Release note 20.5
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- Cofidis 3xCB
- Cofidis 4xCB
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This release note gives you a of the functional content of the WL Sips 20R5 release.
It is separated in two parts:
- new additions in the Sips Solution : are listed the modifications of new functionalities added to our offer;
- regulatory changes
If you want to benefit of those new functionalities, please get in touch with your usual Sips contact if you are one of our client. Or, send us a message at the following email address: email@example.com.
Deliveries in production : from the 24th of August until the 11th of September 2020.
This release is exceptionally modest in terms of functional developments. It is in fact reserved for internal and technical improvements / evolutions on the WL Sips platform.
New functionalities of the Sips solution for merchants
Modification of the Cofidis 3X and Cofidis 4X logos
In order to be consistent with the modification of the Cofidis brand, logos will be updated. These new logos will be applied on the following WL Sips applications:
- Sips Office Extranet pages
- Paypages 2.0
Previous logos :
New logos :
No regulatory changes with this release.
|46506||Office||Functional||In order to avoid duplicated payments with the “deported” payment means through Sips Office, duplicated requests performed with the method PaymentProviderFinalize on the same transaction will be blocked during an hour. The answer for requests considered as duplicate is the responseCode 24.||Major|
|46534||Back Office||Functional||When the refund of an iDeal transaction is impossible because the origin transaction has not been settled, WL Sips sends a responseCode 24 (impossible operation. The operation you wish to perform is incompatible with the transaction status or another cash management operation is ongoing on the same transaction)||Minor|
|46449||Reports||Technical||The field acquirerContractNumber is again composed of 10 digits in Sips reports (instead of 7) for French acquirer contracts.||Critical|