Please follow the steps below to complete your installation of NETePay Datacap EasyCheckout 1.03

Step 1 - Install NETePay Datacap EasyCheckout 1.03

This NETePay is available via the NETePay 5 Director which provides a simplified installation process and go-forward automatic software updates. NETePay 5 Director is recommended but if needed the classic installation process is still available by clicking Download as usual.

To learn more about the NETePay 5 Director click here.

Release date: 10/23/2020

  • Surcharging is now supported for credit card transactions when processing via NETePay Hosted. The amount tag <SurchargeWithLookup> should be included with a credit card authorization. The account number BIN will be looked up by the LogicEngine at Azure to determine if the card is Debit. If not Debit, then Surcharge is allowed on Sale, EMVSale and SaleByRecordNo transactions. If allowed, the Surcharge amount is returned in the <SurchargeWithLookup> response field. If not allowed, the <SurchargeWithLookup> response field is returned with a value of 0.00.
  • Support is added for a Cash Back form with four preset amounts. The four Cash Back preset amounts are new parameters in PSCS for version 1.03. EasyCheckout optionally supports Cash Back prompting for Debit, EBT Cash and Discover. EasyCheckout will display the Cash Back preset form only if all four preset amounts are programmed to non-zero values. The Cash Back Limits do not apply to the Cash Back form with preset amounts. When presented with the preset amounts, the cardholder may press one of the preset amounts or press the “Other” button and then enter any Cash Back amount less than or equal to the Cash Back Limit for that payment type. Also, when presented with the preset amounts, the cardholder may press the “No” button and not enter a Cash Back amount.
  • New functionality is included to Void/Reverse an eWIC Sale. Previously for EasyCheckout, only a ReverseSaleByRecordNo was supported as a way to void an eWIC Sale. There a now three more ways added to void an eWIC Sale.
    • After the original eWIC Sale, start a new Ticket with the Ticket Type of “VoideWICSale”. Collect the card data by swiping the card and entering the PIN. Perform an Authorization supplying the Sale amount and all response fields from the Sale including AuthCode, RefNo, AcqRefData and ProcessData. No need to send eWIC items.
    • Following the eWIC Sale, remain in the same ticket (the Ticket Type is still Sale). Collect the card data setting the Payment Type to EBTeWIC and supplying the UseLastCardID field with the last four digits of the eWIC account number used for the eWIC Sale. Perform an Authorization sending a new tag <VoidOnEWIC>Allow</VoidOnEWIC>. Supply the Sale amount and all response fields from the Sale including AuthCode, RefNo, AcqRefData and ProcessData. Again, no need to send eWIC items.
    • Following the eWIC Sale, remain in the same ticket. Collect the card data setting the Payment Type to EBTeWIC. Swipe the same eWIC card and enter the PIN. Perform an Authorization sending a new tag <VoidOnEWIC>Allow</VoidOnEWIC>. Supply the Sale amount and all response fields from the Sale including AuthCode, RefNo, AcqRefData and ProcessData. Again, no need to send eWIC items.

New build released 10/27/20 - Support for PrePaid CashOut. TranCode can now be set during the Authorization directive.

New build released 11/23/20 - Update for BIN file parsing.

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro / 8 Pro / 7 Pro (Windows XP and Vista do not support TLS 1.2 which is now an industry requirement)