EMV Transactions


EMV Transactions

 
The introduction of smart cards based on the EMV standard (EMV: Europay, MasterCard, Visa) is progressing worldwide. More and more banks rely on secure transactions for payments. With the migration from magstripe to EMV chip, banks can offer their customers the utmost in security. EMV chip technology prevents unauthorized access to card information and helps fight fraud.


Coding for EMV data
The following is a code snippet in C#:
EMV Request Tags:
enterprise.setTag("EMV_AuthorisationRequestCryptogram", authorisationRequestCryptogram);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_ApplicationIdentifier", applicationIdentifier);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_ApplicationInterchangeProfile", applicationInterchangeProfile);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_CardSequenceNumber", cardSequenceNumber);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_ApplicationTransactionCounter", applicationTransactionCounter);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_ApplicationVersion", applicationVersion);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_CardHolderVerificationMethodResult", cardHolderVerificationMethodResult);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_CryptogramInformationData", cryptogramInformationData);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_IssuerApplicationData", issuerApplicationData);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_TerminalCapabilities", terminalCapabilities);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_TerminalType", terminalType);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_TransactionType", transactionType);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_TerminalVerificationResult", terminalVerificationResult);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_UnpredictableNumber", unpredictableNumber);
enterprise.setTag("EMV_TransactionStatusInformation", transactionStatusInformation);

EMV Response Tags:
enterprise.getTag(“EMV_IssuerAuthenticationData”);
enterprise.getTag(“EMV_IssuerScriptTemplate1”);
enterprise.getTag(“EMV_IssuerScriptTemplate2”);
enterprise.getTag(“EMV_ResponseCode”);