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authorChristian Grothoff <christian@grothoff.org>2020-01-14 11:05:18 +0100
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@@ -561,15 +561,6 @@ Accounts
$ taler-config -s ACCOUNT-bank -o WIRE_RESPONSE \
-V '{$TALER_CONFIG_HOME}/merchant/bank.json'
- - The “PLUGIN” option specifies which wire plugin should be used for
- this account. The plugin must support the wire method used by the
- URL. For example, use:
-
- ::
-
- $ taler-config -s ACCOUNT-bank -o PLUGIN \
- -V taler_bank
-
- For each ``instance`` that should use this account, you should set
``HONOR_instance`` and ``ACTIVE_instance`` to YES. The first
option will cause the instance to accept payments to the account
@@ -587,21 +578,6 @@ Accounts
to use “account-bank” for the “default” instance.
- Depending on which PLUGIN you configured, you may additionally
- specfiy authentication options to enable the plugin to use the
- account.
-
- For example, with ``taler_bank`` plugin, use:
-
- ::
-
- $ taler-config -s ACCOUNT-bank -o TALER_BANK_AUTH_METHOD \
- -V basic
- $ taler-config -s ACCOUNT-bank -o USERNAME \
- -V user42
- $ taler-config -s ACCOUNT-bank -o PASSWORD \
- -V pass42
-
Note that additional instances can be specified using different
tokens in the section name instead of ``default``.
@@ -633,7 +609,6 @@ The following is an example for a complete backend configuration:
[ACCOUNT-bank]
URL = payto://x-taler-bank/bank.demo.taler.net/4
WIRE_RESPONSE = $DATADIR/bank.json
- PLUGIN = taler_bank
HONOR_default = YES
ACTIVE_default = YES
TALER_BANK_AUTH_METHOD = basic
@@ -942,34 +917,6 @@ public key using the ``gnunet-ecc`` command-line tool:
$(taler-config -f -s INSTANCE-default \
-o KEYFILE)
-.. _SEPA-configuration:
-
-Using the SEPA wire transfer method
------------------------------------
-
-SEPA
-EBICS
-The following is a sample configuration for the SEPA wire transfer
-method: [2]_.
-
-Then, to configure the EBICS backend for SEPA payments in EUR, the
-following configuration options need to be set:
-
-::
-
- $ taler-config -s TALER -o CURRENCY -V EUR
- $ taler-config -s ACCOUNT-e -o PLUGIN -V ebics
- $ taler-config -s ACCOUNT-e -o URL \
- -V payto://sepa/XY00111122223333444455556666
- $ taler-config -s ACCOUNT-e -o WIRE_RESPONSE
- -V '${DATADIR}/b.json'
-
-Please note that you will also have to configure an exchange and/or
-auditors that support SEPA. However, we cannot explain how to do this
-yet as such entities do not yet exist. Once such entities do exist, we
-expect future versions of the Taler backend to ship with pre-configured
-exchanges and auditors for common denominations.
-
.. _Tipping-visitors:
Tipping visitors