SWIFTNet InterAct Realtime

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SWIFTNet InterAct Realtime is a protocol designed and supported by SWIFT. The protocol is used to exchange financial messages between organizations connected to services on the SWIFTNet network.[1]

Protocol[edit]

SWIFTNet InterAct Realtime is a client–server protocol. The sender of the message is the client. The receiver of the message is the server:

  1. client: sends a request to the receiver. The request contains the message payload to be sent.
  2. server: receives the request.
  3. server: processes the message payload and determines the response.
  4. server: sends the response.
  5. client: receives the response.

Both the client and the server have to be connected to the network simultaneously in order to exchange messages successfully.

Application[edit]

SWIFTNet InterAct Realtime is best suited to mission- and time-critical applications.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SWIFTNet InterAct". S.W.I.F.T. SCRL ("SWIFT"). Archived from the original on 2007-02-18. Retrieved 2007-05-18.