Are eCommerce (Litle) tokens interchangable with TriPOS OmniTokens?
Yes, assuming that a merchant account is properly configured for OmniToken, then the OmniToken values can be used across either environment. Note, though, that triPOS also supports the Express platform Transform Tokenization solution, and Transform Tokens cannot be used with any other Vantiv platform.
So lets say Im using TriPOS setup to return omnitokens. Im happy to hear that I can use those same omnitoken (1234123412341234) values in the ECommerce (litle) enviornment. Two followups!
#1 How do I use the OmniToken in eCommerce? Is there a special screen (iFrame) somewhere? Do you have a quick screenshot of where I need to type in that information?
#2 Is there eCommerce cnpAPI (or another eCommerce supported API call) support to programatically transact using an OmniToken?
Our team is associated with the Vantiv Express platform and triPOS product, so unfortunately we don't have much visibility into the Vantiv Ecommerce platform. If you have an integration support contact on the Ecommerce platform that you've been working with, we would recommend reaching out to that individual. If you are unsure who to speak with, I would recommend starting with firstname.lastname@example.org for support in the Ecommerce platform sandbox environment.
I'm not sure what you are asking with your first question. Since you are already tokenized, I would suggest you ask about using eProtect for your eCommerce. With this solution, the PAN never touches your system. Instead, the sensitive information comes directly to Vantiv and you get a low value token back. You then convert the LVT to an OmniToken as part of a normal transaction.
As for your second question, the eComm platform supports the use of OmniTokens. When you construct your xml message, you use the <token> element (instead of <card>) and include the OmniToken in the <cnpToken> element. If you already have an Implementation Analyst assigned to your integration, they can supplied more detailed information about your options.
Perfect and thank you!
We are familiar with the token element and have been using it for a long
time to process tokens of the eComm litle token variety.
Can the same account process both litle and omnitokens in the same token
Now let's say I have litle tokens as well can we continue to
I'm a little confused. I had thought from your previous question that you are a TriPos/OminToken user who was adding eComm processing. Now I'm not sure since you say you have been using the eComm tokens for a while. Are you now adding TriPos/OminTokens? If so, I probably don't have the knowledge to answer your question and you should probably pose it to your Relationship Manager or Implementation Analyst, but I will try to provide a little more info from the eComm side.
The eComm platform does support the use of both OmniTokens and eComm Tolens. If you are set-up to use both (i.e., have a mixed bag of both in your backend systems), the submissions of each token type to the eComm platform requires two sets of credentials. This is because, merchant configurations on the eComm platform are established to use one or the other. So, if you submitted an xml transaction with an OmniToken, you would use one set of credentials, while submission of a transaction with an eComm Token would use a different set of credentials.
I hope that helps, but as I said, to get more detailed info, please consult your RM or Implementation Analyst.
It took me a while to get to the bottom of this. I appreciate the
information. Thanks Tom.
On Mon, Dec 18, 2017 at 11:03 AM, tboumil <email@example.com>
Allow me one more followup?
Is there a specific version of the XML API that I have to be on in order to
process mixed-bag tokens (omni&litle)? We are currently integrated in
I am kind of guessing that this behavior is only allowed on the latest
version of the API, which is V12.0.
You should verify this with Implementation, but I checked with one of our developers that worked on the tokenization feature and he was confident that any xml version that supported eComm tokens would also support OmniTokens.
On Mon, Dec 18, 2017 at 1:52 PM, tboumil <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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