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Announcing new and updated Documentation for Oracle Cruise, Hotels, Food & Beverage, and Retail solutions

Oracle Retail EFTLink Documentation for Release 17.0

Bernie Goodman
Documentation Manager

Oracle Retail EFTLink is a middleware product that removes Oracle Retail Xstore Point of Service from the costly and frequently changing Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS). EFTLink uses an industry-standard interface to Xstore Point of Service and then translates the messages to the relevant format provided by the payment provider, enabling Xstore Point of Service to be outside of the payment scope.

The documentation set includes the following documents:

Oracle Retail EFTLink Release Notes

This document describes the enhancements made in Release 17.0.

Oracle Retail EFTLink Core Configuration Guide

This guide describes the requirements and procedures to set up EFTLink to interface between Xstore Point of Service and the selected payment system.

For release 17.0, cores are added for the following payment providers:

  • OPI Retail -  supports standard payment functionality: payments, refunds, and reversals.
  • Tender Retail -  supports standard payment functionality: payments, refunds, reversals, tokenized refunds, line display, and gift cards.

The following cores are updated for Release 17.0:

  • Adyen -  supports the following additional functionality:  Customer Display, Customer Not Present, Electronic Signature Capture, and Gift Cards.
  • AJB FiPay -  supports check verification/authorizations.
  • Cayan -  supports Customer Not Present (CNP) transactions.

Oracle Retail EFTLink Framework Installation Guide

This guide describes the requirements and procedures to install EFTLink.

Oracle Retail EFTLink Security Guide

This guide provides information on how to ensure the secure operation of EFTLink.

The documentation set is available on the Oracle Help Center as part of the already existing product documentation library:
https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E69694_01/eftlink/index.html

 

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