1.11.2. Taler Core Bank API

1.11.2.1. Introduction

The Libeufin bank provides a minimal core banking system. In addition to that, it provides features for local/regional currencies.

1.11.2.2. Authentication

Some requests require the client to authenticate via HTTP Basic auth (RFC 7617) or using a bearer token which can be obtained or refreshed from the /accounts/$USERNAME/token endpoint. When using Basic authentication, the user-id must be the bank username, and the password the password for the corresponding user.

Another way to obtain a login token is by manually configuring it for certain endpoints. For example, the exchange could give an auditor read-only access to the taler-wire-gateway facade via such a manually configured access token.

The admin user is a special, hard-coded username. Some requests require the client to authenticate as the admin.

POST /accounts/$USERNAME/token

See DD 48 token endpoint.

1.11.2.3. Bank Web UI

The web UI for the bank is typically served under /.

1.11.2.4. Config

GET /config

Return the protocol version and configuration information about the bank. This specification corresponds to current protocol being version 4.

Response:

200 OK:

Response is a Config.

Details:

interface Config {
  // Name of the API.
  name: "taler-corebank";

  // libtool-style representation of the Bank protocol version, see
  // https://www.gnu.org/software/libtool/manual/html_node/Versioning.html#Versioning
  // The format is "current:revision:age".
  version: string;

  // Bank display name to be used in user interfaces.
  // For consistency use "Taler Bank" if missing.
  // @since v4, will become mandatory in the next version.
  bank_name?: string;

  // Advertised base URL to use when you sharing an URL with another
  // program.
  // @since v4.
  base_url?: string;

  // If 'true' the server provides local currency conversion support
  // If 'false' some parts of the API are not supported and return 501
  allow_conversion: boolean;

  // If 'true' anyone can register
  // If 'false' only admin can
  allow_registrations: boolean;

  // If 'true' account can delete themselves
  // If 'false' only admin can delete accounts
  allow_deletions: boolean;

  // If 'true' anyone can edit their name
  // If 'false' only admin can
  allow_edit_name: boolean;

  // If 'true' anyone can edit their cashout account
  // If 'false' only admin can
  allow_edit_cashout_payto_uri: boolean;

  // Default debt limit for newly created accounts
  default_debit_threshold: Amount;

  // Currency used by this bank.
  currency: string;

  // How the bank SPA should render this currency.
  currency_specification: CurrencySpecification;

  // TAN channels supported by the server
  supported_tan_channels: TanChannel[];

  // Wire transfer type supported by the bank.
  // Default to 'iban' is missing
  // @since v4, will become mandatory in the next version.
  wire_type?: string;
}

1.11.2.5. Account Management

POST /accounts

Create a new bank account. Depending on the configuration, the account creation is self-serve, or only restricted to the administrators.

Request:

interface RegisterAccountRequest {
  // Username of the account
  username: string;

  // Password of the account used for authentication
  password: string;

  // Legal name of the account owner
  name: string;

  // Make this account visible to anyone?
  // Defaults to false.
  is_public?: boolean;

  // Make this account a taler exchange account?
  // If true:
  // - incoming transactions to the account that do not
  //   have a valid reserve public key are automatically
  // - the account provides the taler-wire-gateway-api endpoints
  // Defaults to false.
  is_taler_exchange?: boolean;

  // Addresses where to send the TAN for protected operations.
  contact_data?: ChallengeContactData;

  // IBAN 'payto' URI of a fiat bank account with a 'receiver-name' parameter.
  // If 'receiver-name' is missing, name will be used instead.
  // Payments will be sent to this bank account
  // when the user wants to convert the regional currency
  // back to fiat currency outside bank.
  cashout_payto_uri?: string;

  // Internal payto URI of this bank account.
  // Used mostly for testing, this field is ignored if the bank payment
  // method is not IBAN.
  payto_uri?: string;

  // If present, set the max debit allowed for this user
  // Only admin can set this property.
  debit_threshold?: Amount;

  // If present, enables 2FA and set the TAN channel used for challenges
  // Only admin can set this property, other user can reconfig their account
  // after creation.
  tan_channel?: TanChannel;
}
interface ChallengeContactData {
  // E-Mail address
  email?: EmailAddress;

  // Phone number.
  phone?: PhoneNumber;
}

Response:

200 OK:

Response is a RegisterAccountResponse.

400 Bad request:

Input data was invalid. For example, the client specified a invalid phone number or e-mail address.

