Contents 1 Introduction 2 Message format 2.1 Message Type Indicator (MTI) 2.1.1 ISO 8583 version 2.1.2 Message class 2.1.3 Message function 2.1.4 Message origin 2.1.5 Examples 2.2 Bitmaps 2.2.1 Examples 2.3 Data elements 2.3.1 Examples 2.3.2 Processing Code 2.3.3 Return code 3 See also 4 References 5 External links


Introduction[edit] The ISO 8583 specification has three parts: Part 1: Messages, data elements,and code values[1] Part 2: Application and registration procedures for Institution Identification Codes (IIC)[2] Part 3: Maintenance procedures for the aforementioned messages, data elements and code values[3]


Message format[edit] A card-based transaction typically travels from a transaction-acquiring device, such as a point-of-sale terminal or an automated teller machine (ATM), through a series of networks, to a card issuing system for authorization against the card holder's account. The transaction data contains information derived from the card (e.g., the account number), the terminal (e.g., the merchant number), the transaction (e.g., the amount), together with other data which may be generated dynamically or added by intervening systems. Based on this information, the card issuing system will either authorize or decline the transaction and generate a response message which must be delivered back to the terminal within a predefined time period. An ISO 8583 message is made of the following parts: Message type indicator (MTI) One or more bitmaps, indicating which data elements are present Data elements, the actual information fields of the message The placements of fields in different versions of the standard varies; for example, the currency elements of the 1987 and 1993 versions of the standard are no longer used in the 2003 version, which holds currency as a sub-element of any financial amount element. As of June 2017, however ISO 8583:2003 has yet to achieve wide acceptance. ISO 8583 messaging has no routing information, so is sometimes used with a TPDU header. Cardholder-originated transactions include purchase, withdrawal, deposit, refund, reversal, balance inquiry, payments and inter-account transfers. ISO 8583 also defines system-to-system messages for secure key exchanges, reconciliation of totals, and other administrative purposes. Message Type Indicator (MTI)[edit] The Message Type Indicator is a 4 digit numeric field which indicates the overall function of the message. A Message Type Indicator includes the ISO 8583 version, the Message Class, the Message Function and the Message Origin, as described below. ISO 8583 version[edit] The first digit of the MTI indicates the ISO 8583 version in which the message is encoded. A value of 0 indicates the 1987 version of the standard, while 1 indicates ISO 8583:1993. Values 3 through 7 are reserved for ISO internal use, while 8 is reserved for national use and 9 is reserved for private use. Example of MTI for ISO 8583 version: 0xxx - ISO 8583:1987 1xxx - ISO 8583:1993 2xxx - ISO 8583:2003 Message class[edit] Position two of the MTI specifies the overall purpose of the message. Position Meaning Usage x0xx Reserved by ISO x1xx Authorization message Determine if funds are available, get an approval but do not post to account for reconciliation, Dual Message System (DMS), awaits file exchange for posting to account x2xx Financial messages Determine if funds are available, get an approval and post directly to the account, Single Message System (SMS), no file exchange after this x3xx File Actions Message Used for hot-card, TMS and other exchanges x4xx Reversal and Chargeback Messages Reversal (x4x0 or x4x1): Reverses the action of a previous authorization. Chargeback (x4x2 or x4x3): Charges back a previously cleared financial message. x5xx Reconciliation Message Transmits settlement information message x6xx Administrative Message Transmits administrative advice. Often used for failure messages (e.g. message reject or failure to apply) x7xx Fee Collection Messages x8xx Network Management Message Used for secure key exchange, logon, echo test and other network functions x9xx Reserved by ISO Message function[edit] Position