Updated on Wednesday, August 23, 2023
In the module configuration, you can activate the simulatio environment to carry out payment tests by simulating the response of the payment platform in order to test a wide range of cases.
The following simulation rules apply:
- the card number (PAN) must include between 15 and 19 digits (depending on the type of card used)
- the first six digits of the PAN determine the card type, as shown in the table below:
|Card type||The NAP begins with|
- The payment platform's response code (
responseCodefield) is determined from the last 2 digits of the PAN.
- The security code (CVV) is a sequence of 3 to 4 digits, depending on the type of card, but its value has no effect on the result.
Example: if you use the PAN
4100000000000005, the card will be VISA and the payment will be refused (
Note: if the response code indicated does not exist on the payment platform, the transaction will be accepted (
Co-badged cards can be used with any of the marks defined in the table.
All cards are 3D enrolled Secure, you are redirected to the simulation server 3D Secure where you choose the desired authentication result 3D Secure.