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JR/T 0055.5-2009 (JR/T0055.5-2009, JRT 0055.5-2009, JRT0055.5-2009)
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JR/T 0055.5-2009
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Technical specifications on bankcard interoperability
- Part 5. Communication interface
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Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3 
1 Scope .. 4 
2 Terms and definitions ... 4 
3 Network interface ... 5 
4 Communication interface ... 5 
Bibliography ... 10 
JR/T 0055 Technical specifications on bankcard interoperability consists of the
following five parts.
- Part 1. Transaction processing;
- Part 2. Message interface;
- Part 3. File data format;
- Part 4. Data secure transmission control;
- Part 5. Communication interface.
This Part is Part 5 of JR/T 0055.
This Part was proposed by People's Bank of China.
This Part shall be under the jurisdiction of National Technical Committee on
Finance of Standardization Administration of China.
Main drafting organizations of this Part. People's Bank of China Science and
Technology Division, China UnionPay Co., Ltd.
The drafting organizations of this Part. Industrial and Commercial Bank of China,
Agricultural Bank of China, Bank of China, China Construction Bank, HSBC
Bank, China Financial Computerization Corporation, Bank Card Testing Center.
Main drafters of this Part. Jiang Yunbing, Du Ning, Huang Faguo, Li Jie, Wan
Gaofeng, Lu Erdong, Shi Dapeng, Lin Song, Zeng Zheng, Deng Lifeng, Cao
Ying, Ma Xiaoqiong, Liu Zhigang.
Technical specifications on bankcard interoperability
- Part 5. Communication interface
1 Scope
This Part of this Standard specifies the requirements of which the online
transaction and file transfer communication interface shall meet in inter-bank
transaction network of bank card.
This Part of this Standard applies to the switching center, the acquirer, the
issuer who conduct the inter-bank transaction of bank card.
2 Terms and definitions
For the purpose of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
2.1 digital data network (DDN)
It is a digital data transmission network that uses digital transmission channels
such as optical fiber, digital microwave or satellite and digital cross-multiplexing
nodes to provide users with a variety of high-speed digital special-purpose
circuits and other services, so as to meet the needs of users of multimedia
communications and the formation of high-speed computer communications
2.2 frame relay (FR)
a fast packet switched data service to accommodate LAN interconnects or host-
to-host communications; it provides high speed, high efficiency, high throughput,
low latency data services; frame relay combines packet multiplexing statistical
multiplexing, port sharing, reasonable allocation of bandwidth and high-speed
circuit switching, low latency features; it sends, receives and processes
information in frame
2.3 transport control protocol (TCP)
a reliable transmission control protocol; in addition to transmission control
protocol, it also specifically refers to the protocol stack to achieve TCP in each
system in this Standard
2.4 Communication host
4.3.3 File transfer connection number and mode [should be subclause 4.3.3]
The file transfer between agency and switching center shall be in full-duplex,
transitory link way. Both parties can set up one or more full-duplex connections.
After the connection is established, both parties send and receive requests and
responses on the same connection. When the file transfer is completed, both
parties close the connection.
4.4 Basic provisions on communication interface
The communication interface involved in this Part shall have the following
(1) All data transmitted between switching center and agency are binary data
in bytes (8 bits), without special meaning and control characters.
(2) Communication interface is irrelevant with business flow, i.e., the
communication interface program does not identify the type of
transaction message nor deal with the content of the message.
Therefore, any changes in the business process have no effect on the
communication interface program, and vice versa.
4.5 Online transaction control
4.5.1 Connection establishment
The switching center and agency shall use Client-Server mode and use TCP /
IP three-way handshake mechanism to establish connection.
4.5.2 Data transmission control
The switching center and agency use asynchronous transmission method to
transfer transaction message, i.e., after one party sends a transaction request,
it does not have to wait for the reply from the other party and continue to send
the next transaction request.
The business process flow at the application level shall match the request with
the reply (see 10.1 of Part 2 of this Standard).
After the sender sends a transaction request, the sender shall not be able to
ensure that the receiver can receive the message data because of a broken
communication link or other communication anomalies. Abnormal
communication often refers to transaction time-out, so there shall be a
corresponding time-out control on the business flow of application layer.
4.5.3 Connection closing
When switching center or agency needs to close a sending connection, it shall
If the receiver receives the message, the connection between the two parties is
normal. If the other party's "idle connection inquiry" message is not received
within a certain period of time B (the duration can be agreed by the parties
involved in the transaction, B>A), the connection has been interrupted.
For duplex communication, if a connection is idle for more than A (duration may
be agreed upon by the parties involved in the transaction), the switching center
shall send an idle test message to the agency via the connection. The agency
discards the message as soon as it is received. If the agency fails to receive
the idle connection test message sent by the switching center within the time B
(the duration can be agreed upon by the parties involved in the transaction),
close this connection.
4.6 Data transmission control
This Standard only defines the communication protocol used to transmit files
by means of messages. The format of the application layer message used to
transmit file data is not within the scope of this Standard and may be agreed
upon by the parties involved in the transaction.
4.6.1 Connection establishment
File transfers between switching center and agency use full duplex connections.
It can establish multiple connections at one time. Each connection can transfer
multiple files in turn. If the switching center sends the file to the agency, the
switching center acts as a client to initiate a connection request to the network
access agency. The agency shall, as a server, monitor the connection request
of switching center.
On the contrary, if it is the agency to send files to the switching center, the
agency shall, as a client, initiate a connection request to the switching center.
The switching center shall, as a server, monitor the connection request of
4.6.2 Connection closing
After the sender of the file finishes sending, it shall send a request for
disconnection and proactively close the connection. After the receiver of the file
receives the disconnect request, it shall close this connection.
4.6.3 Message format
At the communication layer, the format of the message that uses message
format to transfer file is similar with the message format used by online
transaction. It consists of four bytes recording message length and message
data, see 4.5.4.
Source: Above contents are excerpted from the PDF -- translated/reviewed by: www.chinesestandard.net / Wayne Zheng et al.