Switch Interface Gateway User Manual

Switch Interface Gateway User Manual
Switch Interface Gateway User Guide
Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking
Release 12.0.2.0.0
Part No. E49740-01
October 2013
Switch Interface Gateway User Guide
October 2013
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Contents
1.
Preface ..................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
2.
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Switch Interface Gateway ....................................................................... 2-1
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3.
Introduction..............................................................................................................
Audience..................................................................................................................
Documentation Accessibility....................................................................................
Abbreviations...........................................................................................................
Organization ............................................................................................................
Related Documents .................................................................................................
Glossary of Icons....................................................................................................
Introduction.............................................................................................................. 2-1
Interface Functionalities........................................................................................... 2-1
2.2.1 ATM Transactions ...................................................................................... 2-1
2.2.2 Point Of Sale Transactions ........................................................................ 2-3
2.2.3 IVR Transactions ........................................................................................ 2-4
Gateway Maintenance for Switch Interface ............................................................. 2-4
2.3.1
Maintaining Upload Source ....................................................................... 2-4
2.3.2 Maintaining FLEXSWITCH External System .............................................. 2-5
2.3.3 Specifying External System Functions ....................................................... 2-7
2.3.4 Specifying Source Preferences .................................................................. 2-7
Switch Interface Maintenance ................................................................................. 2-8
2.4.1 Defining Currency for Currency Code Conversion ..................................... 2-8
2.4.2 ATM/Debit Card Mapping for Card Account Number Conversion .............. 2-9
2.4.3 Maintaining Card Transaction Limits ........................................................ 2-11
2.4.4 Maintaining Channel Details..................................................................... 2-12
2.4.5 Maintaining Process Code Mapping Details ............................................. 2-12
2.4.6 Maintaining Network Details ..................................................................... 2-13
2.4.7 Maintaining Merchant Details ................................................................... 2-14
2.4.8 Maintaining Terminal Details .................................................................... 2-15
2.4.9 Maintaining Utility Provider Details ........................................................... 2-17
2.4.10 Maintaining Product Types for Product Derivation ................................... 2-17
2.4.11 Showing Amount Block Transactions in Account Statements .................. 2-19
2.4.12 Modifying a Product Preferences Screen ................................................. 2-20
2.4.13 Maintaining Charges for Non-financial Transactions ................................ 2-20
2.4.14 ARC Maintenance .................................................................................... 2-21
2.4.15 Service Charges for Inter- branch Transactions....................................... 2-22
Batch Processes.................................................................................................... 2-23
2.5.1 Maintaining Batches for Batch Operations ............................................... 2-23
2.5.2 Settlement Upload .................................................................................... 2-23
2.5.3 Intra Day Batch......................................................................................... 2-24
2.5.4 Viewing Transaction Monitor .................................................................... 2-26
Uploading Cards.................................................................................................... 2-26
Uploading Terminal ID........................................................................................... 2-28
Processing ATM Cash Deposits............................................................................ 2-28
Annexure A ............................................................................................... 3-1
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3.2
3.3
3.4
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3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
4.
Switch Software and Card Transactions Business.................................................. 3-1
ISO8583 Protocol Overview .................................................................................... 3-1
Switch Transaction Categories................................................................................ 3-2
Accounting Entries – ATM Transactions ................................................................. 3-2
3.4.1 Accounting Entries for Cash Withdrawal Transactions............................... 3-2
3.4.2 Accounting Entries for Balance Enquiry ..................................................... 3-3
3.4.3 Accounting Entries for Deposit ................................................................... 3-4
3.4.4 Accounting Entries for Funds Transfer ....................................................... 3-5
Accounting Entries - POS Purchase........................................................................ 3-5
Balance Handoff File Formats ................................................................................. 3-8
Network Settlement Message Format ..................................................................... 3-8
Merchant Settlement File Format .......................................................................... 3-10
Maintaining SWTB_PARAM Table ........................................................................ 3-11
Function ID Glossary ............................................................................... 4-1
1. Preface
1.1
Introduction
This manual talks about the interface between Oracle FLEXCUBE and the Switch software
system used in your bank. The maintenances required for the proper functioning of this
interface, the interface workflow, validations, and processing for the interface have been
documented in this manual.
1.2
Audience
This manual is intended for the following User/User Roles:
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Role
Function
Back office data entry Clerks
Input functions for maintenance related to the interface
Back office Managers/Officers
Authorization functions
Documentation Accessibility
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Program website at http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=acc&id=docacc.
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Abbreviations
Abbreviation
Description
System
Unless specified, it shall always refer to Oracle FLEXCUBE
CCY
Currency
SWITCH
Switch Software
BIN
Bank Identification Number
IMD
International Member Descriptor
OLTP
Online Transaction Processing
ATM
Automatic Teller Machine
POS
Point Of Sale
ISO
International Organization for Standardization
CMS
Card Management System
STAN
System Trace Audit Number
RRN
Retrieval Reference Number
Acquirer
Bank that deploys ATM/POS for acquiring transactions
Issuer
Bank that issues Cards to facilitate the Transactions
IC
Interest and Charges – Oracle FLEXCUBE module
EOC
End of Cycle
EOD
End of Day
SAF
Store and Forward
Msg
Message
MTI
Message Type Indicator
PAN
Primary Account Number
IVR
Interactive Voice Response
Organization
This manual is organized into the following chapters:
Chapter 1
About this Manual gives information on the intended audience. It
also lists the various chapters covered in this User Manual.
Chapter 2
Switch Interface Gateway - helps in processing both Financial and
Non-Financial Transactions.
Chapter 3
Annexure A – briefs the account of the Switch software domain and
the components in a Cards Transactions Business network.
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Chapter 4
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Function ID Glossary has alphabetical listing of Function/Screen ID's
used in the module with page references for quick navigation.
Related Documents
You may refer the following manuals for more information
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
User Manual of the Switch System installed in your Bank (This User manual is not
included in Oracle FLEXCUBE Manuals)

ISO documentation on ISO8583 protocol (This manual is not included in Oracle
FLEXCUBE User Manuals)
Glossary of Icons
This User Manual may refer to all or some of the following icons:
Icons
Function
Exit
Add row
Delete row
Option List
Refer the Procedures User Manual for further details about the icons.
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2. Switch Interface Gateway
2.1
Introduction
Oracle FLEXCUBE Switch Interface helps in processing both Financial and Non-Financial
Transactions. The interface helps in first validating each transaction request against the
Oracle FLEXCUBE database and then posting the transactions into the system.
The interface with Switch software system supports Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) and
Point Of Sale (POS) transactions originating from bank terminals or from Interchanges such
as VISA or MasterCard. Switch Interface also supports Interactive Voice Response (IVR)
transactions. The interface functionality includes the following:

