Configure an EBICS Server Service

The EBICS Server service handles incoming EBICS requests (through HTTP and HTTPS) based on the EBICS protocol specifications, generating and sending the appropriate response back to the subscriber.

Following are the other responsibilities of an EBICS Server service:
  • Processing the incoming EBICS requests and generating responses
  • Performing message authentication, generation, and verification of the identification and authentication signatures of EBICS messages
  • Managing the life cycle of EBICS transactions in a bank's system
  • Managing process flows of various requests, such as download (FDL) and upload (FUL)
Note: Ensure that you set the scheduler settings with an appropriate value to ensure that the idle transactions are cancelled when they exceed the Maximum Idle Time period.

For information about configuring EBICS Server service, see EBICS Server Service.