401 Unauthorized:

Invalid credentials or missing rights.

409 Conflict:
  • TALER_EC_BANK_REGISTER_USERNAME_REUSE : username already used.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_REGISTER_PAYTO_URI_REUSE : payto URI already used.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_UNALLOWED_DEBIT : admin account does not have sufficient funds to grant bonus.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_RESERVED_USERNAME_CONFLICT : a reserved username was attempted, like admin or bank

  • TALER_EC_BANK_NON_ADMIN_PATCH_DEBT_LIMIT : a non-admin user has tried to create an account with a customer debt limit.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_NON_ADMIN_SET_TAN_CHANNEL : a non-admin user has tried to create an account with 2fa.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_TAN_CHANNEL_NOT_SUPPORTED: tan_channel is not supported, check bank config to find supported ones.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_MISSING_TAN_INFO: the user did not share any contact data where to send the TAN via tan_channel.

Details:

interface RegisterAccountResponse {
  // Internal payto URI of this bank account.
  internal_payto_uri: string;
}
DELETE /accounts/$USERNAME

Delete the account whose username is $USERNAME. The deletion succeeds only if the balance is zero. Typically only available to the administrator, but can be configured to allow ordinary users too.

Response:

202 Accepted:

2FA is required for this operation. This returns the Challenge response.

204 No content:

The account was successfully deleted.

401 Unauthorized:

Invalid credentials or missing rights.

404 Not found:

The account pointed by $USERNAME was not found.

409 Conflict:
  • TALER_EC_BANK_RESERVED_USERNAME_CONFLICT : a reserved username was attempted, like admin or bank.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_ACCOUNT_BALANCE_NOT_ZERO: the account balance was not zero.

PATCH /accounts/$USERNAME

Allows reconfiguring the account data of $USERNAME.

Request:

interface AccountReconfiguration {
  // Addresses where to send the TAN for protected operations.
  contact_data?: ChallengeContactData;

  // IBAN 'payto' URI of a fiat bank account with a 'receiver-name' parameter.
  // If 'receiver-name' is missing, name will be used instead.
  // Payments will be sent to this bank account
  // when the user wants to convert the regional currency
  // back to fiat currency outside bank.
  // Only admin can change this property if not allowed in config
  cashout_payto_uri?: string;

  // If present, change the legal name associated with $username.
  // Only admin can change this property if not allowed in config
  name?: string;

  // Make this account visible to anyone?
  is_public?: boolean;

  // If present, change the max debit allowed for this user
  // Only admin can change this property.
  debit_threshold?: Amount;

  // If present, enables 2FA and set the TAN channel used for challenges
  tan_channel?: TanChannel;
}

Response:

202 Accepted:

2FA is required for this operation. This returns the Challenge response.

204 No content:

Operation successful.

401 Unauthorized:

Invalid credentials or missing rights.

404 Not found:

The account pointed by $USERNAME was not found.

409 Conflict:
  • TALER_EC_BANK_NON_ADMIN_PATCH_LEGAL_NAME : a non-admin user has tried to change their legal name.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_NON_ADMIN_PATCH_CASHOUT : a non-admin user has tried to change their cashout account.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_NON_ADMIN_PATCH_DEBT_LIMIT : a non-admin user has tried to change their debt limit.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_TAN_CHANNEL_NOT_SUPPORTED : tan_channel is not supported, check bank config to find supported ones.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_MISSING_TAN_INFO : the user did not share any contact data where to send the TAN via tan_channel.

PATCH /accounts/$USERNAME/auth

Allows changing the account’s password.

Request:

interface AccountPasswordChange {
  // Old password. If present it need to match the current
  // password before updating.
  old_password?: string;
  // New password.
  new_password: string;
}

Response:

202 Accepted:

2FA is required for this operation. This returns the Challenge response.

204 No content:

Operation successful.

404 Not found:

The account pointed by $USERNAME was not found.

401 Unauthorized:

Invalid credentials or missing rights.

409 Conflict:
  • TALER_EC_BANK_NON_ADMIN_PATCH_MISSING_OLD_PASSWORD: a non-admin user has tried to change their password whihout providing the current one.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_PATCH_BAD_OLD_PASSWORD : provided old password does not match current password.

GET /public-accounts

Show those accounts whose histories are publicly visible. For example, accounts from donation receivers. As such, this request is unauthenticated.

