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<ul><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>The Module Title is used for </p><p>courses such as Payments </p><p>Basic Training that have a </p><p>modular structure. </p><p>Month and year </p><p>Payments Basic Training </p><p>Module 2: Realtime </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>Module Introduction </p><p> Introduction to using Realtime </p><p> Core of first week of Payments Basic Training </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>The top row is used to orient </p><p>participants by showing them </p><p>where they are in relation to </p><p>the sections in the participant </p><p>guide. </p><p>Underline the current section. </p><p>For non-terminal sections, </p><p>show at least one preceding </p><p>and one following section. </p><p>Use ellipses to indicated that </p><p>there are more preceding or </p><p>following sections that cannot </p><p>be shown. </p><p>Separate sections using the </p><p>pipe symbol (on the </p><p>backslash key). </p><p>Remember to update the </p><p>copyright date </p><p>The second row of the </p><p>heading is used to display </p><p>the heading 1 section in the </p><p>participant guide to which the </p><p>slide belongs. </p><p>The Slide Title should usually </p><p>relate to a heading in the </p><p>participant guide (typically </p><p>Heading 2 or Heading 3) but </p><p>this is not always possible. </p><p>If a slide is animated, </p><p>move the play button onto the slide and </p><p>position it at: Horizontal </p><p>0 cm from top left corner </p><p>and Vertical 17.84 cm </p><p>from top left corner. </p><p> Introducing Realtime </p><p> Getting Started </p><p> Monitoring </p><p> Querying </p><p> Configuration </p><p> Maintenance Tasks </p><p> Troubleshooting and Support </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Introduction </p><p>Agenda </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>Section 1: Introducing Realtime </p><p> Architecture </p><p> Transaction Manager </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>The top row is used to orient </p><p>participants by showing them </p><p>where they are in relation to </p><p>the sections in the participant </p><p>guide. </p><p>Underline the current section. </p><p>For non-terminal sections, </p><p>show at least one preceding </p><p>and one following section. </p><p>Use ellipses to indicated that </p><p>there are more preceding or </p><p>following sections that cannot </p><p>be shown. </p><p>Separate sections using the </p><p>pipe symbol (on the </p><p>backslash key). </p><p>Remember to update the </p><p>copyright date </p><p>The second row of the </p><p>heading is used to display </p><p>the heading 1 section in the </p><p>participant guide to which the </p><p>slide belongs. </p><p>The Slide Title should usually </p><p>relate to a heading in the </p><p>participant guide (typically </p><p>Heading 2 or Heading 3) but </p><p>this is not always possible. </p><p>If a slide is animated, </p><p>move the play button onto the slide and </p><p>position it at: Horizontal </p><p>0 cm from top left corner </p><p>and Vertical 17.84 cm </p><p>from top left corner. </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Architecture </p><p>Architecture of Realtime </p><p>See page 25 </p><p>Hotcards, etc. </p><p>PostCard </p><p>Field Support Module HSM Interface </p><p>Housekeeper File Merge Manager </p><p>Transaction Manager </p><p>Network </p><p>Network </p><p>Alerts Realtime </p><p>Management Console </p><p>Database </p><p>HSM </p><p>ATM </p><p>POS </p><p>Realtime Realtime Framework </p><p>External communications </p><p>External communications </p><p>TCP/IP ISO 8583 </p><p>TCP/IP ISO 8583 </p><p>TCP/IP ISO 8583 </p><p>TCP/IP ISO 8583 </p><p>External communications </p><p>Source Interfaces </p><p>Sink Interfaces </p><p>Network </p><p>Network </p><p>Network </p><p>External communications </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>The top row is used to orient </p><p>participants by showing them </p><p>where they are in relation to </p><p>the sections in the participant </p><p>guide. </p><p>Underline the current section. </p><p>For non-terminal sections, </p><p>show at least one preceding </p><p>and one following section. </p><p>Use ellipses to indicated that </p><p>there are more preceding or </p><p>following sections that cannot </p><p>be