Stand-In Response and Online Response Differences

The main differences between a Stand-In Response and an Online Response occur in the fields described below.

Field 3 (Account Data)

    Online Response - This field contains the Fusebox-returned token for the account number.

Field 4 (Expiration Date)

    Stand-in Response - This field will contain the encrypted Expiration Date, if the card was keyed.

Field 6 (Authorization Code)

    Online Response - This field contains the approval code returned by Fusebox.

Field 1003 (Gateway Response Code)

    Stand-In Response - This field contains “0000”.

Field 1010 (Gateway Response Message)

    Stand-in Response - This field contains the text *SLR STAND-IN.

Note: Field 1010: A value of *SLR STAND-IN. in this field does not mean that Simplify has performed stand-in; it indicates that Simplify did not receive a Host Response before timing out. The POS decides whether to perform stand-in (approve the transaction locally).

IMPORTANT: It is the responsibility of the POS to manage transactions received from Simplify.