publication . Bachelor thesis . 2008

Incorporating an ISO 8583-Service into an Unreliable Application

Funcke, Alexander;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2008
  • Publisher: Uppsala universitet, Institutionen för informationsteknologi
  • Country: Sweden
Abstract
If an existing service is to be made available to a broader audience, via for instance the Internet. The implementation of the service may thereby get many new requirements, such as support for a different access method or stricter authorisation and security policies. This thesis discusses the implementation of an ISO 8583 to XML proxy. ISO 8583 is a widely used financial protocol, and was in this project used to communicate with the backing financial server in order to implement a complete web banking system. Hence the proxy encapsulates the already well-proved financial system into a module, that has taken appropriate security concerns and has a messaging sche...
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