Interface with support for ISO 1987/1993/2003 protocols

Authorization and posting of Switch/IVR transactions into Oracle FLEXCUBE
The following diagram illustrates the flow of messages via the Oracle FLEXCUBE – Switch
system interface.
2.2
Interface Functionalities
Following are the functionalities of the Oracle FLEXCUBE – Switch system interface.
2.2.1
ATM Transactions
The following functionalities are with respect to ATM transactions. This section describes all
Transactions required for Switch interface and expected accounting entries.
2.2.1.1
Cash Withdrawal
During a Cash Withdrawal transaction the product is determined and the preferences are
checked for processing. Amount blocking or account posting is done depending upon the
class of the message. Amount blocking will include all the charge components also (for Online
and Issuer). The balance amount is recorded after amount posting is done.
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Refer the Annexure chapter for the corresponding accounting entries.
2.2.1.2
Balance Enquiry
This facility produces a quote of the Account Balance for a given account. The following
balances are provided:

Ledger balance

Available balance

Unclear balance
You can select the ‘Include OD limit’ option when showing balance.
Refer the Annexure chapter for the corresponding accounting entries.
2.2.1.3
Mini Statement Enquiry
The interface facilitates the enquiry for Mini Statements. You can specify number of rows/the
period for which the statement is to be generated.
The statement can have the following columns:

Originating Branch Code

Transaction Literal

Transaction Amount Sign

Transaction Amount

Flag Dr/Cr

Value Date

Transmission Date

Transaction Reference Number
The accounting entries are the same as those for Balance Enquiry
2.2.1.4
Deposit
The system can automatically select the product based on the check or cash deposit. In case
of cash deposits the system checks whether immediate accounting or posting is required or
whether it is to be only logged.
Refer the Annexure chapter for the corresponding accounting entries.
2.2.1.5
Funds Transfer
This facility is used when a customer initiates a Fund Transfer between his accounts or to
another customer’s account. The Switch system will send both Account numbers in ISO
messages.
Refer the Annexure chapter for the corresponding accounting entries.
2.2.1.6
Utility Payments
This facility helps in making payments into a Utility Provider’s account.
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Accounting entries are same as that of Fund Transfer.
2.2.1.7
Ad-Hoc Statement Generation Request
Here the customer requests a Statement through the ATM. This request is reaches the Switch
interface at the bank where is passed to the Oracle FLEXCUBE system. Oracle FLEXCUBE
system will generate Book Dated statements by default. The period for which the statement
is required can be specified.
Accounting entries are same as that of Balance Enquiry.
2.2.1.8
Cheque Book Issue
The customer requests a Cheque Book via the ATM, thereby informing the bank. This request
is sent to the Oracle FLEXCUBE system via the interface. The number for cheque leaves can
be specified. The cheque numbers are automatically generated.
Accounting entries are same as those for Balance Enquiry.
Note
ATM transaction data will be handed-off to Mantas for the branch as per the Mantas maintenance. Transactions whose value date is same as the branch EOD date is extracted for
Mantas hand off. Transactions whose status is other than ‘Success or Reversed’ will not
be handed off to Mantas.
2.2.2
Point Of Sale Transactions
The following are the facilities provided for Point Of Sale (POS) Transactions.
2.2.2.1
POS Purchase
The customer initiates a normal purchase at Merchants POS Terminal. This purchase request
reaches Oracle FLEXCUBE via the Switch interface. Based on the purchase a product is
identified and the preferences are considered. Depending upon the message class, either
amount blocking or account posting is done. Amount blocking will include all the charge
components. The account balance is recorded after the amounts are posted.
Refer the Annexure chapter for the corresponding accounting entries.
2.2.2.2
Cash Advance
For cash advances the Oracle FLEXCUBE product is derived at and the preferences are
checked for processing. Depending upon the message class, either amount blocking or
account posting is done. Amount blocking will include all the charge components. The
account balance is recorded after the amounts are posted.
Accounting entries are same as that of POS purchase.
2.2.2.3
Refund
Accounting entries are similar to those of Cash Deposit.
2.2.2.4
Adjustments
The Adjustments facility corresponds to Partial Reversals in ATM, the difference being that Cr
Adjustments are also possible.
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Accounting entries are same as that of POS purchase.
2.2.2.5
Pre-auth-Completion
Pre-auth completion involves removing amount block.
Accounting entries are similar to those of POS purchase.
Note
Point of Sale (POS) transaction data will be handed-off to Mantas for the branch as per the
Mantas maintenance. Transactions whose value date is same as the branch EOD date is
extracted for mantas hand off. Transactions whose status is other than ‘Success or Reversed’ will not be handed off to Mantas.
2.2.3
IVR Transactions
The following transactions are supported by IVR:

Balance Enquiry

Mini Statement Enquiry

Ad-Hoc Statement Generation Request

Cheque Book Issue

Funds Transfer

Utility Payments
Note
IVR transaction data will be handed-off to Mantas for the branch as per the Mantas maintenance. Transactions whose value date is same as the branch EOD date is extracted for
Mantas hand off. Transactions whose status is other than ‘Success or Reversed’ will not
be handed off to Mantas.
2.3
Gateway Maintenance for Switch Interface
The following are the interface gateway maintenances done for setting up the Switch Interface
Gateway.
2.3.1
Maintaining Upload Source
The Upload Source is maintained in the ‘Upload Source Maintenance’ screen. You can invoke
the ‘Upload Source Maintenance’ screen by typing ‘CODSORCE’ in the field at the top right
corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
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In the above screen the Source Code – FLEXSWITCH – and the brief description of the
source are maintained.
2.3.2
Maintaining FLEXSWITCH External System
The FLEXSWITCH external system is maintained in the ‘External System - Detailed’ screen.
Here you can maintain the Correlation pattern, Message pattern, and Queue names for the
external system i.e. FLEXSWITCH.
You can invoke the ‘External System - Detailed’ screen by typing ‘GWDEXSYS’ in the field at
the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
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You must specify the following in the above screen.
External System and Description
Specify the External System as ‘FLEXSWITCH’. You may optionally give a brief description
of the External System too.
Correlation Pattern - Request
Select and set ‘Correlation ID’ against this field.
Message Exchange Pattern – Request Message
Select ‘Input only’ from the adjoining drop-down list.
Message Exchange Pattern – Request Message
Select ‘Full screen’ from the adjoining drop-down list.
Default Response Queue
Specify the default response queue as ‘SW_MDB_QUEUE_RESPONSE’.
Dead Letter Queue
Specify the dead letter queue as ‘MDB_QEUEU_DLQ’.
XSD Validation Required
Select this checkbox if the request xml and response xml has to be validated against the XSD.
Register Response Queue Message Id
Select this checkbox to register the response queue message Id.
External System Queues
Give the External IN-QUEUE and RESPONSE-QUEUE for Switch.
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2.3.3
Specifying External System Functions
You can specify the external system’s functions in the ‘External System Functions – Detailed’
screen. Here you can maintain Function ID, Action, Service name and Operation code for the
Switch Interface Gateway External system.
You can invoke the ‘External System Functions – Detailed’ screen by typing ‘GWDEXFUN’ in
the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow
button.
External System
Select the External system – FLEXSWITCH – from the list of options available.
Function
Select the Function id from list.
Once you have entered the above details the following fields are filled automatically:
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Action

Service Name

Operation Code
Specifying Source Preferences
You can set the preferences for the External system in the ‘Upload Source Preferences
Maintenance’ screen.
You can invoke the ‘Upload Source Preferences Maintenance’ screen by typing
‘CODUPLDM’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the
adjoining arrow button.
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Source Code
Select Source Code - FLEXSWITCH - from the list.
Module Code
Select Module Code from the list of options.
On Override
Select ‘Ignore’ to ignore error handling overrides.
On Exception
Select ‘Reject’ to reject error handling exceptions.
Post Upload Status
Select ‘Authorized’ for the uploads to be automatically authorized on completion of the upload
process.
Leave the following checkboxes cleared:
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
Allow Deferred Processing

Allow EOD with Deferred

Allow Delete
Switch Interface Maintenance
You must perform the following maintenances for the Oracle FLEXCUBE – Switch system
interface.
2.4.1
Defining Currency for Currency Code Conversion
ISO numeric currency codes are converted into Oracle FLEXCUBE’s alpha numeric currency
code. The definition for the conversion is maintained against the ‘ISO Numeric Currency
Code’ field in the Currency Definition screen as shown below.
You can invoke the ‘Currency Definition’ screen by typing ‘CYDCDEFN’ in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
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2.4.2
Maintaining Card Transaction Limits
You can maintain card and currency wise transaction limits here. You can invoke this screen
by typing ‘SWDCDTLM’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and
clicking the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following:
Card Type
Specify the type of card.
Card Description
Give a brief description about the type of card.
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Limit Details
Currency Code
Select the currency code from the adjoining option list.
ATM Daily Transaction Limit
Specify the daily transaction limit of the ATM.
ATM Per Transaction Limit
Specify the per transaction limit of the ATM. If the transaction limit is zero, then there is no
limit validation.
ATM Daily Count Limit
Specify the daily count limit of the ATM.If the transaction limit is zero, then there is no limit
validation.
POS Daily Limit
Specify the daily limit of POS. If the transaction limit is zero, then there is no limit validation.
POS Per Transaction Limit
Specify the per transaction limit of POS. If the transaction limit is zero, then there is no limit
validation.
POS Daily Count Limit
Specify the daily count limit of POS. If the transaction limit is zero, then there is no limit
validation.
2.4.3
ATM/Debit Card Mapping for Card Account Number Conversion
The interface facilitates conversion of ATM Card Number and Card Account Number to
Oracle FLEXCUBE’s alphanumeric account number. For this facility you must map the card
account numbers to Oracle FLEXCUBE account numbers. This mapping can be done in the
‘Debit Card Oracle FLEXCUBE Account Mapping’ screen. Upload will be provided for this
date tends to be in bulk and banks will prefer to maintain it using handoffs.
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You can invoke the ‘ATM/Debit Card FCC Account Mapping’ screen by typing ‘SWDCDMNT’
in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow
button.
You must maintain the following mandatory fields in the above screen.
Card Number and Card Account Number
Specify the card number and the card account number here. This must be a unique
combination. The Card Account Number is mandatory only when the transaction account is
the Card Account and not the account maintained in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
Branch
Specify the card issuer branch from the list of options available alongside.
Account Number
From the list of options available alongside, specify the Oracle FLEXCUBE account number
for which the card has been issued.
Customer Name
The system displays the name of the customer.
Currency
The system displays the currency of the account.
Card Type
The system displays the card type based on the Account currency maintained in the 'Card
Transaction Limits' maintenance screen.
Limit Applicability
Select the limit applicability from the adjoining drop-down list. The values available are:

Default - On choosing Default, the system defaults the daily limit for ATM/POS
maintained at Card Transaction limit level.