shown. </p><p>Separate sections using the </p><p>pipe symbol (on the </p><p>backslash key). </p><p>Remember to update the </p><p>copyright date </p><p>The second row of the </p><p>heading is used to display </p><p>the heading 1 section in the </p><p>participant guide to which the </p><p>slide belongs. </p><p>The Slide Title should usually </p><p>relate to a heading in the </p><p>participant guide (typically </p><p>Heading 2 or Heading 3) but </p><p>this is not always possible. </p><p>If a slide is animated, </p><p>move the play button onto the slide and </p><p>position it at: Horizontal </p><p>0 cm from top left corner </p><p>and Vertical 17.84 cm </p><p>from top left corner. </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Architecture </p><p>Realtime Framework Hotcards, etc. </p><p>PostCard </p><p>Field Support Module HSM Interface </p><p>Housekeeper File Merge Manager </p><p>Transaction Manager </p><p>Network </p><p>Network </p><p>Alerts Realtime </p><p>Management Console </p><p>Database </p><p>HSM </p><p>ATM </p><p>POS </p><p>Realtime Realtime Framework </p><p>External communications </p><p>External communications </p><p>TCP/IP ISO 8583 </p><p>TCP/IP ISO 8583 </p><p>TCP/IP ISO 8583 </p><p>TCP/IP ISO 8583 </p><p>External communications </p><p>Source Interfaces </p><p>Sink Interfaces </p><p>Network </p><p>Network </p><p>Network </p><p>External communications </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>Realtime Framework </p><p> Transaction integrity Transaction security Transaction routing Stand-in authorization Reconciliation Currency conversion </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Architecture </p><p>Housekeeper File Merge Manager </p><p>Hardware Security Module Interface Field Support Module </p><p>Transaction Manager </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>Realtime Framework </p><p> Facilitates downloading and merging of files: </p><p> Hotcard lists </p><p> Currency rates </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Architecture </p><p>Housekeeper File Merge Manager </p><p>Hardware Security Module Interface Field Support Module </p><p>Transaction Manager </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>Realtime Framework </p><p> Support infrastructure Regional support </p><p>teams </p><p> Team members Email, Pager alerts </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Architecture </p><p>Housekeeper File Merge Manager </p><p>Hardware Security Module Interface Field Support Module </p><p>Transaction Manager </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>Realtime Framework </p><p> Connects TM to HSM Facilitates </p><p>cryptographic functionality </p><p> PIN processing Card verification </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Architecture </p><p>Housekeeper File Merge Manager </p><p>Hardware Security Module Interface Field Support Module </p><p>Transaction Manager </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>Realtime Framework </p><p> Cleans out aged data </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Architecture </p><p>Housekeeper File Merge Manager </p><p>Hardware Security Module Interface Field Support Module </p><p>Transaction Manager </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>The top row is used to orient </p><p>participants by showing them </p><p>where they are in relation to </p><p>the sections in the participant </p><p>guide. </p><p>Underline the current section. </p><p>For non-terminal sections, </p><p>show at least one preceding </p><p>and one following section. </p><p>Use ellipses to indicated that </p><p>there are more preceding or </p><p>following sections that cannot </p><p>be shown. </p><p>Separate sections using the </p><p>pipe symbol (on the </p><p>backslash key). </p><p>Remember to update the </p><p>copyright date </p><p>The second row of the </p><p>heading is used to display </p><p>the heading 1 section in the </p><p>participant guide to which the </p><p>slide belongs. </p><p>The Slide Title should usually </p><p>relate to a heading in the </p><p>participant guide (typically </p><p>Heading 2 or Heading 3) but </p><p>this is not always possible. </p><p>If a slide is animated, </p><p>move the play button onto the slide and </p><p>position it at: Horizontal </p><p>0 cm from top left corner </p><p>and Vertical 17.84 cm </p><p>from top left