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The CEN XFS Workshop is a continuation of the Banking Solution Vendors Council workshop and maintains a technical commitment to the Win 32 API. However, the XFS Workshop has extended the franchise of multi vendor software by encouraging the participation of both banks and vendors to take part in the deliberations of the creation of an industry standard. This move towards opening the participation beyond the BSVC's original membership has been very successful with a current membership level of more than 20 companies. The fundamental aims of the XFS Workshop are to promote a clear and unambiguous specification for both service providers and application developers. This has been achieved to date by sub groups working electronically and quarterly meetings. The move from an XFS 3.00 specification to a 3.02 specification has been prompted by customer demand for support of ECB Article 6 legislation to deal with handling of forgery and suspected forgery notes. To do cash recycling in Europe there are requirements defined in article 6 how to deal with money that is a forgery or might be a forgery. The bank notes are classified in levels. The following levels are defined at the moment: - level1: no bank note - level2: forgery - level3: possibly a forgery - level4: real money A signature is a unique identifier for a bank note. It is used together with the transaction data like an account number to identify the customer who has deposited this banknote. The clear direction of the XFS Workshop, therefore, is the delivery of a new Release 3.02 specification based on a C API. It will be delivered with the promise of the protection of technical investment for existing applications and the design to safeguard future developments. All XFS 3.00 CIM clarifications apply to this document.
|Engelse titel||Extensions for Financial Services (XFS) interface specification - Release 3.02 - Part 28: Cash In Module Device Class Interface - Migration from Version 3.00 to Version 3.02 - Programmer's Reference|