EmvJ offers a simple and rapid method of adding EMV Level 2 functionality to any Java based application.
The Java interface provided by EmvJ is based on the software architecture of the highly successful EmvX Kernel. By using a solution based upon a virtual machine means the Kernel can be used on other Java platforms without the need to recertify with EMVCo. Designed with speed and efficiency in mind, EmvJ can run on the smallest Java environments with modest system resource utilization.
To ensure that EmvJ can be used in a wide variety of terminal configurations it has been created as a toolkit of EMV functions that can be called in the correct order to enable an EMV Level 2 transaction to take place. All the external functions such as the online authorization and PIN Pad interfaces are provided in the form of drivers. A number of these drivers are already available but in the event that a suitable one is not available, driver templates can be provided.
The EmvJ Toolkit fully supports a variety of data authentication, configuration, CVM methods and other special features within the EMV Level 2 version 4.3 specification.
|Data Authentication Methods||
Static, Dynamic and Combined Data Authentication (SDA, DDA and CDA).
Authorization Request, Financial Transaction Request, Batch Data Capture, Online Data Capture.
|Cardholder Verification Methods||
Offline Plaintext PIN, Offline Enciphered PIN, Signature, No CVM, Fail CVM.
Certificate Revocation, Velocity and Floor Limit Checking, Exception Lists, Recommended EMV Application Selection Algorithms.