corner. </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Architecture </p><p>Interfaces Hotcards, etc. </p><p>PostCard </p><p>Field Support Module HSM Interface </p><p>Housekeeper File Merge Manager </p><p>Transaction Manager </p><p>Network </p><p>Network </p><p>Alerts Realtime </p><p>Management Console </p><p>Database </p><p>HSM </p><p>ATM </p><p>POS </p><p>Realtime Realtime Framework </p><p>External communications </p><p>External communications </p><p>TCP/IP ISO 8583 </p><p>TCP/IP ISO 8583 </p><p>TCP/IP ISO 8583 </p><p>TCP/IP ISO 8583 </p><p>External communications </p><p>Source Interfaces </p><p>Sink Interfaces </p><p>Network </p><p>Network </p><p>Network </p><p>External communications </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>The top row is used to orient </p><p>participants by showing them </p><p>where they are in relation to </p><p>the sections in the participant </p><p>guide. </p><p>Underline the current section. </p><p>For non-terminal sections, </p><p>show at least one preceding </p><p>and one following section. </p><p>Use ellipses to indicated that </p><p>there are more preceding or </p><p>following sections that cannot </p><p>be shown. </p><p>Separate sections using the </p><p>pipe symbol (on the </p><p>backslash key). </p><p>Remember to update the </p><p>copyright date </p><p>The second row of the </p><p>heading is used to display </p><p>the heading 1 section in the </p><p>participant guide to which the </p><p>slide belongs. </p><p>The Slide Title should usually </p><p>relate to a heading in the </p><p>participant guide (typically </p><p>Heading 2 or Heading 3) but </p><p>this is not always possible. </p><p>If a slide is animated, </p><p>move the play button onto the slide and </p><p>position it at: Horizontal </p><p>0 cm from top left corner </p><p>and Vertical 17.84 cm </p><p>from top left corner. </p><p> Source interfaces o Downstream </p><p>o Message translation </p><p>o Cryptographic functionality </p><p>o Device driving terminal applications </p><p> Sink interfaces o Upstream </p><p>o Message translation </p><p>o Cryptographic functionality </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Architecture </p><p>Interfaces </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>Realtime Interface Examples </p><p> Terminal applications o AtmApp </p><p>o Triton </p><p>o AnyCard </p><p>o TermApp </p><p> Network interfaces o PostBridge </p><p>o AmexLink </p><p>o MasterCard Debit </p><p>o MasterCard Credit </p><p>o Visa Base I &amp; II </p><p>o ACI Base 24 </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Architecture </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>The top row is used to orient </p><p>participants by showing them </p><p>where they are in relation to </p><p>the sections in the participant </p><p>guide. </p><p>Underline the current section. </p><p>For non-terminal sections, </p><p>show at least one preceding </p><p>and one following section. </p><p>Use ellipses to indicated that </p><p>there are more preceding or </p><p>following sections that cannot </p><p>be shown. </p><p>Separate sections using the </p><p>pipe symbol (on the </p><p>backslash key). </p><p>Remember to update the </p><p>copyright date </p><p>The second row of the </p><p>heading is used to display </p><p>the heading 1 section in the </p><p>participant guide to which the </p><p>slide belongs. </p><p>The Slide Title should usually </p><p>relate to a heading in the </p><p>participant guide (typically </p><p>Heading 2 or Heading 3) but </p><p>this is not always possible. </p><p>If a slide is animated, </p><p>move the play button onto the slide and </p><p>position it at: Horizontal </p><p>0 cm from top left corner </p><p>and Vertical 17.84 cm </p><p>from top left corner. </p><p> A conceptual connection in Transaction Manager o To which an interface connects </p><p>o Through which, transactions are routed </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Architecture </p><p>Nodes </p><p>Sink Entity Source Entity </p><p>Source node </p><p>Source Interface </p><p>Sink node </p><p>Sink Interface </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>The top row is used to orient </p><p>participants by showing them </p><p>where they are in relation to </p><p>the sections in the participant </p><p>guide. </p><p>Underline the current section. </p><p>For non-terminal sections, </p><p>show at least one preceding </p><p>and one following