EMV - Transaction flow - Application selection

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Application selection ISO/IEC 7816 defines a process for application selection. The intent of application selection was to let cards contain completely different applications—for example GSM and EMV. However, EMV developers implemented application selection as a way of identifying the type of product, so that all product issuers (Visa, Mastercard, etc.) must have their own application. The way application selection is prescribed in EMV is a frequent source of interoperability problems between cards and terminals. Book 1 of the EMV standard devotes 15 pages to describing the application selection process. An application identifier (AID) is used to address an application in the card. An AID consists of a registered application provider identifier (RID) of five bytes, which is issued by the ISO/IEC 7816 5 registration authority. This is followed by a proprietary application identifier extension (PIX), which enables the application provider to differentiate among the different applications offered. The AID is printed on all EMV cardholder receipts. application identifier registered application provider identifier proprietary application identifier extension List of applications:

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Number of Data columns : 5 Number of Data rows : 43
Categories : economy, demography, politics, knowledge

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Data row number Card scheme RID Product PIX AID

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Data Columns

Name Description Data Type
Card scheme text
RID text
Product text
PIX text
AID text

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