Upgrading / New iVeri Client to 4.0.2 installation

Technical questions relating to the Java iVeri Client integration

Upgrading / New iVeri Client to 4.0.2 installation

by samora Wed Apr 20, 2016 12:22 pm
Setting Up Your Environment
To make use of iVeriClient 4.0.2 you need at least JDK / JRE 8.
For the purpose of this exercise i will assume that you will be making use of the following directories as your iVeri Client Working Directory.
    For Linux = /usr/iVeriClient
    For Windows = C:\iVeriClient

    Please Note
    This directory does not have to be the same as above. However it has to be a directory that the user running your application will have access to.
    Create your working directory

    Linux
    To set the environment variable iVeriClient_Home you need to locate your bashrc file and add the following at the bottom of the file:
    iVeriClient_Home= /usr/iVeriClient
    Note
    that the directory "/usr/iVeriClient" needs to be created before you start the process as discussed above.
    You may be required to reboot the machine after updating your bashrc file .

    Windows
    Right Click Computer -> Properties
    Click on Advanced System Settings
    Click on Environment Variables
    Under System Variables click on New.
    Variable Name = iVeriClient_Home
    Variable Value = C:\iVeriClient
    Note
    that the directory "C:\iVeriClient" needs to be created before you start the process as discussed above.
    You may be required to reboot the machine after updating your Environment Variables.

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    Click on OK





    If Upgrading from a previous version and Running iVeri Client for the first time

    • locate and open your existing iVeriClient.config on %Java_Home%/lib/ivieri and copy the DefaultCertificateID under your current gateway. This will be under the gateway name you are making use of.
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      <DEFAULTCERTIFICATEID>7eb345af-dc94-413b-918c-81b33419383f</DEFAULTCERTIFICATEID>

    • Please ensure that there is no existing iVeriClient.jar in your %Java_Home%/lib/. If it exist, please move it or delete the file.
    • Place your new iVeriClient.jar in your %Java_Home%/lib/ directory. You will have download the new iVeri Client .Java 4.0.2 from Click Here
    • Run the following command on your Command Prompt or Terminal.
      • java ClientConfig
    • You may be prompted to choose a default gateway you will be making use of
      • please enter nedbank for the Nedbank gateway or enter host for other banks.
    • Now the following will be desplayed
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    • Now capture your default certificate as shown below
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    • You may now perform your "ApplicationID ping iVeri Gateway" to ensure your setup is correct.



    For New Installation or Requesting for a new certificate
    • Please login to Backoffice using the Administrator credentials.
    • Go to Menu item Certificate -> Manage Certificates
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    • Click on "New Certificate" at the top of the page
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    • Fill in the required info. Also note the the password field is required. Once done, click on the box at the bottom of the fields.
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      • Should you not be presented with the page above, please contact your local support team and ask them to move you to the new certificate chain.
      • Once you are moved to the new certificate chain then you no longer be able to request for a new cert using an older version of iVeri Client.
    • Download your certificate and place it in your iVeriClient_Home directory
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    • Now run your iVeriClient Utility and set the default certificate id as shown below.
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    Optional Set Certificate Authentication
    Please note that by default this is set to NO.
    This must not be set to yes if you are making use of a Certificate ID that may have been requested on an old iVeri Client(Version 3, 2 , 1 ).
    Should you wish to set this to yes the you may do the following
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    Note
    • The password prompted for is the password that you created in Backoffice while requesting for the certificate

Now You may make use of your new iVeriClient.Jar on your application
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