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developer:api_specification:hpp_secure_card_features [2019/10/07 08:48]
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developer:api_specification:hpp_secure_card_features [2019/10/07 09:15] (current)
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 This field is available for all terminal, but depending on configuration (**SC Hosted Page email field setup**), it might have one of the following behaviors when the customer gets to the hosted payment page: \\ **Hidden** - the gateway accepts the field, if sent, and adds it to the transaction,​ but does not show it for the customer); \\ **Visible** - the gateway accepts the field, if sent, and adds it to the transaction,​ also shows the field on the hosted payment page, and the user can changed it or not. In this last case, the field can be made optional or mandatory. This field is available for all terminal, but depending on configuration (**SC Hosted Page email field setup**), it might have one of the following behaviors when the customer gets to the hosted payment page: \\ **Hidden** - the gateway accepts the field, if sent, and adds it to the transaction,​ but does not show it for the customer); \\ **Visible** - the gateway accepts the field, if sent, and adds it to the transaction,​ also shows the field on the hosted payment page, and the user can changed it or not. In this last case, the field can be made optional or mandatory.
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 +**ND0004 - Stored Credential use field behaviour and settings**
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 +This feature is currently available to TSYS Saratoga terminals and is configurable by customer support. This field will have the following behaviour:
 +Hidden - the gateway accepts the field, if sent, and adds it to the transaction,​ but does not show it for the customer.
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 +Note: STOREDCREDENTIALTXTYPE set as FIRST_TXN by default
  
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