/stet/psd2/v1/consents

PUT - consentsPut

Abstract

Forwarding the PSU consent (AISP)

Description

Description

In the mixed detailed consent on accounts
  • the AISP captures the consent of the PSU
  • then it forwards this consent to the ASPSP
This consent replaces any prior consent that was previously sent by the AISP.

Prerequisites

  • The TPP has been registered by the Registration Authority for the AISP role.
  • The TPP and the PSU have a contract that has been enrolled by the ASPSP
    • At this step, the ASPSP has delivered an OAUTH2 "Authorization Code" or "Resource Owner Password" access token to the TPP (cf. § 3.4.2).
  • The TPP and the ASPSP have successfully processed a mutual check and authentication
  • The TPP has presented its OAUTH2 "Authorization Code" or "Resource Owner Password" access token which allows the ASPSP to identify the relevant PSU and retrieve the linked PSU context (cf. § 3.4.2) if any.
  • The ASPSP takes into account the access token that establishes the link between the PSU and the AISP.

Business Flow

The PSU specifies to the AISP which of his/her accounts will be accessible and which functionalities should be available. The AISP forwards these settings to the ASPSP. The ASPSP answers by HTTP201 return code.

Scopes

  • aisp
  • piisp
  • extended_transaction_history

Parameters

access (required)
AccessRequestResource
body
parameters of a access request
Authorization (required)
string
header
Access token to be passed as a header
PSU-IP-Address
string
header
IP address used by the PSU's terminal when connecting to the TPP
PSU-IP-Port
string
header
IP port used by the PSU's terminal when connecting to the TPP
PSU-HTTP-Method
string
header
Http method for the most relevant PSU’s terminal request to the TTP
PSU-Date
string
header
Timestamp of the most relevant PSU’s terminal request to the TTP
PSU-GEO-Location
string
header
Geographical location of the PSU as provided by the PSU mobile terminal if any to the TPP
PSU-User-Agent
string
header
"User-Agent" header field sent by the PSU terminal when connecting to the TPP
PSU-Referer
string
header
"Referer" header field sent by the PSU terminal when connecting to the TPP. Notice that an initial typo in RFC 1945 specifies that "referer" (incorrect spelling) is to be used. The correct spelling "referrer" can be used but might not be understood.
PSU-Accept
string
header
"Accept" header field sent by the PSU terminal when connecting to the TPP
PSU-Accept-Charset
string
header
"Accept-Charset" header field sent by the PSU terminal when connecting to the TPP
PSU-Accept-Encoding
string
header
"Accept-Encoding" header field sent by the PSU terminal when connecting to the TPP
PSU-Accept-Language
string
header
"Accept-Language" header field sent by the PSU terminal when connecting to the TPP
PSU-Device-ID
string
header
UUID (Universally Unique Identifier) for a device, which is used by the PSU, if available. UUID identifies either a device or a device dependant application installation. In case of installation identification this ID need to be unaltered until removal from device.
Digest
string
header
Digest of the body
Signature (required)
string
header
http-signature of the request (cf. https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-cavage-http-signatures/) The keyId must specify the way to get the relevant qualified certificate. It is requested that this identifier is an URL aiming to provide the relevant Qualified Certificate.
X-Request-ID (required)
string
header
Correlation header to be set in a request and retrieved in the relevant response

Return codes

201 Created
400 Bad Request
401 Unauthorized
403 Forbidden
405 Method Not Allowed
406 Not Acceptable
408 Request Timeout
429 Too Many Requests
500 Internal Server Error
503 Service Unavailable

Input

application/json

Output

application/hal+json; charset=utf-8

application/json; charset=utf-8

Available authentification

OAuth 2.0