In order to simulate a CVV2 response in the demo/test environment, you can set the first character of the verification value as follows:
|First Character||Example Verification Value||CVV2 Response||CVV2 Filter Name in RPM Terminal Administration|
|1||123||M||Card is authentic|
|2||234||N||CVV2 does not match|
|3||345||P||Card expiration not provided or card does not have valid CVD code|
|4||456||S||Merchant indicated that CVV2 is not present on card|
|5||567||U||Card issuer is not certified and/or has not provided visa encryption keys|
|6||678||I||CVV2 code is invalid or empty|
For example, setting the verification value to "234" for a transaction would simulate the CVV2 Response "N". If the transaction is processed under a terminal that has the "CVV2 does not match" filter checked, the transaction will be declined due to failed CVV2 verification.
For a First Data Payeezy Gateway Payment Page transaction, the verification value should be set in the Security Code field of the payment collection form.
For a First Data Payeezy Gateway web service API transaction, the verification value should be set in the VerificationStr2 attribute of the request. The CVD_Presence_Ind property must also be set, please see CVV/CVV2/CVD Hotsheet for more details.