Request:

Query Parameters:
  • deltaOptional. Takes value of the form N (-N), so that at most N values strictly older (younger) than start are returned. Defaults to -20 to return the last 20 entries.

  • startOptional. Row number threshold, see delta for its interpretation. Defaults to smallest or biggest row id possible according to delta sign.

  • filter_nameOptional. Pattern to filter on the account legal name. Given the filter ‘foo’, all the results will contain ‘foo’ in their legal name. Without this option, all the existing accounts are returned.

Response:

200 OK:

Response is a PublicAccountsResponse.

204 No content:

No public account.

Details:

interface PublicAccountsResponse {
  public_accounts: PublicAccount[];
}
interface PublicAccount {
  // Username of the account
  username: string;

  // Internal payto URI of this bank account.
  payto_uri: string;

  // Current balance of the account
  balance: Balance;

  // Is this a taler exchange account?
  is_taler_exchange: boolean;

  // Opaque unique ID used for pagination.
  // @since v4, will become mandatory in the next version.
  row_id?: Integer;
}
GET /accounts

Obtains a list of the accounts registered at the bank. It returns only the information that this API handles, without any balance or transactions list. This request is only available to the administrator.

Request:

Query Parameters:
  • deltaOptional. Takes value of the form N (-N), so that at most N values strictly older (younger) than start are returned. Defaults to -20 to return the last 20 entries.

  • startOptional. Row number threshold, see delta for its interpretation. Defaults to smallest or biggest row id possible according to delta sign.

  • filter_nameOptional. Pattern to filter on the account legal name. Given the filter ‘foo’, all the results will contain ‘foo’ in their legal name. Without this option, all the existing accounts are returned.

Response:

200 OK:

At least one account was found. The server responds with a ListBankAccountsResponse object.

204 No Content:

No accounts were found for the given request.

401 Unauthorized:

Invalid credentials or missing rights.

Details:

interfaces ListBankAccountsResponse {
  accounts: AccountMinimalData[];
}
interface Balance {
  amount: Amount;
  credit_debit_indicator: "credit" | "debit";
}
interface AccountMinimalData {
  // Username of the account
  username: string;

  // Legal name of the account owner.
  name: string;

  // Internal payto URI of this bank account.
  payto_uri: string;

  // Current balance of the account
  balance: Balance;

  // Number indicating the max debit allowed for the requesting user.
  debit_threshold: Amount;

  // Is this account visible to anyone?
  is_public: boolean;

  // Is this a taler exchange account?
  is_taler_exchange: boolean;

  // Opaque unique ID used for pagination.
  // @since v4, will become mandatory in the next version.
  row_id?: Integer;

  // Current status of the account
  // active: the account can be used
  // deleted: the account has been deleted but is retained for compliance
  // reasons, only the administrator can access it
  // Default to 'active' is missing
  // @since v4, will become mandatory in the next version.
  status?: "active" | "deleted";
}
GET /accounts/$USERNAME

Obtains information relative to the account owned by $USERNAME. The request is available to the administrator and $USERNAME itself.

Response:

200 OK:

The bank responds with an AccountData object.

401 Unauthorized:

Invalid credentials or missing rights.

404 Not found:

The account pointed by $USERNAME was not found.

Details:

interface AccountData {
  // Legal name of the account owner.
  name: string;

  // Available balance on the account.
  balance: Balance;

  // payto://-URI of the account.
  payto_uri: string;

  // Number indicating the max debit allowed for the requesting user.
  debit_threshold: Amount;

  // Addresses where to send the TAN for transactions.
  // Currently only used for cashouts.
  // If missing, cashouts will fail.
  // In the future, might be used for other transactions
  // as well.
  contact_data?: ChallengeContactData;

  // IBAN 'payto' URI with a 'receiver-name'  parameter of a fiat bank
  // account where to send cashouts. This field is optional
  // because not all the accounts are required to participate
  // in the merchants' circuit.  One example is the exchange:
  // that never cashouts.  Registering these accounts can
  // be done via the access API.
  cashout_payto_uri?: string;

  // Is this account visible to anyone?
  is_public: boolean;

  // Is this a taler exchange account?
  is_taler_exchange: boolean;

  // Is 2FA enabled and what channel is used for challenges?
  tan_channel?: TanChannel;

  // Current status of the account
  // active: the account can be used
  // deleted: the account has been deleted but is retained for compliance
  // reasons, only the administrator can access it
  // Default to 'active' is missing
  // @since v4, will become mandatory in the next version.
  status?: "active" | "deleted";
}

1.11.2.6. Transactions

GET /accounts/$USERNAME/transactions

Retrieve a subset of transactions related to $USERNAME.