Special - On choosing Special, system allows to enter the daily limits for ATM/POS
manually.
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Limits
ATM Daily Transaction Limit
Specify the daily transaction limit of the ATM.
ATM Daily Count Limit
Specify the daily count limit of the ATM.
POS Daily Transaction Limit
Specify the daily transaction limit of the POS.
POS Daily Count Limit
Specify the daily count limit of the POS.
Note
CASA account closure is validated if any active card mapping exists in the card to account
mapping screen
Utilization
ATM Utilized Limit
System defaults the utilized limit when ATM Cash withdrawal transaction is posted.
ATM Utilized Count
System displays the utilized count when the ATM cash withdrawal transaction is posted
POS Utilized Limit
System displays the utilized count when the POS transaction is posted.
POS Utilized CountSystem displays the utilized count when the POS transaction is posted.
The above limits are updated for both ON-US and Remote ON-US transactions
When any of the ATM/POS transaction is reversed respective utilized limit/count will also be
updated accordingly.
Note
If Daily transaction limit is lesser than the per transaction limit for both ATM/POS, then the
system throws an appropriate error.
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2.4.4
Maintaining Channel Details
You can define channel names using ‘Channel Details’ screen. You can invoke this screen by
typing ‘SWDCHNID’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking
the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details here:
Channel
Specify the channels like ATM/IVR/POS and ALL. These channels are factory shipped.
Description
Enter a brief description about channels.
2.4.5
Maintaining Process Code Mapping Details
All transaction requests from the switch system are conveyed in ISO transaction codes.
These are resolved into corresponding specific transactions in Oracle FLEXCUBE. For this
you must maintain the ISO transaction code and its corresponding Oracle FLEXCUBE
transaction literal in the ‘Process Code Mapping Details’ maintenance screen.
Create and maintain process code types for all Oracle FLEXCUBE literals in the ‘Process
Code Mapping Details’ screen. You can invoke the ‘Process Code Mapping Details’ screen
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by typing ‘SWDFCLTL’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking
the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following details here.
Oracle FLEXCUBE Literal
Select the Oracle FLEXCUBE literal from the drop-down list available alongside. This is a
mandatory field. You can enter additional information in the editor that is displayed on clicking
the adjoining icon.
Process Code Type
Specify the first two characters from the ISO process code here. It is a two-digit unique
number. This is a mandatory field.
Channel
Specify a channel that should be used. The adjoining option list displays all valid channels
maintained in the system. You can choose the appropriate one.
External Transaction Code
Specify the external transaction code here. This is an optional field.
Description
Optionally you can specify a brief description of your maintenance here.
2.4.6
Maintaining Network Details
For every network interacting with the SWITCH system, you need to maintain the Network,
Issuers and Acquirer details. This maintenance is done in the ‘Network Details’ screen as
shown below.
You can invoke the ‘Network Details’ screen by typing ‘SWDNWDET’ in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
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Network ID
Specify the Network Id of the card issuing agency here. This is a mandatory field.
Account Number and Account Branch
Specify the Account Number from the list of options available alongside each field. This
account number – a Nostro account – belongs to the specify Network Id. This is used to post
entries when the corresponding network is involved in the transaction. It is a mandatory field.
Depending on the Account Number selected, the corresponding Account Branch is displayed.
Issuer and Acquirer Details
Acquirer is the Bank that owns the ATM and POS terminals and offer access to card holders
from their own and also other banks. Issuer is the Bank that issues the Card to account
holders and authorizes/posts transactions.
You must maintain the Issuer and Acquirer Banks for the network here. Specify the BIN (Bank
Identification Number ) alias IMD ( International Member Descriptor ) to identify the Acquirer
and Issuer. You may also specify a description for each.
2.4.7
Maintaining Merchant Details
You may have various POS machines at different locations, each having their own Merchant
Details. For facilitating POS transaction you must maintain the Merchant Details in the screen
as shown below.
You can invoke the ‘Merchant Details’ screen by typing ‘SWDMRCID’ in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
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Merchant Id
Specify the Merchant ID of the POS machine here. This is mandatory.
Account Branch
Specify the related branch of the Merchant’s account here. This is mandatory.
Account Number
Specify the Merchant’s account number here. This is mandatory. This will be the Oracle
FLEXCUBE account to which postings will be done.
2.4.8
Maintaining Terminal Details
You must maintain Terminal Details such as the Originating branch, Cash GL and Terminal
ID for each ATM or POS Terminal. This is done in the ‘Terminal Details’ screen as shown
below.
You can invoke the ‘Terminal Details’ screen by typing ‘SWDTRMID’ in the field at the top right
corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
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Terminal ID
Specify the unique terminal ID of the ATM machine/POS machine to uniquely identify then.
This is mandatory.
Channel
Specify a channel that should be used. The adjoining option list displays all valid channels
maintained in the system. You can choose the appropriate one.
Note
–
If you select the channel as IVR, then you need to leave ‘Intelligent Deposit’ option
unchecked.
–
If you select the channel as IVR, then the options ‘Cash General Ledger number’
and ‘Merchant ID’ should be blank.
Originating Branch
Specify the Originating Branch from the list of options given alongside. It is either the issuer
branch of the POS or the ATM branch, as the case may be.
Cash GL Account
This field is enabled and is mandatory for ATM type terminals only. Specify the Cash GL
Account form the adjoining list of options.
Merchant ID
This field is enabled and is mandatory for POS type terminals only. Specify the Merchant ID
here.
Terminal Address
Specify the address of the terminal here.
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Intelligent Deposits
This checkbox is valid only for ATM terminals. Select this checkbox to indicate the ATM
provides Intelligent Deposits facility. In the Intelligent Deposits facility, accounting entries are
done as soon as the customer makes the Deposit.
2.4.9
Maintaining Utility Provider Details
Maintain the details of a utility provider in the ‘Utility Provider Details’ screen. You can invoke
the ‘Utility Provider Details’ screen by typing ‘SWDUPDET’ in the field at the top right corner
of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
Utility Provider Id
Specify the Utility Provider Id here.
Account Branch
Specify the related branch of the Merchant’s account here. This is mandatory.
Account Number
Specify the Merchant’s account number here. This is mandatory. This will be the Oracle
FLEXCUBE account to which postings will be done.
Description
Optionally you can give a brief description of the utility provider here.
2.4.10
Maintaining Product Types for Product Derivation
Every transaction request from the switch system is assigned under a particular product type.
This maintenance is done in the ‘Product Type Maintenance’ screen. Here, you can map
products to Oracle FLEXCUBE literals.
For every transaction request the Oracle FLEXCUBE product is derived based on the
Category, Oracle FLEXCUBE literal and the Customer Category.
You can invoke the ‘Product Type Maintenance’ screen by typing ‘SWDPRMAP’ in the field
at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
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You can specify the following details here.
Oracle FLEXCUBE Literal
Select a three digit literal from the list of options available alongside.
Category
Select the category of the transaction – On-Us, Off-Us or Remote-On-Us – from the list of
options available alongside.
Customer Category
Select a customer category from the list of options available alongside.
Channel
Specify the channel that should be used for transaction. The adjoining option list displays all
the channels maintained in the system.
Note
ATM, POS and IVR requests may come from the same port or from different ports based
on the configuration done in the property file. If they are configured to arrive from different
ports, then the channel is identified based on the port number. If they are configured to
arrive from the same port then the channel is identified as ‘ALL’. It is also possible that
some of the channels alone share a port.
Product Code
From the list of options available alongside, select the Oracle FLEXCUBE product code to be
mapped to the specified literal.
Network
Select the network from the list of options available alongside.
Acquirer Country
Select the country of the acquirer from the list of options available alongside.
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2.4.11
Showing Amount Block Transactions in Account Statements
You can have any field from the transaction log included in the Customer Account statement
generation. Additionally you can also choose to include transactions that resulted in amount
blocks.
You can invoke the ‘Amount Block Input’ screen by typing ‘CADAMBLK in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button. Click the new
button on the Application toolbar.
Note
The system performs the action level access rights validation only on ‘Save’ operation.
Account Number
Specify the Oracle FLEXCUBE account number for blocking the amount. This field is
mandatory.
Amount Block Number
Amount block number is unique and is created after the amount block creation.
Amount
Specify the Amount blocked. This field is mandatory.
Expiry Date
Specify the expiry date of the Amount Block.
Effective Date
Specify the date from which the Amount block is effective.
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Amount Block
This list shows Switch, Oracle FLEXCUBE, and Pre-Auth. If the amount block is done via
Switch, then it must be selected here.
Remark
Optionally you may add your remarks here.
2.4.12
Modifying a Product Preferences Screen
During the implementation of the Switch interface system you can use the following facility to
modify the ‘Preferences’ screen for a product.
You can invoke the ‘Retail Teller Product Preferences’ screen by typing ‘DEDRTPRM’ in the
field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
You may select the following checkboxes if you wish to have them in a product’s ‘Preferences’
screen.

