This document covers how to process XML Requests and Responses using the Secure Trading Web Services interface.download
Secure Trading Web Services is for merchants who want to use their own secure servers, but wish to use Secure Trading’s payment network as part of their own ecommerce application. The Web Services interface allows merchants to submit a request to Secure Trading using a client program, providing a username and password for authentication. Unlike STAPI, no client needs to be installed on your own server to use Web Services.
Using Secure Trading Web Services you can:
- Automate refunds and authorisation reversals, and control the settlement schedule for each transaction.
- Have development capability and write applications that can process payments.
- Integrate a payment solution into back-office or legacy systems.
For more information please contact our support team on 01248 672050.
This document is to be used as a reference when viewing any XML throughout Secure Trading’s documentation. The conventions used to describe XML Requests and Responses are outlined.download
During integration with Secure Trading’s systems, the merchant can perform tests on the system using the details supplied within this document.download
This document covers the Address Verification Systems (AVS) and Security Code Verification (CVV2) checks that are performed during authorization.download
This document outlines how to perform Verified by Visa or MasterCard SecureCode transactions, more commonly known as 3D Secure, through Secure Trading.download
This document outlines performing Transaction Query Requests through Secure Trading. Transaction Query Requests allow the merchant to poll Secure Trading’s systems for the status of transactions.download
This document outlines how the merchant can update transaction details.download
This document outlines how a merchant can perform Recurring Payments through Secure Trading.download
This document describes how the Secure Trading Subscription Engine manages recurring payments through the Secure Trading Payment Platform.download
This document outlines the XML required to submit Subscription requests to the Secure Trading Subscription Engine.download
The purpose of this document is to provide the reader with an understanding of Dynamic Currency Conversion, and how it can be processed via Secure Trading’s systems.download
Card Store Requests allow merchants to store a customer’s card details in Secure Trading’s systems without performing an initial authorisation payment. These details can then be used for future requests.download
This document details the XML required to process Protect Plus Risk Decision requests via Secure Trading.download
This document describes how Chargebacks are processed using the Secure Trading Payment Platform (STPP).download
The Rule Manager interface enables you to create rules on your account, which perform automated actions when pre-specified conditions are met. e.g. URL notifications following a successful transactiondownload
Automated Clearing House (ACH) transactions allow the Merchant to accept payment from or make a payment to the Customer’s Bank Account.download
XML Specification for processing Alipay transactions with Secure Trading. Alipay is a Chinese e-wallet that belongs to AntFinancial, an affiliate of the Alibaba group, the largest e-commerce company in the world.download
XML Specification for processing Bancontact transactions with Secure Trading. Bancontact is a Belgian debit card solution with no chargeback risk, which is a unique feature for debit cards.download
XML Specification for processing Cash to Code transactions with Secure Trading.download
XML Specification for processing eps-Überweisung transactions with Secure Trading. eps is an Austrian real-time bank transfer system.download
XML Specification for processing giropay transactions with Secure Trading. giropay is a German online payment method that is supported by over 1,500 German banks.download
XML Specification for processing iDEAL transactions with Secure Trading. iDEAL is a Dutch real-time bank transfer method.download
XML Specification for processing MyBank transactions with Secure Trading. MyBank is a real-time bank transfer system that operates in Italy.download
XML Specification for processing payments with Secure Trading and PayPal’s Express Checkout solution.download
XML Specification for processing paysafecard transactions with Secure Trading.download
XML Specification for processing PayU transactions with Secure Trading. PayU is a real-time bank transfer system.download
XML Specification for processing Przelewy24 transactions with Secure Trading. Przelewy24 is a Polish real-time bank transfer method.download
XML Specification for processing QIWI transactions with Secure Trading. QIWI is an e-wallet that operates in Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine.download
XML Specification for processing SafetyPay transactions with Secure Trading. SafetyPay is a real-time bank transfer / cash payment method.download
XML Specification for processing Sofort transactions with Secure Trading. Sofort is a real-time bank transfer method that operates in Europe.download
XML Specification for processing Trustly transactions with Secure Trading. Trustly is a real-time bank transfer system.download
These are requests (available to certain MCC) that can be used to seek authorisation for additional funds from the customer, following the initial payment authorisation.download