The list of returned transactions is determined by a row ID starting point and a signed non-zero integer delta:

  • If delta is positive, return a list of up to delta transactions (all matching the filter criteria) strictly after the starting point. The transactions are sorted in ascending order of the row ID.

  • If delta is negative, return a list of up to -delta transactions (all matching the filter criteria) strictly before the starting point. The transactions are sorted in descending order of the row ID.

If starting point is not explicitly given, it defaults to:

  • A value that is smaller than all other row IDs if delta is positive.

  • A value that is larger than all other row IDs if delta is negative.

Request:

Query Parameters:
  • deltaOptional. Takes value of the form N (-N), so that at most N values strictly older (younger) than start are returned. Defaults to -20 to return the last 20 entries.

  • startOptional. Row number threshold, see delta for its interpretation. Defaults to smallest or biggest row id possible according to delta sign.

  • long_poll_ms – Optional number to express how many milliseconds the server should wait for at least one result to be shown. If not given, the server responds immediately, regardless of the result.

Response:

200 OK:

The bank responds with an BankAccountTransactionsResponse object.

204 No content:

No transaction found.

401 Unauthorized:

Invalid credentials or missing rights.

404 Not found:

The account pointed by $USERNAME was not found.

Details:

interface BankAccountTransactionsResponse {
  transactions: BankAccountTransactionInfo[];
}
GET /accounts/$USERNAME/transactions/$TRANSACTION_ID

Retrieve the transaction whose identifier is TRANSACTION_ID.

Response:

200 OK:

The bank responds with an BankAccountTransactionInfo object.

401 Unauthorized:

Invalid credentials or missing rights.

404 Not found:

The account pointed by $USERNAME was not found.

Details:

interface BankAccountTransactionInfo {
  creditor_payto_uri: string;
  debtor_payto_uri: string;

  amount: Amount;
  direction: "debit" | "credit";

  subject: string;

  // Transaction unique ID.  Matches
  // $TRANSACTION_ID from the URI.
  row_id: Integer;
  date: Timestamp;
}
POST /accounts/$USERNAME/transactions

Create a new transaction where the bank account with the label USERNAME is debited.

Request:

interface CreateTransactionRequest {
  // Address in the Payto format of the wire transfer receiver.
  // It needs at least the 'message' query string parameter.
  payto_uri: string;

  // Transaction amount (in the $currency:x.y format), optional.
  // However, when not given, its value must occupy the 'amount'
  // query string parameter of the 'payto' field.  In case it
  // is given in both places, the payto_uri's takes the precedence.
  amount: string;

  // Nonce to make the request idempotent.  Requests with the same
  // request_uid that differ in any of the other fields
  // are rejected.
  // @since v4, will become mandatory in the next version.
  request_uid?: ShortHashCode;
}

Response:

200 Ok:

The bank responds with an CreateTransactionResponse object.

202 Accepted:

2FA is required for this operation. This returns the Challenge response.

400 Bad Request:

The request was invalid or the payto://-URI used unacceptable features.

401 Unauthorized:

Invalid credentials.

404 Not found:

The account pointed by $USERNAME was not found.

409 Conflict:
  • TALER_EC_BANK_SAME_ACCOUNT : creditor account is the same than USERNAME.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_UNKNOWN_CREDITOR : creditor account was not found.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_UNALLOWED_DEBIT : the account does not have sufficient funds.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_TRANSFER_REQUEST_UID_REUSED: an operation with the same request_uid but different details has been submitted before.

Details:

interface CreateTransactionResponse {
  // ID identifying the transaction being created
  row_id: Integer;
}

1.11.2.7. Taler Withdrawals

POST /accounts/$USERNAME/withdrawals

Create a withdrawal operation, resulting in a taler://withdraw URI.

Request:

interface BankAccountCreateWithdrawalRequest {
  // Amount to withdraw.
  amount: Amount;
}

Response:

200 Ok:

The bank responds with an BankAccountCreateWithdrawalResponse object.

404 Not found:

The account pointed by $USERNAME was not found.

409 Conflict:

The account does not have sufficient funds.