Partial Reversals allowed

Reversal Includes charges - Reversal should reverse charges

2.4.13
Switch product
Maintaining Charges for Non-financial Transactions
You can have the following non financial transactions charged:

Balance Enquiry

Cheque Book request

Mini statement request

Ad-hoc statement request
You can facilitate the above service by first using the ‘Retail Teller Product Maintenance’ to
maintain a Retail Teller product as shown below.
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You can invoke the ‘Retail Teller Product Maintenance’ screen by typing ‘DEDRTPRM’ in the
field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
You must next do the ARC Maintenance for the above product in the ‘ARC Maintenance’
screen as shown below. In the ARC Maintenance you can maintain the charges for the
various non-financial transactions under the CHARGE 1-5 tabs. The transaction amounts will
be zero and so the accounting entries will have only the charges.
2.4.14
ARC Maintenance
You can maintain the charges for the product type in the ARC Maintenance screen.
You can invoke the 'ARC Maintenance’ screen by typing ‘IFDATMMN’ in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
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The ARC maintenance is done for the product Cash Withdrawal (CHWL).You can maintain
charges (under charge tabs CHARGE1 -5) for both financial and non-financial transactions.
CHARGE1 must be the Transaction Fee. The Description under ‘CHARGE1’ tab should be
given as TXN_FEE. CHARGE2 must be the Transaction Processing Fee. The Description
under the ‘CHARGE2’ tab should be given as TXN_PROCESS_FEE.
2.4.15
Service Charges for Inter- branch Transactions
In a transaction, if the account branch of the teller transaction is different from the transaction
branch, then charges maintained by inter-branch product will be applied to the transaction.
If the IB checkbox is checked for a product, then the system will pick up and process the
charge entries maintained at the IB product level.
During a transaction, If IB product is not maintained and if the transaction branch is different
from account branch, then charges maintained in non-ib product will be applied to the
transaction.
IB Transaction
Check this box if you want the system to pick up the product for inter-branch transactions.
You will notice the difference in the service charges processed for two transactions with same
kind of product.
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Refer the chapter ‘Maintaining Account, Rate, and Charge Details’ in the FCC_Host_Clearing
user manual, for detailed explanation of the fields in this screen..
2.5
Batch Processes
The following batch processes are part of the Oracle FLEXCUBE – Switch Interface.
For more information on Batch Processes refer the corresponding Oracle FLEXCUBE user
manual.
2.5.1
Maintaining Batches for Batch Operations
You can maintain the following batches for Batch Operations in the ‘Batch EOD Function
Inputs’ screen:

SWSWRECN – Switch Reconciliation Batch

SWDPRCRT – Process Transaction Batch

SWNETSET – Network Settlement Batch

SWMERSET – Merchant Settlement Batch

SWDPURGE – Adhoc Purge Batch

SWDRETBT – Retry and Suspense Processing Batch.
You can invoke the ‘Batch EOD Function Inputs’ screen by typing ‘BADEODFE’ in the field
at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
2.5.2
Settlement Upload
You can perform settlement uploads for the Switch, Network and Merchant categories from
the ‘Settlement Upload’ screen. You can invoke the ‘Settlement Upload’ screen by typing
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‘SWDUPLST’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the
adjoining arrow button.
You need to specify the following details.
Channel
Select the channel to be used while uploading settlement files into Oracle FLEXCUBE, from
the adjoining drop-down list. The following values are available:

ALL

ATM

POS

IVR
Based on the channel specified, the system will pick up the appropriate Retail Teller product
and ARC maintenance for settlement and reconciliation processing.
Category
The categories for which you can perform settlement upload are:

Switch

Network

Merchant
In the above screen you can specify the Reconciliation File/Network file/Merchant upload file’s
name and path.
2.5.3
Intra Day Batch
You can run the following Functions in the ‘Intra Day Batch Start’ screen:

SWSWRECN – This is the batch for the reconciliation file.

SWNETSET– This is the batch for the network file.

SWDPRCRT – This batch removes the amount block.

SWMERSET – This is the batch for Merchant settlement.

SWDPURGE – This is the batch for Adhoc purge of transaction data to history table.

SWDRETBT – This is the batch for retry and suspense processing.
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Once the batches are successfully run, their corresponding accounting entries will be posted.
You can invoke the 'Intra Day Batch Start’ screen by typing ‘BADIDBAT’ in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
Click ‘Ok’ button to initiate the Intra Day Batch process.
You can monitor the status of successfully run SWSWRECN and SWNETSET functions in the
‘Intra Day Batch Start Monitor’ screen.
You can invoke the 'Intra Day Batch Start Monitor’ screen by typing ‘BASIDMTR’ in the field
at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
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2.5.4
Viewing Transaction Monitor
You can view a summary of transaction status in the ‘Switch Transaction Monitor’ screen. You
can invoke this screen by typing ‘SWDTXQRY’ in the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
Here you can view the following details.
Transaction Log
You can view the number of transactions in the following statuses.

