EMV rules require the printing of additional data on the receipt for contact and contactless EMV transactions. The fields that must be printed will vary by TPP (Acquirer) and transaction outcome.
The response message from Simplify for an EMV transaction will provide the POS with two ways to print required EMV data:
The Fusebox response includes fields specifically designed to provide receipt data. Simplify adds chip data to these EMV receipt fields before sending the POS a response.
For more control over printing, the print string can be built by the POS from individual data fields in the response, where each field contains data for one EMV tag.
See "Sample EMV Sale Message" for examples of EMV receipt fields. See "EMV Tags" for a list of commonly used tags. See the Fusebox EMV section under "EMV Receipts" for more information.