans.supported[n] Copied to clipboard String

The identifiers for the payment plans supported for this transaction.

If you wish to offer any payment plans to the payer, provide the plan identifiers in this field else pass it as empty.

See Payment Plans for the supported payment plans and their identifiers.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 40
correlationId Copied to clipboard String

A transient identifier for the request, that can be used to match the response to the request.

The value provided is not validated, does not persist in the gateway, and is returned as provided in the response to the request.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
creditCardBillPayment Copied to clipboard

Details about credit card bill payments.

creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender Copied to clipboard

The details about the person who is requesting that you pay the credit card bill.

creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.address Copied to clipboard

The payment sender's address.

creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.address.city Copied to clipboard String

The city portion of the address.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 25
creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.address.country Copied to clipboard Upper case alphabetic text

The 3 letter ISO standard alpha country code of the address.

Data must consist of the characters A-Z

Min length: 3 Max length: 3
creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.address.postcodeZip Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric + additional characters

The post code or zip code of the address.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z, ' ', '-'

Min length: 1 Max length: 10
creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.address.stateProvinceCode Copied to clipboard String

The three character ISO 3166-2 country subdivision code for the state or province of the address.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 2 Max length: 3
creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.address.street Copied to clipboard String

The first line of the street address.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.bankAccountNumber Copied to clipboard Digits

Submit this field if the account identifier of the payment sender is a bank account number.

For a split payment where both a debit card and bank account were used, you must provide both the creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.cardNumber and the creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.bankAccountNumber field.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9.

Min length: 1 Max length: 20
creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.cardNumber Copied to clipboard Digits

Submit this field if the account identifier of the payment sender is a debit card number.

For a split payment where both a debit card and bank account were used, you must provide both the creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.cardNumber and the creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.bankAccountNumber field.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9.

Min length: 9 Max length: 19
creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.firstName Copied to clipboard String

The payment sender's first name.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
creditCardBillPayment.paymentSender.lastName Copied to clipboard String

The payment sender's last name.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
cruise Copied to clipboard

Cruise industry data.

cruise.bookingReference Copied to clipboard String

The cruise booking reference.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 12
cruise.company Copied to clipboard

Information about the cruise line.

cruise.company.contact Copied to clipboard

Contact details of the cruise line.

cruise.company.contact.companyPhone Copied to clipboard Telephone Number

The cruise line registered office telephone number in ITU-T E123 format.

Data consists of '+', country code (1, 2 or 3 digits), 'space', and national number (which may embed single space characters for readability)

Mandatory country code: true Max total digits: 15
cruise.company.contact.customerServicePhone Copied to clipboard Telephone Number

The customer service phone number in ITU-T E123 format.

Data consists of '+', country code (1, 2 or 3 digits), 'space', and national number (which may embed single space characters for readability)

Mandatory country code: true Max total digits: 15
cruise.departureDate Copied to clipboard Date

The cruise departure/ sail date.

This field is required when cruise industry data is provided.

The value entered must be equal to or earlier than cruise.returnDate.

Data must comply with ISO 8601 extended date format, yyyy-mm-dd

cruise.departurePort Copied to clipboard

A departurePort is the port where the passenger(s) boarded the cruise ship when the cruise trip started

cruise.departurePort.address Copied to clipboard

Address of the cruise line.

cruise.departurePort.address.city Copied to clipboard String

The city portion of the address.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
cruise.departurePort.address.country Copied to clipboard Upper case alphabetic text

The 3 letter ISO standard alpha country code of the address.

Data must consist of the characters A-Z

Min length: 3 Max length: 3
cruise.departurePort.address.postCodeZip Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric + additional characters

The post code or zip code of the address.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z, ' ', '-'

Min length: 1 Max length: 10
cruise.departurePort.address.stateProvinceCode Copied to clipboard String

The state or province code of the address.

The value must match the second part of the ISO 3166-2 code. For an address in the United States provide the 2-letter ISO 3166-2 state code. For US military bases provide one of AE, AA, AP. For an address in Canada provide the 2-letter ISO 3166-2 province code.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 3
cruise.departurePort.address.street Copied to clipboard String

The first line of the address.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
cruise.departurePort.address.street2 Copied to clipboard String

The second line of the address (if provided).