WIP

Success

Repair

Failed

Total
Retry Log
You can view the retry log of transactions in the following statuses.
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
Unprocessed

Success

Suspense

Reversed

Total
Uploading Cards
You can upload card account mapping maintenance through the ‘Debit Card FCC Account
Upload’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘SWDCDUPL’ in the field at the top right
corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
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You can specify the following details.
File Name
Specify the name of the file that should be uploaded.
File Path
Specify the path from where the file should be picked up for uploading.
Intraday Sequence Number
The system generates a sequence number for the upload transaction and displays it here.
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2.7
Uploading Terminal ID
You can upload terminal ID maintenance through the ‘Terminal ID Upload’ screen. You can
invoke this screen by typing ‘SWDTIDUP’ in the field at the top right corner of the Application
tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
You can specify the following details.
File Name
Specify the name of the file that should be uploaded.
File Path
Specify the path from where the file should be picked up for uploading.
Intraday Sequence No
The system generates a sequence number for the upload transaction and displays it here.
2.8
Processing ATM Cash Deposits
Cash deposits can happen at ATMs which don’t have the Intelligent Deposits facility. For such
ATMs the ‘Intelligent Deposits’ option also is not selected in Terminal Details maintenance. In
the case of such ATMs the cash deposit details are stored as a ‘Tanked Deposit Transaction’
until you can validate the transaction amount.
For Tanked Deposit Transactions, accounting entries are not passed until the transaction
amount is validated and authorised. You can validate the transaction amounts of Tanked
Deposit Transactions in the ‘ATM Cash Deposit Details’ screen.
You can invoke the ‘ATM Cash Deposit Details’ screen by typing ‘SWDCSHDP’ in the field at
the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking the adjoining arrow button.
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You must validate the tanked deposit by specifying the actual transaction amount in the
‘Actual Amount’ field. Once done, click ‘Exit’ button to exit and save your validation.
The following details are displayed in the above screen. The details give information regarding
the cash deposit.
Transaction Account
This displays the Oracle FLEXCUBE account which has been linked to the Card Account
Number.
Transaction Currency
This field displays the Oracle FLEXCUBE currency which has been linked to the numeric
currency in the ISO message.
Transaction Amount
This is the deposit amount sent through the ISO message.
Local Currency Amount
If a local currency has been maintained then the transaction amount is converted to the local
currency and displayed here.
Transaction Date
This is the Deposit transaction date as sent in the ISO message.
Transaction Reference Number
This is the Transaction Reference Number which is generated for the deposit transaction.
Charge Currency and Charge Currency 1-4
Charges may be levied as Transaction Fee, Transaction Processing Fee and as other
charges maintained in Oracle FLEXCUBE. The currency that has been defined for the
corresponding charge is displayed here.
Charge Amount and Charge Amount 1-4
The charge amount for the corresponding charge is displayed here.
Charge Description and Charge Description 1-4
The description for the charge is displayed here.
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3. Annexure A
3.1
Switch Software and Card Transactions Business
The following is a brief account of the Switch software domain and the components in a Cards
Transactions Business network.
The following diagram illustrates the components in the switch network.
ATMs and POS Terminals are connected with the Switch Software system using proprietary
message protocol depending on the upon the terminal device type. Switch software is also
connected with ‘Interchanges’ like VISA and MasterCard.
A switch software system provides the following functionalities:
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
Maintaining all ATM / POS / Interchange information

Maintaining Card Number to Account Number Linkages

Receiving Card Transactions from ATM / POS terminals and checking PIN and Card
status

Forwarding the Transactions to Host Banking Systems like Oracle FLEXCUBE after
converting proprietary protocol into ISO8583 protocol

