Last update 18/01/2016

1. Introduction

EBS is an Indian payment platform on which Ingenico ePayments offers various Indian web banking payment methods.

Transactions with the EBS payment methods can only be processed via Ingenico ePayments e-Commerce, with a redirection to the EBS platform.

2. Activation

With just one EBS account the merchant has a wide choice of payment methods, which he can offer to his customers.

These are the different steps for the activation:

For Indian merchants (who already have an EBS account):

    1. The merchant has to contact (his account manager at) EBS;
    2. The account manager will check if the merchant complies with a list of prerequisites and will ask him a list of documents.
    3. The merchant fills in the documents and sends them back to his account manager.
    4. Once the contract is signed, EBS creates a new account (if applicable), delivers the credentials and activates the payment method(s) for the merchant
    5. On the Ingenico ePayments platform, the merchant or EBS can activate the relevant payment method.

    For non Indian merchants (who still need to activate an EBS account):

      1. The merchant has to contact his account manager at Ingenico ePayments;
      2. The account manager will check if the merchant complies with a list of prerequisites and will ask him a list of documents;
      3. The merchant fills in the documents and sends them back to the account manager;
      4. Once the contract is signed, EBS creates a new account (if applicable), delivers the credentials and activates the payment method(s) for the merchant;
      5. In the Ingenico ePayments account, either the merchant or our Admin team can activate the relevant payment methods.

      Note:

      In the payment method configuration screen for EBS, all the available payment methods will be displayed. The merchant should only select those he has signed a contract for.

      3. Payment methods

      Below we have listed the different payment methods that are supported by the EBS platform.

      In the right-hand side column you can find the values for the PM and BRAND parameters. These are both the input and feedback values.

      Payment methods PM/BRAND
      Axis bank EBS_AXIS
      HDFC Bank EBS_HDFC
      J & F Bank EBS_JF
      ICICI Bank EBS_ICICI
      Federal Bank EBS_FED
      State Bank of India EBS_INDIA
      State Bank of Hyderabad EBS_HYDERABAD
      State Bank of Mysore EBS_MYSORE
      State Bank of Travancore EBS_TRAVANCORE
      Karnataka Bank EBS_KARNATAKA
      Corporation Bank EBS_CORP
      Indian Bank EBS_IB
      Central Bank of India EBS_CB
      Kotak Mahindra Bank EBS_KOTAK
      ITZ Cash

      EBS_ITZ

      Done Card EBS_DC
      ICash EBS_ICASH
      Beam Cash EBS_BC
      Oriental Bank of Commerce EBS_OBC
      ING VYSYA BANK EBS_ING
      State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur EBS_SBBJ
      Yes Bank EBS_YES
      Indian Overseas Bank EBS_IOB
      City Union Bank EBS_CUB
      United Bank of India EBS_UNITED
      State Bank of Patiala EBS_SBP
      Bank of India EBS_BI
      OSS Card EBS_OSS
      State Bank of Shaurashtra EBS_SBS
      State Bank of Indore EBS_SBI

      More information about payment methods can be found in you Ingenico ePayments account. Just log in and go to: Support > Integration & user manuals > Technical Guides > Payment Methods Processing/ Procedures.

      4. New transaction

      To create new transactions, the EBS platform requires additional fields. The merchant has to send these fields in the payment request to Ingenico ePayments, which will redirect the fields to EBS. When the fields are not present or left empty, the EBS payments methods cannot be used.

      When calling the Ingenico ePayments payment page, EBS is only available when:

      • The currency is INR (Indian rupee)
      • The mandatory extra parameters are provided

      Below both the required and optional fields are listed:

      Required: Invoicing information

      Optional: Delivery information

      ECOM_BILLTO_POSTAL_NAME_FIRST

      ECOM_SHIPTO_POSTAL_NAME_FIRST

      ECOM_BILLTO_POSTAL_NAME_LAST ECOM_SHIPTO_POSTAL_NAME_LAST
      OWNERADDRESS ECOM_SHIPTO_POSTAL_STREET_LINE1
      OWNERADDRESS2 ECOM_SHIPTO_POSTAL_STREET_LINE2
      OWNERADDRESS3 ECOM_SHIPTO_POSTAL_STREET_LINE3
      ECOM_BILLTO_POSTAL_STREET_NUMBER ECOM_SHIPTO_POSTAL_STREET_NUMBER
      OWNERZIP ECOM_SHIPTO_POSTAL_POSTALCODE
      OWNERTOWN ECOM_SHIPTO_POSTAL_CITY
      ECOM_BILLTO_POSTAL_COUNTY ECOM_SHIPTO_POSTAL_COUNTY
      OWNERCTY ECOM_SHIPTO_POSTAL_COUNTRYCODE
      OWNERTELNO  
      EMAIL  

      More information about payment methods can be found in you Ingenico ePayments account. Just log in and go to: Support > Integration & user manuals> Technical Guides > Payment Methods Processing/Procedures.

      5. Maintenance operations

      Maintenance operations are possible in the back office, via DirectLink and with Batch files.

      EBS allows partial maintenance operations but not multiple maintenance operations; e.g. you can capture only half the amount of an authorisation, but then you won’t be able to perform another capture for the same authorisation; the transaction is closed.

       

      Available with EBS payment methods 

      Partial (<= amount)

      Transaction open for other operations 

      Renewal of authorisation

      No

      n/a

      n/a

      Delete authorisation

      Yes

      No

      No

      Capture

      Yes

      Yes

      Capture :No

      Refund: Yes

      Refund

      Yes

      Yes

      No

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