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Clean and initialize sandbox with default values‚Äč

This operation will initialize Sandbox with a standard collection of customers and accounts. All Sandbox data will be reset. This also includes customers and accounts created manually using the other Mock Data APIs. It will create a starting point for working with the Sandbox as follows

  • Private customers with 2 accounts and a card account
    • Private Customer 1 SSN: 13039319955
    • Private Customer 2 SSN: 12085592767
  • Corporate customer with 2 accounts
    • Corporate Customer 1 SSN: 18129215603
    • Corporate Customer 2 SSN: 20079518612

These customers can then be accessed using GET /v1/sandbox/customers to perform further operations on their agreements. This can be used instead of or in combination with the other mock data operations that create or update individual resources. Once the initialized the Sandbox resources are operated on using the full set of Berlin Group API implementations.

Header Parameters
    Content-Type string

    Advertises what type of data is actually sent.

    Accept string

    Advertises which content types, expressed as MIME types, the client is able to understand. Using content negotiation, the server then selects one of the proposals, uses it and informs the client of its choice with the Content-Type response header.

    Example: application/json
    Accept-Charset string

    Advertises which character set the client is able to understand. Using content negotiation, the server then selects one of the proposals, uses it and informs the client of its choice within the Content-Type response header.

    Example: utf-8
    Accept-Encoding string

    Advertises which content encoding, usually a compression algorithm, the client is able to understand. Using content negotiation, the server selects one of the proposals, uses it and informs the client of its choice with the Content-Encoding response header.

    Example: deflate, gzip;q=1.0, *;q=0.5
    Accept-Language string

    Advertises which natural languages the client is able to understand, and which locale variant is preferred. Using content negotiation, the server then selects one of the proposals, uses it and informs the client of its choice with the Content-Language response header.

    Example: en-US,en;q=0.7,nb;q=0.3
    Host string

    The domain name of the server (for virtual hosting), and (optionally) the TCP port number on which the server is listening.

    Example: psd2.soa.sparebank1.no
    X-Request-ID string required

    Request identifier, unique to the call, as determined by the TPP.

    Example: 4eba4445-1a4b-47b8-bdd5-4e56ef026b19
    Digest string required

    Base64 encoded sha256 or sha512 hash of the message body, used with the signature.

    The Digest header is defined by RFC3230 and sha256/sha512 si defined by RFC5843.

    TPP-Signature-Certificate string required

    The certificate used for signing the request in base64 encoding.

    Example: MIFFTzCCAzegAkIBAgMJANnQVDLqktJUMA0GCS....8WLZOX3YxNoH4k==
    Signature string required

    HTTP Message Signature as specified by https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-cavage-http-signatures-10 with requirements imposed by Berlin Group's NextGenPSD2 Framework.

    • keyId must be formatted as keyId="SN=XXX,CA=YYY" where XXX is the serial number of the signing certificate in hexadecimal encoding and YYY is the full Distinguished Name of the Certificate Authority having certificate
    • algorithm must identify the same algorithm for the signature as presented in the signing certificate and should be rsa-sha256
    • headers must contain date, digest, x-request-id, psu-id, psu-corporate-id, and tpp-redirect-uri when available
    • signature must be computed as Base64(RSA-SHA256(signingString))

    If any values in the signature header is ISO-8859-1 or UTF-8 encoded you need to URL encode the signature header according to RFC 2047 which means MIME encoding the signature.

    Also the signature must be wrapped using this format: =?charset?encoding?encoded signature?=

    Example of this encoding: =?utf-8?B?a2V5QTQsQ0E9Mi41LjQuOTc9IzB........jMTM1MDUzNDQ0ZTRmMmQ0NjUz?=

    Java example of how to implement encoding:

    if (charset.equals(StandardCharsets.UTF_8)) {
    signature = String.format("=?utf-8?B?%s?=", Base64.getEncoder().encodeToString(signature.getBytes(StandardCharsets.UTF_8)));
    }
    Example: keyId="SN=6AEB4444FBAAD267,CA=O=PSDNO-FSA-ABCA,L=Trondheim,C=NO", algorithm="rsa-sha256", headers="date x-request-id tpp-redirect-uri psu-id", signature="***************"
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