Notify Scheduled Payment

This operation allows the merchant to advise the issuer of the amount and preferred date for scheduled payments on an agreement. It can be used to:

 1. Notify the issuer of the details of the upcoming scheduled payment.
 2. Complete agreement registration with payment schedule data not available at the time the agreement was established with the payer.

For more details, refer "integration guide page" .

POST https://na.gateway.mastercard.com/api/rest/version/82 / merchant / {merchantId} / agreement / {agreementId}

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.

Request Copied to clipboard

URL Parameters Copied to clipboard

{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
{agreementId} Copied to clipboard String REQUIRED

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


Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100

Fields Copied to clipboard

agreement.customData Copied to clipboard String REQUIRED

Additional information requested for the agreement which cannot be passed using other available data fields.

This field must not contain sensitive data.

Data can consist of any characters, but sensitive data will be rejected

Min length: 1 Max length: 2048
apiOperation Copied to clipboard String = NOTIFY_SCHEDULED_PAYMENT 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
sourceOfFunds Copied to clipboard REQUIRED

Information about the payment type selected by the payer for this payment and the source of the funds.

Depending on the payment type the source of the funds can be a debit or credit card, bank account, or account with a browser payment provider (such as PayPal).

For card payments the source of funds information may be represented by combining one or more of the following: explicitly provided card details, a session identifier which the gateway will use to look up the card details and/or a card token. Precedence rules will be applied in that explicitly provided card details will override session card details which will override card token details. Each of these may represent partial card details, however the combination must result in a full and complete set of card details. See Using Multiple Sources of Card Details for examples.

sourceOfFunds.provided.card.devicePayment Copied to clipboard

If the payer chose to pay using a device you must provide payment details in this parameter group.

Use this parameter group when accepting payments using device payment methods such as Apple Pay, Android Pay or Samsung Pay.

sourceOfFunds.provided.card.devicePayment.eciIndicator Copied to clipboard Digits

The Electronic Commerce Indicator generated for payments made using a device payment method.

You source this field directly from the decrypted payment token.

You must provide this field if you have it. This field is not applicable for payments using digital wallets.

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

Min length: 1 Max length: 2
sourceOfFunds.provided.card.devicePayment.onlinePaymentCryptogram Copied to clipboard Base64

A cryptogram used to authenticate the transaction.

Use this field for:

  • • Device payments: source this field directly from the decrypted payment token.

  • • Card scheme tokens: source this field directly from the decrypted transaction credentials. For MDES (Mastercard Digital Enablement Service) tokens this is the UCAF cryptogram (de48se43Data). For VTS (Visa Token Service) tokens this is the TAVV cryptogram.

  • • Alternative IDs: use cryptograms provided by the schemes. For Guest Checkout payments in India using American Express cards, use Alt-Id cryptograms.

Data is Base64 encoded

Min length: 1 Max length: 128
sourceOfFunds.provided.card.expiry Copied to clipboard REQUIRED

Expiry date, as shown on the card.

sourceOfFunds.provided.card.expiry.month Copied to clipboard Digits REQUIRED

Month, as shown on the card.

Months are numbered January=1, through to December=12.

Data is a number between 1 and 12 represented as a string.

sourceOfFunds.provided.card.expiry.year Copied to clipboard Digits REQUIRED

Year, as shown on the card.

The Common Era year is 2000 plus this value.

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

Min length: 2 Max length: 2
sourceOfFunds.provided.card.number Copied to clipboard Digits REQUIRED

Credit card number as printed on the card.

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

Min length: 9 Max length: 19
sourceOfFunds.token Copied to clipboard Alphanumeric

A gateway token that contains account identifier details.

The account identifier details stored against this token will be used to process the request.
If account identifier details are also contained in the request, or the request contains a session with account identifier details, these take precedence over the details stored against the token.

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

Min length: 1 Max length: 40
sourceOfFunds.type Copied to clipboard Enumeration REQUIRED

The payment method used for this payment.

If you are passing card data (in any form) on the API, then you need to set this value, and also provide the card details in the sourceOfFunds.provided.card group. In the case of digital wallets or device payment methods, you must also populate the order.walletProvider field.

