When completing an AIS connection using our auth requests feature, you will now get the
syncId returned in the payload. This will allow you to track the status of the sync that completes the connection in the case of using
Previously, if an asset account was created and a provider name was given, that provider name wouldn't be returned when retrieving accounts. Provider names are now returned when getting accounts for asset types.
There had been more instances of Session Not Found pages showing up when returning from bank consents. The reasons this was happening were:
We have released a repository that will demonstrate how to communicate with out APIs in various programming languages. Documentation can be found here
Variable Recurring Payments can now be created for banks that support them. VRPs allow a single consent to be created for multiple payments, with the ability to set limits on the time and amount
We have added a new feature to our payment auth requests, including standing orders and recurring payments.
We now make use of the initial transactions month history information we get for our banking providers (made available in our connection list) to allow our clients to retrieve more than the usual 12 months of transactions on initial connection.
If the banking provider gives us information on how far back they can go for transactions, we will either go the full length they provide, or 36 months by default (which ever is shortest). So for example:
Inputs for payee details like sort code and account number are validated correctly, returning a HTTP 400 Bad Request response with the correct body describing what format is expected for the given fields.