The setCVV operation is used to temporary associate a CVV with an existing token. This CVV will be used by the next request made with the associated token and then discarded.
The setCVV operation is useful for one-click payments, where you already have the customer’s credit card information and cannot send the CVV from your server.
For this method, you will need to wrap the request paratemers in a JSON object and send them as the value of a parameter called
request_body. You can view some practical examples on our API guides section.
Your unique and public integration key. You can do a token operation using this key instead of the integration key when the request is from the client of your customer (browser, app, etc…). By doing this you don’t have to deal directly with the credit card information of your customer.
The token that you want to associate the CVV with.
Credit card security code.
The status of the the request (SUCCESS or ERROR).
The token specified in the request.
The masked credit card number. This can be stored and shown to the customer.