three of the MTI specifies the message function which defines how the message should flow within the system. Requests are end-to-end messages (e.g., from acquirer to issuer and back with time-outs and automatic reversals in place), while advices are point-to-point messages (e.g., from terminal to acquirer, from acquirer to network, from network to issuer, with transmission guaranteed over each link, but not necessarily immediately). Position Meaning xx0x Request xx1x Request response xx2x Advice xx3x Advice Response xx4x Notification xx5x Notification Acknowledgement xx6x Instruction (ISO 8583:2003 only) xx7x Instruction Acknowledgement (ISO 8583:2003 only) xx8x Reserved for ISO use. (Some implementations use for Response acknowledgment) xx9x Reserved for ISO use. (Some implementations use for Negative acknowledgment) Message origin[edit] Position four of the MTI defines the location of the message source within the payment chain. Position Meaning xxx0 Acquirer xxx1 Acquirer Repeat xxx2 Issuer xxx3 Issuer Repeat xxx4 Other xxx5 Other Repeat Examples[edit] Given an MTI value of 0110, the following example lists what each: 0xxx -> version of ISO 8583 (for example: 1987 version) x1xx -> class of the message (1 = authorization message) xx1x -> function of the message (1 = response) xxx0 -> who began the communication (0 = acquirer) MTI 0110 is then an authorization response message sent by the acquirer. Bearing each of the above four positions in mind, an MTI will completely specify what a message should do, and how it is to be transmitted around the network. Unfortunately, not all ISO 8583 implementations interpret the meaning of an MTI in the same way. However, a few MTIs are relatively standard: MTI Meaning Usage 0100 Authorization Request Request from a point-of-sale terminal for authorization for a cardholder purchase 0110 Request Response Request response to a point-of-sale terminal for authorization for a cardholder purchase 0120 Authorization Advice When the Point of Sale device breaks down and you have to sign a voucher 0121 Authorization Advice Repeat If the advice times out 0130 Issuer Response to Authorization Advice Confirmation of receipt of authorization advice 0200 Acquirer Financial Request Request for funds, typically from an ATM or pinned point-of-sale device 0210 Issuer Response to Financial Request Issuer response to request for funds 0220 Acquirer Financial Advice e.g. Checkout at a hotel. Used to complete transaction initiated with authorization request 0221 Acquirer Financial Advice repeat If the advice times out 0230 Issuer Response to Financial Advice Confirmation of receipt of financial advice 0320 Batch Upload File Update/Transfer Advice 0330 Batch Upload Response File Update/Transfer Advice Response 0400 Acquirer Reversal Request Reverses a transaction 0510 Batch Settlement response Card Acceptor Reconciliation Request Response 0800 Network Management Request Hypercom terminals initialize request. Echo test, logon, log off etc. 0810 Network Management Response Hypercom terminals initialize response. Echo test, logon, log off etc. 0820 Network Management Advice Key Change Bitmaps[edit] In ISO 8583, a bitmap is a field or subfield within a message, which indicates whether other data elements or data element subfields are present elsewhere in the message. A field is considered to be present only when the corresponding bit in the bitmap is set. For example, a byte with value 0x82 (decimal 130) is binary '1000 0010', which means fields 1 and 7 are present in the message and fields 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 are not. The bitmap may be represented as 8 bytes of binary data, or as 16 hexadecimal characters 0-9, A-F in the ASCII or EBCDIC character sets. A message will contain at least one bitmap, called the Primary Bitmap, which indicates which of Data Elements 1 to 64 are present. The presence of an optional secondary bitmap is also indicated by bit 1 of the Primary Bitmap. If present, the secondary bitmap indicates whether data elements 65 to 128 are present. Similarly, a tertiary bitmap can be used to indicate