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R12: AP/IBY: How To Deploy The Payments Transmission Servlet On A Host Outside The Firewall (Doc ID 2810249.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 27, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Payments - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Trying to transmit payment file to a Bank.
Oracle Payments Implementation Guide  refers to Tunneling on page 4-11. It says:

"The purpose of tunneling is to allow connectivity between Oracle Payments and external payment systems without compromising network security.
Processor payment systems, for example, often require protocols, such as FTP or raw IP socket connectivity to receive payment instruction files.
Instead of creating breaches in their firewall to accommodate these connectivity requirements, users can instead deploy the Payments Transmission servlet on a host outside their firewall and then tunnel, or delegate, requests to it from the Oracle Payments engine."

QUESTION

Is it a MUST to deploy the Payments Transmission servlet on a host outside the firewall secure protocols like the "Secure File Transfer Protocol for Static File Names"
or
"Http(s) POST Request" as well?
If yes,  how to do that deployment?
 

Solution

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