Details:

interface BankAccountCreateWithdrawalResponse {
  // ID identifying the operation being created
  withdrawal_id: string;

  // URI that can be passed to the wallet to initiate the withdrawal
  taler_withdraw_uri: string;
}
POST /accounts/$USERNAME/withdrawals/$WITHDRAWAL_ID/confirm

Confirms WITHDRAWAL_ID operation. Has no effect on an already confirmed withdrawal operation. This call is responsible for wiring the funds to the exchange.

Response:

202 Accepted:

2FA is required for this operation. This returns the Challenge response.

204 No content:

The withdrawal operation has been confirmed.

404 Not found:

The operation was not found.

409 Conflict:
  • TALER_EC_BANK_CONFIRM_ABORT_CONFLICT : the withdrawal has been aborted previously and can’t be confirmed.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_CONFIRM_INCOMPLETE : the withdraw operation cannot be confirmed because no exchange and reserve public key selection happened before.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_UNALLOWED_DEBIT : the account does not have sufficient funds.

POST /accounts/$USERNAME/withdrawals/$WITHDRAWAL_ID/abort

Aborts WITHDRAWAL_ID operation. Has no effect on an already aborted operation.

Response:

204 No content:

The withdrawal operation has been aborted.

404 Not found:

The withdrawal operation was not found.

409 Conflict:

The withdrawal operation has been confirmed previously and can’t be aborted.

GET /withdrawals/$WITHDRAWAL_ID

Retrieve public information about WITHDRAWAL_ID withdrawal operation. Does not require further authentication as knowledge of WITHDRAWAL_ID serves as an authenticator.

Request:

Query Parameters:
  • long_poll_msOptional. If specified, the bank will wait up to long_poll_ms milliseconds for operationt state to be different from old_state before sending the HTTP response. A client must never rely on this behavior, as the bank may return a response immediately.

  • old_stateOptional. Default to “pending”.

Response:

200 Ok:

The bank responds with an WithdrawalPublicInfo object.

404 Not found:

The operation was not found.

Details:

interface WithdrawalPublicInfo {
  // Current status of the operation
  // pending: the operation is pending parameters selection (exchange and reserve public key)
  // selected: the operations has been selected and is pending confirmation
  // aborted: the operation has been aborted
  // confirmed: the transfer has been confirmed and registered by the bank
  status: "pending" | "selected" | "aborted" | "confirmed";

  // Amount that will be withdrawn with this operation
  // (raw amount without fee considerations).
  amount: Amount;

  // Account username
  username: string;

  // Reserve public key selected by the exchange,
  // only non-null if status is selected or confirmed.
  selected_reserve_pub?: string;

  // Exchange account selected by the wallet
  // only non-null if status is selected or confirmed.
  selected_exchange_account?: string;
}

1.11.2.8. Cashouts

POST /accounts/$USERNAME/cashouts

Initiates a conversion to fiat currency. The fiat bank account to be credited is the one specified at registration time via the cashout_payto_uri parameter. The regional bank account is specified via $USERNAME.

Note

Consult the cashout rates call to learn about any applicable fee or exchange rate.

Request:

interface CashoutRequest {
  // Nonce to make the request idempotent.  Requests with the same
  // request_uid that differ in any of the other fields
  // are rejected.
  request_uid: ShortHashCode;

  // Optional subject to associate to the
  // cashout operation.  This data will appear
  // as the incoming wire transfer subject in
  // the user's fiat bank account.
  subject?: string;

  // That is the plain amount that the user specified
  // to cashout.  Its $currency is the (regional) currency of the
  // bank instance.
  amount_debit: Amount;

  // That is the amount that will effectively be
  // transferred by the bank to the user's fiat bank
  // account.
  // It is expressed in the fiat currency and
  // is calculated after the cashout fee and the
  // exchange rate.  See the /cashout-rate call.
  // The client needs to calculate this amount
  // correctly based on the amount_debit and the cashout rate,
  // otherwise the request will fail.
  amount_credit: Amount;
}

Response:

200 OK:

The cashout request was correctly created. This returns the CashoutResponse response.

202 Accepted:

2FA is required for this operation. This returns the Challenge response.

404 Not found:

The account pointed by $USERNAME was not found.

409 Conflict:
  • TALER_EC_BANK_TRANSFER_REQUEST_UID_REUSED: an operation with the same request_uid but different details has been submitted before.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_BAD_CONVERSION : exchange rate was calculated incorrectly by the client.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_UNALLOWED_DEBIT : the account does not have sufficient funds.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_CONFIRM_INCOMPLETE : the user did not share any cashout payto to uri where to wire funds.

