DOKA and RIVO can be connected, so that your customers can connect with you using RIVO as a channel instead of SWIFT, BOLERO, DTA, Email, or Paper.
There are 3 steps needed to be fully integrated;
1. Configure RIVO as a Channel in DOKA
2. Register your bank in RIVO as Entity Type DOKA
3. Connect both systems together.
Configuring RIVO as a Channel in DOKA
This article guides you through the steps needed, including setting up the Parties with RIVO as their channel
Register your bank as Entity type DOKA
This article guides you through the steps needed.
Connect both systems together
There are several ways to do this and for the remainder of the article we will focus on the recommended route.
DOKA to RIVO
DOKA will create its outgoing messages in to a folder (e.g. ../data/RVOOUT) and RIVO can receive messages in to an SFTP folder (e.g. : sftp-sandbox.rivotrade.com:/yournamehere/messages/torivo for our Sandbox.)
So we need a means of connecting those two folders together, and also for the return journey for messages from RIVO to DOKA.
The recommended route is to configure the outgoing message manager (MGRTSK ) to use FTP as its channel for the RIVO service ;
You will need to specify the remote SFTP directory, which we will supply to you as part of registering your bank as a DOKA entity in RIVO
The rivosftp.ini will contain the connection credentials :
URL= e.g. sftp://sftp-sandbox.rivotrade.com:/yournamehere/messages/torivo
PWD=if not using ppk
PrivKeyFile=We will usually give you a ppk file to place in the ini folder
Once configured and tested, messages from DOKA should now appear in RIVO
RIVO to DOKA
RIVO will create messages and place them in its outgoing folder
(These will eventually be the incoming messages to DOKA )
In DOKA we use the background incoming MQ message manager (MQITSK) to pick these up using SFTP as the channel instead of MQ.
(In parallel we would disable RIVO in the Incoming message manager (SWITSK), to avoid double processing)
MQITSK - Incoming message manager
Configuration for SFTP will be similar to MGRTSK; first set channel as SFTP, then configure the remote folder and the the ini file containing the connection credentials (must be the same one as used in MGRTSK)
When you enable RIVO in MQITSK, it adds a line in the first panel, for RIVO, and there you can set the system to FTP instead of MQ
Click on the pencil icon to edit the ftp settings;
Once configured and tested, messages from RIVO should now appear in DOKA