the presence of fields 129 to 192, although these data elements are rarely used. Examples[edit] Given a bitmap value of "42 10 00 11 02 C0 48 04", 0x42 = 0100 0010 (counting from the left, the second and seventh bits are 1, indicating that fields 2 and 7 are present) 0x10 = 0001 0000 (the first bit corresponds to field 9, so the fourth bit here indicates field 12 is present) 0x00 = 0000 0000 (no fields present) 0x11 = 0001 0001 (fields 28 and 32 are present) 0x02 = 0000 0010 (field 39 is present) 0xC0 = 1100 0000 (fields 41 and 42 are present) 0x48 = 0100 1000 (fields 50 and 53 are present) 0x04 = 0000 0100 (field 62 is present) 0________10________20________30________40________50________60__64 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234 n-th bit 0100001000010000000000000001000100000010110000000100100000000100 bitmap Therefore, the given bitmap defines the following fields present in the message: 2, 7, 12, 28, 32, 39, 41, 42, 50, 53, 62 Data elements[edit] Data elements are the individual fields carrying the transaction information. There are up to 128 data elements specified in the original ISO 8583:1987 standard, and up to 192 data elements in later releases. The 1993 revision added new definitions, deleted some, while leaving the message format itself unchanged. While each data element has a specified meaning and format, the standard also includes some general purpose data elements and system- or country-specific data elements which vary enormously in use and form from implementation to implementation. Each data element is described in a standard format which defines the permitted content of the field (numeric, binary, etc.) and the field length (variable or fixed), according to the following table: Abbreviation Meaning a Alpha, including blanks n Numeric values only s Special characters only an Alphanumeric as Alpha & special characters only ns Numeric and special characters only ans Alphabetic, numeric and special characters. b Binary data z Tracks 2 and 3 code set as defined in ISO/IEC 7813 and ISO/IEC 4909 respectively . or .. or ... variable field length indicator, each . indicating a digit. x or xx or xxx fixed length of field or maximum length in the case of variable length fields. Additionally, each field may be either fixed or variable length. If variable, the length of the field will be preceded by a length indicator. Type Meaning Fixed no field length used LLVAR or (..xx) Where 0 < LL < 100, means two leading digits LL specify the field length of field VAR LLLVAR or (...xxx) Where 0 < LLL < 1000, means three leading digits LLL specify the field length of field VAR LL and LLL are hex or ASCII. A VAR field can be compressed or ASCII depending of the data element type. LL can be 1 or 2 bytes. For example, if compressed as one hex byte, '27x means there are 27 VAR bytes to follow. If ASCII, the two bytes '32x, '37x mean there are 27 bytes to follow. 3 digit field length LLL uses 2 bytes with a leading '0' nibble if compressed, or 3 bytes if ASCII. The format of a VAR data element depends on the data element type. If numeric it will be compressed, e.g. 87456 will be represented by 3 hex bytes '087456x. If ASCII then one byte for each digit or character is used, e.g. '38x, '37x, '34x, '35x, '36x. ISO-defined data elements Data Field Type Usage 1 b 64 Bitmap 2 n ..19 Primary account number (PAN) 3 n 6 Processing code 4 n 12 Amount, transaction 5 n 12 Amount, settlement 6 n 12 Amount, cardholder billing 7 n 10 Transmission date & time 8 n 8 Amount, cardholder billing fee 9 n 8 Conversion rate, settlement 10 n 8 Conversion rate, cardholder billing 11 n 6 System trace audit number (STAN) 12 n 6 Time, local transaction (hhmmss) 13 n 4 Date, local transaction (MMDD) 14 n 4 Date, expiration 15 n 4 Date, settlement 16 n 4 Date, conversion 17 n 4 Date, capture 18 n 4 Merchant type/Merchant Category Code 19 n 3 Acquiring institution country code 20 n 3 PAN extended, country code 21 n 3 Forwarding institution. country code 22 n 3 Point of service entry mode 23 n 3 Application PAN sequence number 24 n 3 Function code (ISO 8583:1993)/Network International