If you are making a payment with a gateway token, then you can leave this field unset, and only populate the sourceOfFunds.token field. However you can set this to CARD if you want to overwrite or augment the token data with a card security code, expiry date, or cardholder name.

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

CARD

Use this value for payments that obtained the card details either directly from the card, or from a POS terminal, or from a wallet, or through a device payment method.

SCHEME_TOKEN

Use this value for payments using scheme tokens provided by Mastercard Digital Enablement Service (MDES), or Visa Token Service (VTS), or American Express Token Service (AETS).

transaction.amount Copied to clipboard Decimal REQUIRED

Transaction Amount.

Expressed as a decimal number in the units of the currency. For example 12.34 in USD is the amount 12 dollars and 34 cents.

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

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

The currency of the order expressed as an ISO 4217 alpha code.

Data must consist of the characters A-Z

Min length: 3 Max length: 3

Response Copied to clipboard

Fields Copied to clipboard

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
response.acquirerCode Copied to clipboard ASCII Text

Value as generated by the acquirer that summarizes the success or otherwise of the proposed operation.

Data consists of ASCII characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
response.acquirerMessage Copied to clipboard ASCII Text

The response from the acquirer in the text form.

This field is used in addition to response.acquirerCode for some acquirers where additional information needs to be communicated. For example, contact details to allow the merchant to contact the issuer directly to seek authorisation for the transaction.

Data consists of ASCII characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 255
response.gatewayCode Copied to clipboard Enumeration ALWAYS PROVIDED

Summary of the success or otherwise of the operation.

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

ACQUIRER_SYSTEM_ERROR

Acquirer system error occurred processing the transaction

APPROVED

Transaction Approved

DECLINED

The requested operation was not successful. For example, a payment was declined by the payer's financial institution or payer authentication was not able to be successfully completed.

SYSTEM_ERROR

Internal system error occurred processing the transaction

TIMED_OUT

The gateway has timed out the request to the acquirer because it did not receive a response. Points redemption should not be offered to the payer.

UNKNOWN

The transaction has been submitted to the acquirer but the gateway was not able to find out about the success or otherwise of the payment. If the gateway subsequently finds out about the success of the payment it will update the response code.

result Copied to clipboard Enumeration ALWAYS PROVIDED

A system-generated high level overall result of the operation.

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

FAILURE

The operation was declined or rejected by the gateway, acquirer or issuer

PENDING

The operation is currently in progress or pending processing

SUCCESS

The operation was successfully processed

UNKNOWN

The result of the operation is unknown

Errors Copied to clipboard

error Copied to clipboard

Information on possible error conditions that may occur while processing an operation using the API.

error.cause Copied to clipboard Enumeration

Broadly categorizes the cause of the error.

For example, errors may occur due to invalid requests or internal system failures.

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

INVALID_REQUEST

The request was rejected because it did not conform to the API protocol.

REQUEST_REJECTED

The request was rejected due to security reasons such as firewall rules, expired certificate, etc.

SERVER_BUSY

The server did not have enough resources to process the request at the moment.

SERVER_FAILED

There was an internal system failure.

error.explanation Copied to clipboard String

Textual description of the error based on the cause.

This field is returned only if the cause is INVALID_REQUEST or SERVER_BUSY.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 1000
error.field Copied to clipboard String

Indicates the name of the field that failed validation.

This field is returned only if the cause is INVALID_REQUEST and a field level validation error was encountered.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
error.supportCode Copied to clipboard String

Indicates the code that helps the support team to quickly identify the exact cause of the error.

This field is returned only if the cause is SERVER_FAILED or REQUEST_REJECTED.

Data can consist of any characters

Min length: 1 Max length: 100
error.validationType Copied to clipboard Enumeration

Indicates the type of field validation error.

This field is returned only if the cause is INVALID_REQUEST and a field level validation error was encountered.

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

INVALID

The request contained a field with a value that did not pass validation.

MISSING

The request was missing a mandatory field.

UNSUPPORTED

The request contained a field that is unsupported.

result Copied to clipboard Enumeration

A system-generated high level overall result of the operation.

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

ERROR

The operation resulted in an error and hence cannot be processed.