section. </p><p>Use ellipses to indicated that </p><p>there are more preceding or </p><p>following sections that cannot </p><p>be shown. </p><p>Separate sections using the </p><p>pipe symbol (on the </p><p>backslash key). </p><p>Remember to update the </p><p>copyright date </p><p>The second row of the </p><p>heading is used to display </p><p>the heading 1 section in the </p><p>participant guide to which the </p><p>slide belongs. </p><p>The Slide Title should usually </p><p>relate to a heading in the </p><p>participant guide (typically </p><p>Heading 2 or Heading 3) but </p><p>this is not always possible. </p><p>If a slide is animated, </p><p>move the play button onto the slide and </p><p>position it at: Horizontal </p><p>0 cm from top left corner </p><p>and Vertical 17.84 cm </p><p>from top left corner. </p><p> Functionality includes o Transaction integrity </p><p>o Transaction security </p><p>o PCI Data Security Standards </p><p>o Routing </p><p>o Stand-in authorization </p><p>o Batch management and reconciliation </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Transaction Manager </p><p>Transaction Manager Functionality </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>The top row is used to orient </p><p>participants by showing them </p><p>where they are in relation to </p><p>the sections in the participant </p><p>guide. </p><p>Underline the current section. </p><p>For non-terminal sections, </p><p>show at least one preceding </p><p>and one following section. </p><p>Use ellipses to indicated that </p><p>there are more preceding or </p><p>following sections that cannot </p><p>be shown. </p><p>Separate sections using the </p><p>pipe symbol (on the </p><p>backslash key). </p><p>Remember to update the </p><p>copyright date </p><p>The second row of the </p><p>heading is used to display </p><p>the heading 1 section in the </p><p>participant guide to which the </p><p>slide belongs. </p><p>The Slide Title should usually </p><p>relate to a heading in the </p><p>participant guide (typically </p><p>Heading 2 or Heading 3) but </p><p>this is not always possible. </p><p>If a slide is animated, </p><p>move the play button onto the slide and </p><p>position it at: Horizontal </p><p>0 cm from top left corner </p><p>and Vertical 17.84 cm </p><p>from top left corner. </p><p> Ensure that all parties (source to issuer) ultimately agree on the final outcome of a transaction </p><p> Realtime implements ISO 8583 to ensure transaction integrity in </p><p>o Lost response situations </p><p>o Protocol translation </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Transaction Manager </p><p>Transaction Integrity: 1 </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd. All rights reserved. </p><p>The top row is used to orient </p><p>participants by showing them </p><p>where they are in relation to </p><p>the sections in the participant </p><p>guide. </p><p>Underline the current section. </p><p>For non-terminal sections, </p><p>show at least one preceding </p><p>and one following section. </p><p>Use ellipses to indicated that </p><p>there are more preceding or </p><p>following sections that cannot </p><p>be shown. </p><p>Separate sections using the </p><p>pipe symbol (on the </p><p>backslash key). </p><p>Remember to update the </p><p>copyright date </p><p>The second row of the </p><p>heading is used to display </p><p>the heading 1 section in the </p><p>participant guide to which the </p><p>slide belongs. </p><p>The Slide Title should usually </p><p>relate to a heading in the </p><p>participant guide (typically </p><p>Heading 2 or Heading 3) but </p><p>this is not always possible. </p><p>If a slide is animated, </p><p>move the play button onto the slide and </p><p>position it at: Horizontal </p><p>0 cm from top left corner </p><p>and Vertical 17.84 cm </p><p>from top left corner. </p><p> Realtime also ensures data integrity in the event of system failure </p><p>o All transaction data is written to the database before being forwarded </p><p>o The state of transactions is recorded enables Realtime to take recovery on restarting </p><p> Realtime also exploits transaction integrity features of SQL Server </p><p>Introduction | Getting Started | Monitoring | Querying | Configuration </p><p> Transaction Manager </p><p>Transaction Integrity: 2 </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2009. S1 Global Ltd....</p></li></ul>