identifier (NII) 25 n 2 Point of service condition code 26 n 2 Point of service capture code 27 n 1 Authorizing identification response length 28 x+n 8 Amount, transaction fee 29 x+n 8 Amount, settlement fee 30 x+n 8 Amount, transaction processing fee 31 x+n 8 Amount, settlement processing fee 32 n ..11 Acquiring institution identification code 33 n ..11 Forwarding institution identification code 34 ns ..28 Primary account number, extended 35 z ..37 Track 2 data 36 n ...104 Track 3 data 37 an 12 Retrieval reference number 38 an 6 Authorization identification response 39 an 2 Response code 40 an 3 Service restriction code 41 ans 8 Card acceptor terminal identification 42 ans 15 Card acceptor identification code 43 ans 40 Card acceptor name/location (1-23 address 24-36 city 37-38 state 39-40 country) 44 an ..25 Additional response data 45 an ..76 Track 1 data 46 an ...999 Additional data - ISO 47 an ...999 Additional data - national 48 an ...999 Additional data - private 49 a or n 3 Currency code, transaction 50 a or n 3 Currency code, settlement 51 a or n 3 Currency code, cardholder billing 52 b 64 Personal identification number data 53 n 16 Security related control information 54 an ...120 Additional amounts 55 ans ...999 ICC Data - EMV having multiple tags 56 ans ...999 Reserved ISO 57 ans ...999 Reserved national 58 ans ...999 Reserved national 59 ans ...999 Reserved national 60 ans ...999 Reserved national (Ex: This field may be used as Advise Reason Code: Batch Number - Settlement Request, Original Txn Amount - Advice Txns, Original MTI + Original RRN + Original STAN for Batch Upload, etc) 61 ans ...999 Reserved private (Ex: CVV2/Service Code - Transactions) 62 ans ...999 Reserved private (Invoice Number - Transactions, TPK Key in Key Exchange Txns, etc) 63 ans ...999 Reserved private 64 b 16 Message authentication code (MAC) 65 b 1 Bitmap, extended 66 n 1 Settlement code 67 n 2 Extended payment code 68 n 3 Receiving institution country code 69 n 3 Settlement institution country code 70 n 3 Network management information code 71 n 4 Message number 72 n 4 Message number, last 73 n 6 Date, action (YYMMDD) 74 n 10 Credits, number 75 n 10 Credits, reversal number 76 n 10 Debits, number 77 n 10 Debits, reversal number 78 n 10 Transfer number 79 n 10 Transfer, reversal number 80 n 10 Inquiries number 81 n 10 Authorizations, number 82 n 12 Credits, processing fee amount 83 n 12 Credits, transaction fee amount 84 n 12 Debits, processing fee amount 85 n 12 Debits, transaction fee amount 86 n 16 Credits, amount 87 n 16 Credits, reversal amount 88 n 16 Debits, amount 89 n 16 Debits, reversal amount 90 n 42 Original data elements 91 an 1 File update code 92 an 2 File security code 93 an 5 Response indicator 94 an 7 Service indicator 95 an 42 Replacement amounts 96 b 64 Message security code 97 x+n 16 Amount, net settlement 98 ans 25 Payee 99 n ..11 Settlement institution identification code 100 n ..11 Receiving institution identification code 101 ans ..17 File name 102 ans ..28 Account identification 1 103 ans ..28 Account identification 2 104 ans ...100 Transaction description 105 ans ...999 Reserved for ISO use 106 ans ...999 Reserved for ISO use 107 ans ...999 Reserved for ISO use 108 ans ...999 Reserved for ISO use 109 ans ...999 Reserved for ISO use 110 ans ...999 Reserved for ISO use 111 ans ...999 Reserved for ISO use 112 ans ...999 Reserved for national use 113 ans ...999 Reserved for national use 114 ans ...999 Reserved for national use 115 ans ...999 Reserved for national use 116 ans ...999 Reserved for national use 117 ans ...999 Reserved for national use 118 ans ...999 Reserved for national use 119 ans ...999 Reserved for national use 120 ans ...999 Reserved for private use 121 ans ...999 Reserved for private use 122 ans ...999 Reserved for private use 123 ans ...999 Reserved for private use 124 ans ...999 Reserved for private use 125 ans ...999 Reserved for private use 126 ans ...999 Reserved for private use 127 ans ...999 Reserved for private use 128 b 64 Message authentication code Examples[edit] Field Definition Meaning n 6 Fixed length field of six digits n.6 LVAR numeric field of up to 6 digits in a..11 LLVAR alpha field of up to 11 characters in length b...999 LLLVAR binary field of up to 999 bytes in length Processing Code[edit] The following is a table specifying the message type and processing code for each transaction type. Transaction Message Type Processing Code Authorization 0100 00 a0 0x Balance Inquiry 0100 31 a0 0x Sale 0200 00 a0 0x Cash 0200 01 a0 0x Void 0200 02 a0 0x Mobile Topup 0200 57 a0 0x Return code[edit] The following table shows response codes and their meanings.