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Support for latest Cybersource SDK

The latest Cybersource SDK jar file (6.2.7) requires the use of apache commons lang 3 version 3.4 jar file (version 3.3 also works).

Since the base product already includes apache commons lang 3 version 3.2 however, the updated jar file does not get used.  This leads to exceptions when trying to execute Cybersource functionality in the most recent Cybersource SDK jar.

This is a critical issue since the Cybersource SDK version that is compatible with the commons lang 3 version 3.2 jar file is from August 2016 and is recommended by Cybersource to no longer be used due to security concerns.

  • Guest
  • Jan 3 2020
  • Delivered
What is your industry? Retail
How will this idea be used?

This will allow us to upgrade to the latest Cybersource SDK version as required by Cybersource.

  • Guest commented
    27 Apr, 2021 01:52pm

    Still delivering for VF 😝

  • Guest commented
    3 Jan, 2020 05:06pm

    We should have above option to use latest version of open source with understanding that validation will be performed by customer

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