An Asynchronous Callback URL is a type of Application Programming Interface (API) an invocation (call) that is used by an external system to request the response to be sent to an external system endpoint (also known as an Asynchronous Callback URL) so that the polling process can be avoided. The TFNRegistry™ API will reply to the original request started by an external system via a response or an unsolicited message notification(s) to the provided Asynchronous Callback URL. For more information on how this process works, please refer to the API Overview document which can be accessed here.
Please Note: All API Asynchronous Callback URLs can only be utilized via Port 443 with SSL/TLS encryption. For additional IP Addresses that must be allowed through your Resp Org's firewall for inbound traffic, please click here.
For API Asynchronous Callback URLs:
A Special Request must be submitted with the following information in the "Description" field of the request:
- Environment: Production or Sandbox
- A statement that you are adding or removing an API Asynchronous Callback URL(s).
- Resp Org ID(s) (e.g. ZATST, ZATS1 or ZA***):
- API Asynchronous Callback URL(s):
To manage the Unsolicited Messages that your Resp Org receives over an API Asynchronous Callback URL, please complete the "Unsolicited Messages" request. For additional assistance with this request, please click here.