[4] Code Meaning 00 Successful approval/completion or that V.I.P. PIN verification is valid 01 Refer to card issuer 02 Refer to card issuer, special condition 03 Invalid merchant or service provider 04 Pickup 05 Do not honor 06 General Error 07 Pickup card, special condition (other than lost/stolen card) 08 Honor with identification 09 Request in progress 10 Partial Approval 11 V.I.P. approval 12 Invalid transaction 13 Invalid amount (currency conversion field overflow) or amount exceeds maximum for card program 14 Invalid account number (no such number) 15 No such issuer 16 Insufficient funds 17 Customer cancellation 19 Re-enter transaction 20 Invalid response 21 No action taken (unable to back out prior transaction) 22 Suspected Malfunction 25 Unable to locate record in file, or account number is missing from the inquiry 28 File is temporarily unavailable 30 Format Error 41 Pickup card (lost card) 43 Pickup card (stolen card) 51 Insufficient funds 52 No checking account 53 No savings account 54 Expired card 55 Incorrect PIN 57 Transaction not permitted to cardholder 58 Transaction not allowed at terminal 59 Suspected fraud 61 Activity amount limit exceeded 62 Restricted card (for example, in Country Exclusion table) 63 Security violation 65 Activity count limit exceeded 68 Response received too late 75 Allowable number of PIN-entry tries exceeded 76 Unable to locate previous message (no match on Retrieval Reference number) 77 Previous message located for a repeat or reversal, but repeat or reversal data are inconsistent with original message 78 ’Blocked, first used’—The transaction is from a new cardholder, and the card has not been properly unblocked. 80 Visa transactions: credit issuer unavailable. Private label and check acceptance: Invalid date 81 PIN cryptographic error found (error found by VIC security module during PIN decryption) 82 Negative CAM, dCVV, iCVV, or CVV results 83 Unable to verify PIN 85 No reason to decline a request for account number verification, address verification, CVV2 verification, or a credit voucher or merchandise return 91 Issuer unavailable or switch inoperative (STIP not applicable or available for this transaction) 92 Destination cannot be found for routing 93 Transaction cannot be completed, violation of law 94 Duplicate Transmission 95 Reconcile error 96 System malfunction, System malfunction or certain field error conditions B1 Surcharge amount not permitted on Visa cards (U.S. acquirers only) N0 Force STIP N3 Cash service not available N4 Cashback request exceeds issuer limit N7 Decline for CVV2 failure P2 Invalid biller information P5 PIN Change/Unblock request declined P6 Unsafe PIN Q1 Card Authentication failed R0 Stop Payment Order R1 Revocation of Authorization Order R3 Revocation of All Authorizations Order XA Forward to issuer XD Forward to issuer Z3 Unable to go online


See also[edit] AS 2805 Magnetic stripe card NCR Corporation Itautec Diebold


References[edit] ^ ISO 8583-1:2003 Financial transaction card originated messages -- Interchange message specifications -- Part 1: Messages, data elements and code values ^ ISO 8583-2:1998 Financial transaction card originated messages -- Interchange message specifications -- Part 2: Application and registration procedures for Institution Identification Codes (IIC) ^ ISO 8583-3:2003 Financial transaction card originated messages -- Interchange message specifications -- Part 3: Maintenance procedures for messages, data elements and code values ^ https://hithisissuresh.wordpress.com/iso-8583/


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