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  • Oney Paylater
  • Choice of the automatic and manual responses format
  • Enrichment of responseCode 97

This release note gives you an overview of the functional content of the WL Sips 23R1 release.

It is separated in two parts:

  • new additions in the WL Sips Solution, where are listed the modifications of new functionalities added to our offer
  • regulatory changes

If you want to benefit of those new functionalities, please get in touch with your usual Sips contact if you are one of our client. Or, send us a message at the following email address: sips@worldline.com.

Deliveries in production: from Monday, January 16th until Thursday, February 3rd 2023.

New features of the WL Sips Solution

Addition of Oney Paylater payment method

The Oney Paylater payment method is now available on Sips Paypage. This payment method allows you to be paid immediately while offering your customers the possibility to be debited only 30 days after the purchase.

Logo de Oney Paylater

Choice of the automatic and manual responses format

In order to give the result of a payment, WL Sips sends manual and automatic responses to each payment for the Sips Paypage, Walletpage and InApp connectors.

Until now, these responses were always in POST format. As of interfaceVersion 3.0, you can now choose to receive the response in JSON format.

For more information, please read the documentation.

Enrichment of responseCode 97 : expired session enrichment

On interfaceVersion 3.0, in the expired session (responseCode 97), two new fields are presents in the automatic/manual response :

  1. abortedProcessingStep : precise which step of the transaction life cycle is produced the expiration sessions (example : challenge, authorization step etc).
    Link to the online documentation : https://documentation.sips.worldline.com/en/data-dictionary/abortedprocessingstep.html.
  2. abortedProcessingLocation : precise who is at the origin of the expiration session. Indeed, following the payment method, it could be SIPS WL or another actors (example : ACS during authentication redirection or a tiers partner link to private payment).
    Link to the online documentation : https://documentation.sips.worldline.com/en/data-dictionary/abortedprocessinglocation.html.

BIN8 restitution

Recently, VISA and MASTERCARD cards have their BIN on 8 digits.

A new value "PAN_MASK_DOT_8_2" has been created in the merchant options in order to make the BIN8 available in the SIPS responses.

Masked PAN - available options :

  • PAN_MASK_SHARP_4_2 : first 4 digits + #### #### ## + last 2 digits
  • PAN_MASK_DOT_6_4 : first 6 digits + . + 4 last digits
  • PAN_MASK_SHARP_0_4 : #### #### #### + last 4 digits
  • [NOUVEAU] PAN_MASK_DOT_8_2 : first 8 digits + . + 2 last digits

This option is available only if 6.4 option already existed. It conditions the return of the first 8 digits to merchants, for VISA / MASTARCARD or co-branded Visa or Mastercard cards. Other SCHEMES are not concerned. Also, card have to be in 16 digits.

Until now, in database (BDD) the storage of masked PANs was in 6_4. Then, depending on the merchant option or the fixed value set, the refund was possible for all values: 4_2/ 6_4 or 0_4.

A modification has been provided to store in 8_2 the cases concerned by the evolution.

The table below summarizes the uses of masked PAN, the conditions of the merchant option, as well as the storage in BDD.

Masked PAN usage table

1.1.5 Google Pay™ added to WL Sips

Sips now offers Google Pay™ for Visa, Visa Electron and Mastercard. Google Pay™ is a payment method proposed by the company Google to make payments in a simple and secure way on mobile applications or on the Internet.

The cardholder must have a Google account and can then :

  • use a card already registered in their Google Wallet
  • add a new card to their Google Wallet and use it
  • use a card already registered in their Google Account

With this solution, customers can pay for their online purchases without having to enter their card details each time. In addition, the wallet application allows them to view their transactions.

google pay logo

New documentation pages for Sips Office Batch functions

New documentation pages for the Sips Office Batch functions have been added based on the Sips Paypage and Sips Office : https://documentation.sips.worldline.com/en/data-dictionary/sob/

screenshot of the new function page sob

CACF 3/4xCB: Evolution of the format of the « productCategory » field

The « productCategory » field (contained in the « shoppingCartItem » container) present at the input of the Sips interfaces is used to describe the category of each items present in the customer's shopping cart. The length of the « productCategory » field is changed to 100 characters.

Corrective maintenance

Ref. Appli. Defect type Solution summary Priority
BFIRM-57490 SOB- PAYPAGE – M2M Functional Return of the orderId field for Paypal transactions. Important
BFIRM-58039 PAYPAGE Regression The authentExemptionReasonList is returned in the response with a null value like the other fields of the list. Minor
BFIRM-59427 REPORT Functional For CVCO payment means transactions, in case of KO refund and in case of final status of the transaction maintained at CAPTURED, the acquirerResponseMessage field is populated in the transaction log. Important
BFIRM-59677 HOSTED FIELDS Functional Correction of redirectionData field. Blocker
BFIRM-59678 HOSTED FIELDS Functional Correction of customerContactPhone field. Blocker
BFIRM-59714 REPORT Regression All Mastercard and CB transactions generated over the last 30 days with a responseCode 02 are no longer reported. A correction has been made to return the correct transaction status (REFUSED). Blocker

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