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Accept.js Nonce TTL and Data Recall

Hi,

 

I'm wondering if the data nonce, that is generated (and returned) by Accept.js, has a lifespan/expiration, or if it can be used indefinitely? Obviously, once it's been used, it dies haha. That much I do know, but how long does it remain viable to use?

Also, is it possible to, using the Nonce (or some other client/JS method) to recall the unencrypted payment data?

 

Thanks,

Jim Anderson

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Re: Accept.js Nonce TTL and Data Recall

Hello @jima

 

The payment nonce is valid for 15 minutes and can only be used once.  I'll let the documentation team know to make certain this is more clear.

 

We don't offer any method to return unencrypted payment data.

 

Richard

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Re: Accept.js Nonce TTL and Data Recall

Thanks Richard. Before posting this question, I did search the docs and couldn't find any reference to the TTL/lifespan. Adding that to them would probably be a good idea.

 

Too bad there's no way to get the unencrypted data back from the nonce, but thanks for verifying.