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CardRange Type

Contains a range of card numbers to be added to or removed from the cache.

Remarks

Each CardRange object contains a range of card numbers from Begin to End, and an Action indicating whether the range should be added to or deleted from the cache that the user is maintaining. Begin and End ranges returned from the server will always be the same length, for ease of computation. Card ranges must be added to or removed from the cache in the order they were received, otherwise the cache will become out of sync.

Fields

Action
String

The action to perform on the card range indicated by Begin and End.

This field contains the action to take on the card range specified by the Begin and End fields. An "A" at any particular index indicates that the range specified by Begin and End at that index should be added to the current cache of stored card ranges. A "D" indicates that the range should be deleted from the current cache. Note that the card ranges must be processed in the order returned.

Card ranges returned by a Card Range Request are for credit cards that support 3-D Secure. If the customer's credit card number is not within one of these ranges, you cannot use 3-D Secure for that card. If the customer's credit card number is within the range, then you can check to see if the customer has enrolled for 3-D Secure services with VerifyEnrollment. Examples of card numbers that may not be eligible for 3-D Secure are check cards, corporate cards, and gift cards.

Begin
String

First number in a range of credit card numbers returned by the Directory Server.

This field contains the first card number in the current range. The final number in the current range is contained in End, and the action (add or delete) to take on this range is contained in Action. Note that the card ranges must be processed in the order returned.

Card ranges returned by a Card Range Request are for credit cards that support 3-D Secure. If the customer's credit card number is not within one of these ranges, you cannot use 3-D Secure for that card. If the customer's credit card number is within the range, then you can check to see if the customer has enrolled for 3-D Secure services with VerifyEnrollment. Examples of card numbers that may not be eligible for 3-D Secure are check cards, corporate cards, and gift cards.

End
String

Last number in a range of credit card numbers returned by the Directory Server.

This field contains the final card number in the current range. The first number in the current range is contained in Begin, and the action (add or delete) to take on this range is contained in Action. Note that the card ranges must be processed in the order returned.

Card ranges returned by a Card Range Request are for credit cards that support 3-D Secure. If the customer's credit card number is not within one of these ranges, you cannot use 3-D Secure for that card. If the customer's credit card number is within the range, then you can check to see if the customer has enrolled for 3-D Secure services with VerifyEnrollment. Examples of card numbers that may not be eligible for 3-D Secure are check cards, corporate cards, and gift cards.

Constructors

public CardRange();
Public CardRange()

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