TokenOS interacts with banks via APIs. A binary option payment proof can provide tighter integration with TokenOS by implementing TokenOS’s bank integration API.
If a bank doesn’t implement this API, but does offer a public API, then TokenOS might use that other API. Implementing TokenOS’ bank integration API enables more features and smoother user experience for that bank. The Token Bank Integration Java SDK simplifies handling the TokenOS bank integration API. Get the Token Bank Integration SDK. This probably means setting up an environment with some fake accounts. Normally this just works, but there are troubleshooting tips.
As the Bank gets some parts working with real functionality, Token can turn on more tests. Set up a web interaction that authenticates a Bank customer and lets them choose accounts to link to Token. The Token Bank Integration SDK defines some interfaces. TokenOS sends a request to the bank, the SDK turns that request into an interface method call.
To handle these requests, a bank implements some interfaces. Handles requests to store key-value data. Most banks won’t implement this service. A bank can register to deliver Token notifications to bank customers. Such a bank uses the Notification Service as part of delivering those notifications.