501 Not Implemented:
  • TALER_EC_BANK_TAN_CHANNEL_NOT_SUPPORTED: the chosen tan_channel is not currently supported.

  • This server does not support conversion, client should check config response.

Details:

interface CashoutResponse {
  // ID identifying the operation being created
  cashout_id: Integer;
}
GET /accounts/$USERNAME/cashouts/$CASHOUT_ID

Returns information about the status of the $CASHOUT_ID operation. The request is available to the administrator and the account owner.

Response:

200 OK:

Response is a CashoutStatusResponse.

404 Not found:

The cashout operation was not found.

501 Not implemented:

This server does not support conversion, client should check config response.

Details:

interface CashoutStatusResponse {
  // Amount debited to the regional bank account.
  amount_debit: Amount;

  // Amount credited to the fiat bank account.
  amount_credit: Amount;

  // Transaction subject.
  subject: string;

  // Time when the cashout was created.
  creation_time: Timestamp;
}
GET /accounts/$USERNAME/cashouts

Returns the list of all cash-out operations for an account.

Request:

Query Parameters:
  • deltaOptional. Takes value of the form N (-N), so that at most N values strictly older (younger) than start are returned. Defaults to -20 to return the last 20 entries.

  • startOptional. Row number threshold, see delta for its interpretation. Defaults to smallest or biggest row id possible according to delta sign.

Response:

200 OK:

Response is a Cashouts.

204 No Content:

No cash-out operations were found.

501 Not implemented:

This server does not support conversion, client should check config response.

Details:

interface Cashouts {
  // Every string represents a cash-out operation ID.
  cashouts: CashoutInfo[];
}
interface CashoutInfo {
  cashout_id: Integer;
}
GET /cashouts

Returns the list of all cash-out operations for all accounts.

Can only be used by the administrators.

Request:

Query Parameters:
  • deltaOptional. Takes value of the form N (-N), so that at most N values strictly older (younger) than start are returned. Defaults to -20 to return the last 20 entries.

  • startOptional. Row number threshold, see delta for its interpretation. Defaults to smallest or biggest row id possible according to delta sign.

Note

We might want to add a filter in the future to only query pending cashout operations.

Response:

200 OK:

Response is a GlobalCashouts.

204 No Content:

No cash-out operations were found.

501 Not implemented:

This server does not support conversion, client should check config response.

Details:

interface GlobalCashouts {
  cashouts: GlobalCashoutInfo[];
}
interface GlobalCashoutInfo {
  cashout_id: Integer;
  username: string;
}

1.11.2.9. 2FA

POST /accounts/$USERNAME/challenge/$CHALLENGE_ID

Send TAN code for the CHALLENGE_ID challenge.

This request can be posted several times to trigger TAN retransmission when the current code has expired or too many confirmation attempts have been made.

Response:

200 OK:

The TAN code have been sent. This returns TanTransmission response.

401 Unauthorized:

Invalid credentials or missing rights.

404 Not Found:

The challenge was not found.

502 Bad Gateway:
  • TALER_EC_BANK_TAN_CHANNEL_SCRIPT_FAILED: TAN transmition via tan_channel failed.

Details:

interface TanTransmission {
  // Channel of the last successful transmission of the TAN challenge.
  tan_channel: TanChannel;

  // Info of the last successful transmission of the TAN challenge.
  tan_info: string;
}
interface Challenge {
  // Unique identifier of the challenge to solve to run this protected
  // operation.
  challenge_id: string;
}
enum TanChannel {
  SMS = "sms",
  EMAIL = "email"
}
POST /accounts/$USERNAME/challenge/$CHALLENGE_ID/confirm

Solves the CHALLENGE_ID challenge and allows performing the protected operation.

When the challenge is confirmed, you can call the protected endpoint again with CHALLENGE_ID in the X-Challenge-Id HTTP header and an empty request body.

Request:

interface ChallengeSolve {
  // The TAN code that solves $CHALLENGE_ID
  tan: string;
}

Response:

204 No Content:

The challenge is confirmed.

401 Unauthorized:

Invalid credentials or missing rights.

404 Not Found:

The challenge was not found.