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
cruise.passenger[n] Copied to clipboard

Cruise passenger details.

cruise.passenger[n].firstName Copied to clipboard String

The first name of the passenger.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
cruise.passenger[n].folioNumber Copied to clipboard String

The folio number assigned to the passenger.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 30
cruise.passenger[n].lastName Copied to clipboard String

The last name of the passenger.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
cruise.passenger[n].middleName Copied to clipboard String

The middle name of the passenger.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
cruise.passenger[n].title Copied to clipboard String

The title of the passenger.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
cruise.returnDate Copied to clipboard Date

The cruise return/ sail end date.

This field is required when cruise.departureDate is provided and the value must be equal to or later than cruise.departureDate.

Data must comply with ISO 8601 extended date format, yyyy-mm-dd

cruise.shipName Copied to clipboard String

The name of the cruise ship.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 50
cruise.travelAgentCode Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

The industry code of the travel agent booking the cruise.

Data may consist of the characters 0-9, a-z, A-Z

Min length: 8 Max length: 9
cruise.travelAgentName Copied to clipboard String

The name of the travel agent booking the cruise.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 30
cruise.travelPackageItems Copied to clipboard Comma separated enumeration

A comma separated list of the travel items that are included as part of a cruise travel package.

If the value CRUISE_ONLY is provided then other items are not permitted in the list.

Value must be one or more comma separated members of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

CAR_RENTAL

Car rental is included in the travel package.

CRUISE_ONLY

No additional items are included in the cruise travel package.

FLIGHT

Flights are included in the travel package.

currencyConversion Copied to clipboard

Information specific to the use of dynamic currency conversion (DCC).

If you requested a rate quote via the gateway, provide the requestId as returned in the PAYMENT_OPTIONS_INQUIRY response. For rate quote requests performed outside the gateway, you must at least provide payer amount, payer currency, provider and payer exchange rate.

You can only provide DCC information on the initial transaction for an order. If provided on subsequent transactions or an order, DCC information will be ignored.

currencyConversion.exchangeRateTime Copied to clipboard DateTime

The timestamp of when the conversion rate is effective.

The timestamp may need to be displayed to the payer on the merchant site to satisfy regulatory requirements.

An instant in time expressed in ISO8601 date + time format - "YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.SSSZ"

currencyConversion.marginPercentage Copied to clipboard Decimal

The foreign exchange markup applied as a percentage to the transaction amount for providing the conversion service.

The margin percentage may need to be displayed to the payer on the merchant site to satisfy regulatory requirements.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 8
currencyConversion.payerAmount Copied to clipboard Decimal

The total amount of the transaction in the payer's currency.

You must include this field if the payer accepted the DCC offer you presented to them.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 14
currencyConversion.payerCurrency Copied to clipboard Upper case alphabetic text

The currency of the DCC rate quote provided by your DCC Service Provider.

The currency must be expressed as an ISO 4217 alpha code, e.g. USD and must be different to that provided for transaction currency. You must include this field if the payer accepted the DCC offer you presented to them.

Data must consist of the characters A-Z

Min length: 3 Max length: 3
currencyConversion.payerExchangeRate Copied to clipboard Decimal

The exchange rate used to convert the transaction amount into the payer's currency.

The payer exchange rate includes the foreign exchange markup (marginPercentage). The payer exchange rate is displayed to the payer on the merchant site.

Data is a string that consists of the characters 0-9 and '.' and represents a valid decimal number.

Min length: 1 Max length: 19
currencyConversion.provider Copied to clipboard Enumeration

This identifies the name of the provider of the DCC quote.

This data is for information purposes, and may be useful if you use multiple DCC providers.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

FEXCO
FTT
GLOBAL_PAYMENTS
IBM
TRAVELEX_CURRENCY_SELECT
UNICREDIT
currencyConversion.providerReceipt Copied to clipboard String

The quote provider's unique reference to the rate quote.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
currencyConversion.requestId Copied to clipboard String

The unique identifier for your DCC quote request as returned in the PAYMENT_OPTIONS_INQUIRY response.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
currencyConversion.uptake Copied to clipboard Enumeration

Indicates how DCC applies to the order.

If not provided, this value defaults to NOT_REQUIRED.

Value must be a member of the following list. The values are case sensitive.

ACCEPTED

The payer accepted the DCC offer and pays in their own currency. The conditions of the rate quote are applied in the processing of this transaction.

DECLINED

The payer declined the DCC offer and pays in your transaction currency.

NOT_AVAILABLE

A rate quote was requested, but no DCC offer was provided. For rate quotes via the gateway the PAYMENT_OPTION_INQUIRY response contains a currencyConversion.gatewayCode other than QUOTE_PROVIDED.

NOT_REQUIRED

DCC is not required for this transaction.

customer Copied to clipboard

Information associated with the customer's source of transaction.