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Cashier variables


Variable Description Example
FrontEnd Cashier front end name, normally common name of the website. Linked to a specific base currency. A.k.a. Sportsbook – to be deprecated. My Site USD
My Site EUR
PIN Unique customer id in your system Customer1
Password The value you expect to receive in your web service as authentication - customer password. See AuthCust. [email protected]
SCOrderID Optional. Varchar(50). A value referencing a unique order id within your shopping cart system. This value will be referenced within the cashier for payment attempts. aab1234
SCAmount Optional. Decimal(18,8). Represents the total amount to be paid by the customer within the cashier. The amount value is assumed to be in the currency of the Front End as defined within the cashier. 250.00
Secret
No-SC.
MD5 hash signature. To thwart brute force automated scripts that attempt to hack your Use the following example to check your routine:
For Shopping Cart Secret – see next customer’s passwords, you must provide a Secret value. This Secret value is an MD5 hash of the following: **PIN-Password- WebServicePassword The PIN and Password represents the customer’s Account ID (Login) and Password. The Web Service Password is a value set under your Admin Front End Options > Web Service Password. Concatenate all 3 values with a hyphen ‘-‘ separating each and perform an MD5 hash calculation. Do not divulge your Web Service Password to any third parties.
PIN: Customer1
Password: [email protected]
Web Service Password: seCURitee
MD5 Input: [email protected]
MD5 Output: 3461e6794a5a8aa30b7a40f7f88ec727
Secret
With-SC.
For non-Shopping Cart see prev. MD5 hash signature. To thwart brute force automated scripts that attempt to hack your customer’s passwords, you must provide a Secret value. This Secret value is an MD5 hash of the following: PIN-Password-SCOrderID-SCAmount-WebServicePassword. The PIN and Password represents the customer’s Account ID (Login) and Password. The Web Service Password is a value set under your Admin Front End Options > Web Service Password. Concatenate all 3 values with a hyphen ‘-‘ separating each and perform an MD5 hash calculation. Do not divulge your Web Service Password to any third parties. Use the following example to check your routine:
PIN: Customer1
Password: [email protected]
Order ID: aab1234
Amount: 250.00
Web Service Password: seCURitee
MD5 Input: [email protected]
MD5 Output: 986f44659d79f7232d64b30ab7199e41
Action Indicates the cashier page to display after customer is authenticated. If not specified, it will land on the Deposit listing page.
- DEPOSIT: Land on the deposit options page (deposits.asp) – default option
- TOPDEPOSIT: - Land the customer on their last used deposit method, or the top deposit method for their country of residence. Recommended Option
- CASHIERMENU: Land on the cashier menu page that displays the customer balance, links to deposits and payouts, along with customer document downloads.
- QUICKDEPOSIT: A simplified deposit page meant to be opened within a small pop-up window (415px by 350px) to facilitate a quick re-deposit without the customer leaving the main site
- PAYOUT : land on the payout options page (PayoutRequest.asp).
- PP_SIGNUP: redirect the customer to the processor signup page (used internally)
DEPOSIT
TOPDEPOSIT
CASHIERMENU
QUICKDEPOSIT
PAYOUT
PP_SIGNUP
RedirectURL Optional. You can link directly to a specific page in the Cashier by passing the exact page URL found in the Cashier. We recommend most merchants use the Action parameter above. The Cashier maintains logic that can dynamically show or hide deposit options based on the customer’s history and settings. CC_Deposit.asp (credit card form)
PID Optional. The Cashier can collect and pass a customer’s entered promotion id back to your ProcessDeposit web service following a successful deposit that can be used for applying a specific bonus or promotion. Wsop2014
Lang Optional. The Cashier is multilingual and this setting can override the language in which the cashier is displayed. You can pass the customer’s language preference via this variable or allow the Cashier to use the customer’s past language preference or determine it from the web browser’s language preferences. Please use the 2- character ISO code (the exception being Chinese which is further defined). en=English
es=Spanish
de=German
el=Greek
fr=French
it=Italian
ru=Russian
sv=Swedish
tr=Turkish
id=Indonesia
jp=Japanese
zh_CHS=Chinese simplified
zh_CHT=Chinese traditional
BlackBox Optional. If have the Cashier configured to using Iovation, you can use Iovations’ javascript function to create a unique signature of the customer’s device (computer) known as the ‘blackbox’ and forward it to the cashier.
Udef1, Udef2 Optional. Any variable that you would like to receive in Post Deposit Redirect URL