The below list shows all possible creation types that can be used as
creationTypeID in Initiate New Payment (Backend2Backend).
|1||User||Payment generated by user via web interface|
|4||EcomRecurring||Payment that generates a set of recurring transactions|
|6||Provider||Payment generated by provider system based on provider notification or reconciliation/settlement file (for example PayPal withdrawal refunds reported in settlement file)|
|7||MotoRecurring||Payment that generates a set of recurring transactions by Moto|
|8||EcomInstallment||Payment that generates a set of installments|
|9||MotoInstallment||Payment that generates a set of installments by Moto|
|10||MerchantInitiatedWithStoredAccount||Payment that is initiated by a merchant, with the consent of the cardholder, using the cardholder's stored credit card credentials|
|11||UserInitiatedWithStoredAccount||Payment that is initiated by a cardholder using the cardholder's stored credit card credentials|
Historic Creation Types
For Visa and MasterCard payments, Creation Type ID 3 (API) should be considered as deprecated in favour of Creation Types 10 and 11, which must be used in accordance with Card Scheme regulations to indicate the 2 primary types of stored credential transactions. More information can be found on our Card On File Deposits (with Tokenization) section and our PSD 2 Implementation Guideline.
Updated over 2 years ago