Speak to the Pay Now Specialist at Netcash for details. You must have the list of Netcash services activated for your client with their respective Service Keys. What is NIWS? The web service reveals methods which enable a software developer to automate access to a variety of Netcash services. The web service uses a standard, generic file format called NIF , Netcash Integrated File which allows the remote system to request various services without extensive reprogramming by the developer.
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Speak to the Pay Now Specialist at Netcash for details. You must have the list of Netcash services activated for your client with their respective Service Keys. What is NIWS? The web service reveals methods which enable a software developer to automate access to a variety of Netcash services.
The web service uses a standard, generic file format called NIF , Netcash Integrated File which allows the remote system to request various services without extensive reprogramming by the developer.
The NIWS service combines and consolidates the functionality provided by all the existing web services. It also provides the option of sending multiple requests in a single file. The calling system receives a response in the same session. Responses from the synchronous services do not need to be retrieved. Advantages Responses are returned by the web service, polling is not required. The web service can be used without supplying a postback URL.
Disadvantages Not all Netcash products can be offered as synchronous web services. Synchronous services are restricted to one transaction per call. Files cannot be uploaded using the synchronous services. Input data is restricted to specified parameters. Responses differ in format due to the nature of the data returned. Asynchronous services require a postback URL to which the responses can be returned.
If a postback URL cannot be supplied, the calling system needs to poll in order to retrieve the responses. Advantages Most services offered by the synchronous services are also available using the asynchronous methods. Batch-based uploads e. Payments of Salaries can only be offered as asynchronous services. NIF is a generic file format which can be adapted to all services without extensive reprogramming. Because they permit file uploads, asynchronous services allow multiple transactions to be processed in a single call.
Asynchronous services allow the end-user to determine when responses are collected. Error handling parameters e. Both postback and polling are supported. Even if a postback URL has been supplied, response files can still retrieved from the Netcash polling queue. Disadvantages Asynchronous services require polling or a postback URL to retrieve the responses. What do you need? Developers should familiarise themselves with calling a web service and processing the return in their chosen development language.
The web service is only available to registered Netcash merchants. You need to ensure that the Netcash account you are using is activated. Access to services is regulated by service specific keys which are issued by Netcash.
You should ensure you have the correct service key for the service you wish to access. You should ensure you have the latest version of the NIF file specification. If you are utilising the postback responses, you need to create a handler to accept incoming posted responses. ASPX page.
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These can be named however you feel fit. A recommendation would be "Meddbase IP range 1,2,3,4,5" as the naming of these IP Ranges does not affect the functionality, its simply for your internal referencing. Two MySagePay environments will be created for you, test and live. A test MySagePay account will be set up and ready to test your integration as soon as the application covered in section 6 of this guide has been submitted.
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