mobile_activation YLP

An attempt to provision a card to a mobile wallet was unsuccessful and is on the yellow path. The cardholder must provide additional information to validate their identity, usually by providing an OTPOTP - One-time password. A password that is valid for one use only, it is typically provided to customers to reset their passwords or to activate a card in a mobile wallet., depending on what you have set up for yellow-path validation.

The wallet_type field contains the mobile wallet type (Apple, Google, Samsung), and the first letter of the code also indicates the wallet type:

  • Axxx — Apple Pay
  • Gxxx — Google Pay
  • Sxxx — Samsung Pay

  • CodesAYLP, GYLP, SYLP
  • Event trigger — Provisioning a card to a mobile wallet fails and enters the yellow path.
  • Processes — These processes contain the event trigger:
    • Galileo performs checks in response to an authorization request over the card network rails.
    • The network and the wallet provider perform checks and notify Galileo when the checks fail.

Fields

Field Type Description
msg_event_id string

Event ID. Example: "1234567891".

pmt_ref_no string

Galileo Payment Reference Number for the account. Example: "155200002022".

timestamp string

Time when the event was created. Format is YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS TMZ and the timezone (TMZ) is always MST. Example: "2019-12-29 11:20:33 MST".

tran_id string

Galileo internal ID for the "authorization" (card network) ISO message associated with the mobile tokenization event. Example: "12310352".

type string

mobile_activation YLP

wallet_type string (enum)

Wallet type. Possible values:

  • Apple (code AYLP)
  • Google (code GYLP)
  • Samsung (code SYLP)

Example

# mobile_activation YLP example:
{
  "msg_event_id": "1234567891",
  "pmt_ref_no": "155200002022",
  "timestamp": "2019-12-29 11:20:33 MST",
  "tran_id": "12310352",
  "type": "mobile_activation YLP",
  "wallet_type": "Apple"
}