409 Conflict:
  • TALER_EC_BANK_TAN_CHALLENGE_FAILED : wrong TAN.

  • TALER_EC_BANK_TAN_CHALLENGE_EXPIRED : expired TAN.

429 Too many requests:

Too many failed confirmation attempts, a new TAN must be requested.

1.11.2.10. Monitor

GET /monitor

When the bank provides conversion between the local currency and an external one, this call lets the bank administrator monitor the cashin and cashout operations that were made from and to the external currency. It shows as well figures related to internal payments made by a Taler exchange component to internal bank accounts. Timeframes are in UTC.

Request:

Query Parameters:
  • timeframe

    Optional. This parameter admits one of the following values. Defaults to ‘hour’.

    • hour

    • day

    • month

    • year

  • date_sOptional. Non-negative date in seconds after the UNIX Epoch. Default to current time. @since v4

  • which

    Optional. This parameter points at a particular element of the timeframe parameter. Following are the admitted values for each one. Default to the last snapshot taken of the timeframe parameter. @deprecated since v4

    • hour: from 00 to 23

    • day: from 1 to the last day of the current month.

    • month: from 1 to 12

    • year: Gregorian year in the YYYY format.

Response:

200 OK:

The bank responds with MonitorResponse.

400 Bad Request:

This error may indicate that the which parameter is not appropriate for the selected timeframe. For example, timeframe=month and which=20 would result in this error.

Details:

Note

API consumers may combine the values in the response with other factors to serve different views to their users.

// Union discriminated by the "type" field.
type MonitorResponse =
  | MonitorNoConversion
  | MonitorWithConversion;
// Monitoring stats when conversion is not supported
interface MonitorNoConversion {
  type: "no-conversions";

  // How many payments were made to a Taler exchange by another
  // bank account.
  talerInCount: Integer;

  // Overall volume that has been paid to a Taler
  // exchange by another bank account.
  talerInVolume: Amount;

  // How many payments were made by a Taler exchange to another
  // bank account.
  talerOutCount: Integer;

  // Overall volume that has been paid by a Taler
  // exchange to another bank account.
  talerOutVolume: Amount;
}
// Monitoring stats when conversion is supported
interface MonitorWithConversion {
  type: "with-conversions";

  // How many cashin operations were confirmed by a
  // wallet owner. Note: wallet owners
  // are NOT required to be customers of the libeufin-bank.
  cashinCount: Integer;

  // Overall regional currency that has been paid by the regional admin account
  // to regional bank accounts to fulfill all the confirmed cashin operations.
  cashinRegionalVolume: Amount;

  // Overall fiat currency that has been paid to the fiat admin account
  // by fiat bank accounts to fulfill all the confirmed cashin operations.
  cashinFiatVolume: Amount;

  // How many cashout operations were confirmed.
  cashoutCount: Integer;

  // Overall regional currency that has been paid to the regional admin account
  // by fiat bank accounts to fulfill all the confirmed cashout operations.
  cashoutRegionalVolume: Amount;

  // Overall fiat currency that has been paid by the fiat admin account
  // to fiat bank accounts to fulfill all the confirmed cashout operations.
  cashoutFiatVolume: Amount;

  // How many payments were made to a Taler exchange by another
  // bank account.
  talerInCount: Integer;

  // Overall volume that has been paid to a Taler
  // exchange by another bank account.
  talerInVolume: Amount;

  // How many payments were made by a Taler exchange to another
  // bank account.
  talerOutCount: Integer;

  // Overall volume that has been paid by a Taler
  // exchange to another bank account.
  talerOutVolume: Amount;
}

1.11.2.11. Endpoints for Integrated Sub-APIs

ANY /taler-integration/*

All endpoints under this prefix are specified by the. GNU Taler bank integration API. This API handles the communication with Taler wallets.

ANY /accounts/$USERNAME/taler-wire-gateway/*

All endpoints under this prefix are specified by the GNU Taler wire gateway API.

The endpoints are only available for accounts configured with is_taler_exchange=true.

ANY /accounts/$USERNAME/taler-revenue/*

All endpoints under this prefix are specified by the GNU Taler Revenue API.

ANY /conversion-info/*

All endpoints under this prefix are specified by the GNU Taler Conversion Info API.

POST /ebicshost

EBICS base URL. This URL allows clients to make EBICS requests to one of the configured EBICS hosts.

The Taler bank can be configured to serve bank account transactions and allow payment initiations via the EBICS protocol.

This is an optional feature, not all implementations of the API support it.