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Kount RIS PHP SDK Release Notes History

7.4.2

  • Update settings.ini
  • See merge request kount/third_party/kount-ris-php-sdk!38

7.4.1

Bug fix: Issue resolved when sending a RIS request using the client constructor with unknown configuration variables.

7.3.9

Removed warning for KOUNT_CUSTOM_SETTINGS_FILE constant

7.3.7

Provided support for PHP-8 [Removed the invalid CURL option]

7.3.2

Remove Data validation from the SDK side.

7.2.1

Updated the PHP SDK to use the latest RIS SDK version, 0700.

7.2.0

Omniscore implemented in PHP. We have included a getter method called getOmniscore that returns the Omniscore value in the Response.

7.1.0

7/2/2018

Added support to pass an IPV6 address with the IPAD field.

Note: IPV6 addresses are converted to a static IPV4 address within RIS (10.0.0.1).

7.0.0

09/12/2017

  • Introduced configuration key – this breaks backward compatibility with older releases.
  • Removed the SALT phrase.
  • Introduced base85 encoding and decoding.
  • Added sha256 validation for the config key

6.5.4

Version 6.5.4 changes
08/14/2017

Removed request parameters CCYY(Expiration year) and CCMM(Expiration month) from the PHP SDK.

6.5.3

Version 6.5.3 changes
07/17/2017

Enabled acceptance of custom settings from user defined file.

6.5.2

Version 6.5.2 changes
06/27/2017

  • Added getResponseAsDict() method for retrieving the response fields as array.
  • Removed the stopwatch package and introduced PHP's native microtime() to track milliseconds.
  • Added autoload configuration in composer.json, so that when the user opts for a composer installation he would have to only include the autoload.php located in the vendor folder.

6.5.1

Version 6.5.1 changes
06/23/2017

6.5.0

05/29/2017

SALT phrase configurable as a settings variable

6.4.2

04/07/2017
Downgrading phpunit version in composer.json from 5.7 to 4.8. PHP 5.5.9 is not supported with newer versions of phpunit.

6.4.1

03/31/2017
Removing usage of visibility modifiers in test classes – not supported with older versions of PHP.

6.4.0

03/31/2017

  • New requirement for PHP – 5.5 or newer.
  • Secure communication between client and server now using TLS v1.2 and TLS v1.1
  • Added Composer for package management, unit and integration tests, generating documentation,
    also a release.sh script for release a new version and creating .zip (will be automated in the near future).
  • General source code improvements and modernization.
  • General phpdoc enhancements.
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