Performing ‘stand-in’ authorization incase of Link to Host systems are down

Refreshing Account balances from Banking Systems ( to use Stand-in )
ISO8583 Protocol Overview
ISO8583 protocol is called the ‘Financial Transaction Standard for Card originated messages
and Interchange message specifications’. This protocol provides for the exchange of
information between an ‘Acquirer’ and an ‘Issuer’ for card transactions. The terms ‘Acquirer’
and ‘Issuer’ are explained below.
Acquirer
An Acquirer is the Bank that deploys the self servicing devices like ATM /POS and may have
a switch system software and Interchange connections.
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Issuer
An Issuer is the Bank that issues cards to its customers. It has the database of accounts and
is connected to the Switch system software. In the course of transactions via the switch
system, Issuers respond to Acquirers with approval or rejection messages.
3.3
Switch Transaction Categories
The Switch system transaction flows can happen in three different ways. Each flow is termed
as a Category of the transaction. The categories are from the Issuer bank’s perspective. The
following example explains the categories.
Consider that Oracle FLEXCUBE system is installed at YOUR BANK. Consider another bank,
say HSBC, with which you can have card based transactions. Then the following are the
categories depending upon which bank’s Card or Terminal is involved.
3.4
Cards
ATM/POS Terminal
Category of Transaction
YOUR BANK Cards
YOUR BANK
On-Us
YOUR BANK Cards
HSBC
Remote-On-Us
HSBC Cards
YOUR BANK
Off-Us
Accounting Entries – ATM Transactions
The following are the various accounting entries for ATM Transactions.
3.4.1
Accounting Entries for Cash Withdrawal Transactions
ON US
DR CUSTOMER A/CBILL-AMT (converted to a/c ccy)
CRCASH GLTXN-AMT
DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLTXN_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLTXN_PROCESS_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CFC_CHARGES (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLFC_CHARGES
Remote – ON US
DR CUSTOMER A/CBILL-AMT ( converted to a/c ccy)
CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLSETL_AMT
DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
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CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_PROCESS_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CFC_CHARGES (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLFC_CHARGES
During Network Settlement
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL SETL_AMT
CRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CSETL_AMT (converted to a/c ccy)
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL TXN_FEE
CRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL TXN_PROCESS_FEE
CRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
OFF- US
DR NETWORK SUSPENSE GLSETL-AMT (converted to a/c ccy)
CRCASH GLTXN-AMT
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_FEE (converted to setl ccy)
CRP&L GLTXN_FEE
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_PROCESS_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&L GLTXN_PROCESS_FEE
During Network Settlement
DRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CSETL_AMT ( converted to a/c ccy)
CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL SETL_AMT
DRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CTXN_FEE
CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
DRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE ( converted to a/c ccy)
CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL TXN_PROCESS_FEE
3.4.2
Accounting Entries for Balance Enquiry
ON US
DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLTXN_FEE
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DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLTXN_PROCESS_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CFC_CHARGES (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLFC_CHARGES
R-ONUS
DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_PROCESS_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CFC_CHARGES (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLFC_CHARGES
During Network Settlement
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL TXN_FEE
CRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL TXN_PROCESS_FEE
CRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
OFF-US
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_FEE (converted to setl ccy)
CRP&LGLTXN_FEE
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_PROCESS_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&L GLTXN_PROCESS_FEE
During Network Settlement
DRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CTXN_FEE
CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
DRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE ( converted to a/c ccy)
CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL TXN_PROCESS_FEE
3.4.3
Accounting Entries for Deposit
ON US
DRCASH GLTXN-AMT
CR CUSTOMER A/CBILL-AMT (converted to a/c ccy)
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DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLTXN_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLTXN_PROCESS_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CFC_CHARGES (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLFC_CHARGES
3.4.4
Accounting Entries for Funds Transfer
ON US
DR FROM A/CBILL-AMT (converted to a/c ccy)
CRTO A/CTXN-AMT (converted to a/c ccy)
DRFROM A/CTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLTXN_FEE
DRFROM A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLTXN_PROCESS_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CFC_CHARGES (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLFC_CHARGES
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Accounting Entries - POS Purchase
ON US
DR CUSTOMER A/CBILL-AMT (converted to a/c ccy)
CRMERCHANT SUSPENSE GLTXN-AMT
DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLTXN_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE (in a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLTXN_PROCESS_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CFC_CHARGES (converted to a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLFC_CHARGES
During Merchant Settlement
DRMERCHANT SUSPENSE GL TXN_AMT– COMMISSION (a/c ccy)
CRMERCHANT A/CTXN_AMT– COMMISSION (a/c ccy)
DRMERCHANT SUSPENSE GL COMMISSION
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CRP&LGLCOMMISSION
Remote – ON US
DR CUSTOMER A/CBILL-AMT (converted to a/c ccy)
CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLSETL-AMT
DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE (a/c ccy)
CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_PROCESS_FEE
DRCUSTOMER A/CFC_CHARGES (a/c ccy)
CRP&LGLFC_CHARGES
During Network Settlement
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL SETL_AMT
CRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CSETL_AMT (converted to a/c ccy)
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL TXN_FEE
CRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL TXN_PROCESS_FEE
CRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE (a/c ccy)
OFF-US
DR NETWORK SUSPENSE GLSETL-AMT (converted to a/c ccy)
CRMERCHANT SUSPENSE GL TXN-AMT (converted to a/c ccy)
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_FEE (converted to setl ccy)
CRP&LGLTXN_FEE
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GLTXN_PROCESS_FEE (a/c ccy)
CRP&L GLTXN_PROCESS_FEE
During Network Settlement
DRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CSETL_AMT
CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL SETL_AMT
DRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL TXN_FEE
CRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CTXN_FEE (converted to a/c ccy)
DRNETWORK NOSTRO A/CTXN_PROCESS_FEE (a/c ccy)
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CRNETWORK SUSPENSE GL TXN_PROCESS_FEE
During Merchant Settlement
DRMERCHANT SUSPENSE GLTXN_AMT – COMMISSION
CRMERCHANT A/C TXN_AMT – COMMISSION
DRMERCHANT SUSPENSE GL COMMISSION
CRP&LGLCOMMISSION
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3.6
Balance Handoff File Formats
Oracle FLEXCUBE generates ASCII files (‘|’ separated) with the balances of all the accounts
that are linked with Cards. The following table gives the general Balance Handoff File Format
of Oracle FLEXCUBE. You may have a different format installed as per your requirements.
Header
Field Sequence #
Field Name
1
No. of Accounts
2
Check Digits
3
Time Stamp
Body
Field
Sequence #
Field Name
Size
(Characters)
1
Branch code
3
Oracle FLEXCUBE
branch code
2
Customer Account number
28
Account number
3
Account Currency
3
Account currency
code - alpha
6
Available balance. This
represents the amount
available for withdrawal/
spending. Switch should
stand-in based on this
field.
22
Available balance
from Oracle FLEXCUBE. Limit to be
included should be
definable.
Description
Footer
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Field
sequence #
Field Name
1
No. of Accounts
2
Check Digits
3
Time Stamp
Network Settlement Message Format
The following table gives the format of the file accepted by Oracle FLEXCUBE for network
settlements. Fields are separated by ‘|’ pipe symbol and the amounts are with decimal
included. The following table gives the general format in Oracle FLEXCUBE. You may have
a different format installed as per your requirements.
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Field
Sequence
Number
Field Name
Size
Mandatory
(M) /
Optional
(O)
1
Message type
n4
O
2
Card number
n19
M
3
Branch code
n3
O
4
Bank account
number
ans
28
M
5
Transaction
Code
ans
10
M
05 - Sale, 06 - Refund, 07Cash Wdl, 25 - Sale reversal,
26 - Refund reversal, 27 - Cash
wdl reversal. Refer Transaction
service derivation logic in earlier sections.
6
processing
code
ans
6
O
This is used for information purpose
7
Transaction
Amount
n 22
M
Refer Amount derivation logic
8
Transaction
ccy
n3
M
Refer Amount derivation logic
9
Settlement
Amount
n 22
O
Refer Amount derivation logic
10
Settlement
Currency
n3
O
Refer Amount derivation logic
11
Billing Amount
n 22
O
Refer Amount derivation logic
12
Billing currency
n3
O
Refer Amount derivation logic
13
Transaction
Date (Format
YYYYMMDD)
s8
M
Used for Transaction matching
14
Transaction
Time
s6
M
15
STAN
an
12
M
Used for Transaction matching
16
Original STAN
An12
O
Used in reversals
17
Acquirer ID
asn
6
M
Used for Transaction matching
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Remarks
If it is optional, original or reversal is identified based on Transaction code
Mandatory
(M) /
Optional
(O)
Remarks
ans
16
M
Used for Transaction matching
Card Acceptor
ID
ans
20
O
20
Merchant Id
ans
20
O
21
Merchant
Name
ans
40
M
Information purpose
22
Merchant City
ans
40
M
Information purpose
23
Merchant
Country
asn
10
O
24
Merchant Category code
n4
M
25
Retrieval reference number of
transaction
an
12
M
26
Authorization
Code
ans
6
M
Used for Transaction matching
27
Authorization
Reference
ans
20
O
Some other reference for
matching
28
Response
code
n4
O
if sent, only 00 is considered for
processing
29
Domestic flag
S1
O
D – Domestic
Field
Sequence
Number
Field Name
Size
18
Terminal ID
19
I – International
R – regional (Europe)
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30
Settlement
Account
Ans2
8
O
31
Pre-Auth and
Charge back
Data
Ans
45
O
Applicable only in case of Reconciliation
Merchant Settlement File Format
The following table gives the format of the file accepted by Oracle FLEXCUBE for Merchant
Settlements. Fields are separated by ‘|’ pipe symbols. The following table gives the general
format in Oracle FLEXCUBE. You may have a different format installed as per your
requirements.
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3.9
Field
Sequence
#
Field Name
Length
Mandatory /
Optional
1
Merchant ID
an 15
M
To be used to derive merchant a/c
2
Transaction
code
2
M
To be used to derive the
product
3
Processing
code
6
O
ISO type processing code
6
Event date
8
O
Batch processing date
7
Amount
22
M
Total amount settled to
merchant
Currency
3
M
8
Tax Amount
22
O
reserved for future use
9
DrCr Flag
1
O
incase switch sends, use it
10
Commission
Amount
22
O
To be detected
11
Commission
Flag
1
O
commission flag incase
sent
12
Commission
currency code
3
O
commission currency
code
13
Merchant current a/c
28
O
incase merchant ID is not
having any maintenance
at Oracle FLEXCUBE
14
Branch code
3
O
Merchant branch code
15
Bank code
10
O
Merchant bank code
16
User Info
30
O
Reserved for CSE
Description
Maintaining SWTB_PARAM Table
The SWTB_PARAM is the single record table for SWIG initial parameters. The maintenances
in this table are done during implementation of the Switch Interface Gateway system. This is
for your information only.
FOLLOW_ON
Y
AMOUNT_BLOCK
Y
SETL_BEFORE_FILE
Y
LOG_TABLE_KEY
MSG_TYPE~RR
N
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CHG_ON_BALENQ
N
CHG_ON_ADSTMT
N
CHG_ON_MISTMT
N
CHG_ON_CHQBK
N
NO_TXN_MISTMT
10
ISO_VERSION
0
NO_CHK_LEAVES
25
ACC_STMT_PERIOD
1
UTIL_PROV_ACC_SEND
Y
BLOCK_EXP_DAYS
30
MAX_RETRY_COUNT
5
FCC_ACC_FROM_SWITCH
N
ONLY_PAN_FROM_SWITCH
N

