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The CEN/ISSS XFS Workshop aims to promote a clear and unambiguous specification defining a multi-vendor software interface to financial peripheral devices. The XFS (eXtensions for Financial Services) specifications are developed within the CEN/ISSS (European Committee for Standardization/Information Society Standardization System) Workshop environment. CEN/ISSS Workshops aim to arrive at a European consensus on an issue that can be published as a CEN Workshop Agreement (CWA). The CEN/ISSS XFS Workshop encourages the participation of both banks and vendors in the deliberations required to create an industry standard. The CEN/ISSS XFS Workshop achieves its goals by focused sub-groups working electronically and meeting quarterly. Release 3.20 of the XFS specification is based on a C API and is delivered with the continued promise for the protection of technical investment for existing applications. This release of the specification extends the functionality and capabilities of the existing devices covered by the specification, but does not include any new device classes. Notable major enhancements include Mixed Media processing to allow mixed cash and check accepting, as well as the addition of new commands to the CIM, PTR and IDC to allow better support of the Japanese marketplace.
||Extensions for Financial Services (XFS) interface specification Release 3.20 - Part 16: Card Dispenser Device Class Interface Programmer's Reference