ISO 8583-1 PDF

A card-based transaction typically needs to travel between a numbers of systems. The transaction carries information about the type of transaction, the card used, the merchant, the transaction amount, security information, and so on. The response, authorizing or declining the transaction, needs to be returned via the same route to the terminal. The data interchange that takes place between different systems needs to follow standard formats for integration, exchange and interoperability. There are many such standards existing.

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The transaction data contains information derived from the card e. The card issuing system will either authorize or decline the transaction and generate a response message which must be delivered back to the terminal in a timely manner. ISO defines a message format and a communication flow so that different systems can exchange these transactions. The vast majority of transactions made at Automated Teller Machines use ISO at some point in the communication chain, as do transactions made when a customer uses a card to make a payment in a store.

In particular, both the MasterCard and Visa networks base their authorization communications on the ISO standard, as do many other institutions and networks. Cardholder-originated transactions include purchase, withdrawal, deposit, refund, reversal, balance inquiry, payments and inter-account transfers. ISO also defines system-to- system messages for secure key exchanges, reconciliation of totals, and other administrative purposes. Although ISO defines a common standard, it is not typically used directly by systems or networks.

Instead, each network adapts the standard for its own use with custom fields and custom usages. The placements of fields in different versions of the standard varies; for example, the currency elements of the and versions are no longer used in the version, which holds currency as a sub-element of any financial amount element.

As of writing, ISO has yet to achieve wide acceptance.

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The transaction data contains information derived from the card e. The card issuing system will either authorize or decline the transaction and generate a response message which must be delivered back to the terminal in a timely manner. ISO defines a message format and a communication flow so that different systems can exchange these transactions. The vast majority of transactions made at Automated Teller Machines use ISO at some point in the communication chain, as do transactions made when a customer uses a card to make a payment in a store.

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The transaction data contains information derived from the card e. Based on this information, the card issuing system will either authorize or decline the transaction and generate a response message which must be delivered back to the terminal within a predefined time period. An ISO message is made of the following parts: Message type indicator MTI One or more bitmaps, indicating which data elements are present Data elements, the actual information fields of the message The placements of fields in different versions of the standard varies; for example, the currency elements of the and versions of the standard are no longer used in the version, which holds currency as a sub-element of any financial amount element. As of June , however ISO has yet to achieve wide acceptance. Cardholder-originated transactions include purchase, withdrawal, deposit, refund, reversal, balance inquiry, payments and inter-account transfers.

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