If FOLLOW_ON= ‘Y’ then
–
for 200 MSG_TYPE Amount Block is done
–
for 220 MSG_TYPE Parent message will be checked

If FOLLOW_ON= ‘N’ then for 200 and 220 MSG_TYPE it will check if
AMOUNT_BLOCK= ‘Y’ then all 200 and 220 MSG will perform amount block.

If SETL_BEFORE_FILE= ‘Y’ then all remote on-us and off-us transaction will perform
Retail Teller transaction and accounting entries.

If SETL_BEFORE_FILE= ‘N’ then all remote on-us and off-us transaction will do the
Amount block and Retail Teller transaction will completed at the time of settlement file.

LOG_TABLE_KEY is for making the primary key for ATM transaction.

If CHG_ON_BALENQ =’Y’ then for balance enquiry transaction, if charge is defined
then it will be deducted from the customer account.

If CHG_ON_ADSTMT= ‘Y’ then for adhoc statement transaction, if charge is defined
then it will be deducted from customer account.

If CHG_ON_MISTMT = ‘Y’ then for mini statement transaction, if charge is defined then
it will be deducted from customer account.

If CHG_ON_CHQBK=’Y’ then for cheque book request transaction, if charge is defined
then it will be deducted from customer account.

NO_TXN_MISTMT defines the number of latest transactions that should appear in a
mini statement. (E.g. If NO_TXN_MISTMT=10 then in the mini statement the latest 10
transactions will be displayed).

ISO_VERSION has only three type of value 0, 1 and 2.This gives the ISO 8583
message version.

–
1987 = 0
–
1993 = 1
–
2003 = 2
NO_CHK_LEAVES defines the number of pages that should be in one cheque book.
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
ACC_STMT_PERIOD defines the duration of account statement period.(e.g. If
ACC_STMT_PERIOD=1 then duration is 1 month).

If UTIL_PROV_ACC_SEND=’Y’ means for utility payment we have to send the account
number in 102 field. If UTIL_PROV_ACC_SEND=’N’ then Oracle FLEXCUBE will send
the provider id not an account number.

BLOCK_EXP_DAYS defines the number of days for amount block. (E.g. If
BLOCK_EXP_DAYS =30 then after 30 days the amount block on the account expires).
Block expiry days will also be used to calculate the purge date for switch transaction.

MAX_RETRY_COUNT defines the number of times for Retail Teller transactions to try
for a single transaction if it fails.

If FCC_ACC_FROM_SWITCH=’Y’ then transaction account is same as Oracle
FLEXCUBE account. If FCC_ACC_FROM_SWITCH=’N’ then transaction account is
card account not Oracle FLEXCUBE account.

If ONLY_PAN_FROM_SWITCH=’Y’ then transaction account is not mandatory in ISO
request (i.e. No need to give card account or Oracle FLEXCUBE account in request).

If ONLY_PAN_FROM_SWITCH=’N’ then in request transaction account is mandatory.
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4. Function ID Glossary
B
I
BADEODFE ........................ 2-24
BADIDBAT .......................... 2-26
BASIDMTR ......................... 2-26
IFDATMMN ........................ 2-22
S
SWDCDMNT ...................... 2-11
SWDCDUPL ....................... 2-27
SWDCHNID ........................ 2-13
SWDCSHDP ...................... 2-29
SWDFCLTL ........................ 2-14
SWDNWDET ...................... 2-15
SWDPRMAP ...................... 2-18
SWDTIDUP ........................ 2-29
SWDTRMID ........................ 2-16
SWDTXQRY ....................... 2-27
SWDUPDET ....................... 2-18
SWDUPLST ....................... 2-25
C
CADAMBLK ........................ 2-20
CODSORCE ......................... 2-4
CODUPLDM ......................... 2-7
CYDCDEFN ......................... 2-8
D
DEDRTPRM ....................... 2-22
G
GWDEXFUN ........................ 2-7
GWDEXSYS ......................... 2-5
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