ISO/IEC-24727-3 › Identification cards - Integrated circuit card programming interfaces - Part 3: Application interface
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ISO/IEC 24727 is a set of programming interfaces for interactions between integrated circuit cards (ICCs) and external applications to include generic services for multi-sector use. The organization and the operation of the ICC conform to ISO/IEC 7816-4.
ISO/IEC 24727 is relevant to ICC applications desiring interoperability among diverse application domains.
ISO/IEC 24727-3:2008 defines services as representations of action requests and action responses to be supported at the client-application service interface. The services are described in a programming language independent way.
ISO/IEC 24727-3:2008 is the application interface of the Open Systems Interconnection Reference Model defined in ISO/IEC 7498-1. It provides a high-level interface for a client-application making use of information storage and processing operations of a card-application as viewed on the generic card interface.
ISO/IEC 24727-3:2008 does not mandate a specific implementation methodology for this interface.
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