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A data field is a place where you can store data. Commonly used to refer to a column in a database or a field in a data entry form or web form. The field may contain data to be entered as well as data to be displayed.

Method, system and computer readable medium for web site account and e-commerce management from a central location

InactiveUS6879965B2Minimizing activation timeMinimizing financial exposureComplete banking machinesAcutation objectsWeb siteData field
A method, system and computer readable medium for, from a central Web site, performing at least one of registering a user at a destination Web site, logging in a user at a destination Web site and managing an online financial transaction at a destination Web site, including parsing a form Web page of the destination Web site to extract form data fields therefrom; mapping form data fields of a central Web site form to corresponding extracted form data fields of the form Web page of the destination Web site; and using the mapped form data fields to perform at least one of registering a user at the destination Web site, logging in a user at the destination Web site and managing an online financial transaction of a user at the destination Web site. In another aspect, there is provided a method, system and computer readable medium for managing an online or offline financial transaction of a user, from a central Web site, including generating financial transaction account information for a user based on existing credit or debit card information; gathering from the user one or more limits that are applied to a financial transaction performed based on the financial transaction account information; receiving from a source information indicating that an online or offline financial transaction using the financial transaction account information is in progress; applying the one or more limits gathered from the user to approve or disapprove the online or offline or online financial transaction that is in progress; and transmitting an approval or disapproval signal to the source based on a result of the applying step.

Method for generating customer secure card numbers

A method for providing secure transactions generates a Secure Card Number (“SCN”) for a first entity that is transferred with a first entity identifier to a second entity and then to a money source that verifies that the transaction is valid by use of the first entity identifier and the SCN. The SCN includes a 0Transaction Information Block (“TIB”), a Counter Block, and an encrypted Personal Identification Number (“PIN”) Block. The SCN is transferred to the money source in an account number or a non-account data field. The money source can use the TIB to determine whether the SCN should be used once or multiple times or to identify one of several physical devices, all of which are issued to the first entity, used to generate the SCN. The money source validates the SCN by duplicating the encryption process used to create an encrypted PIN Block and comparing the result to the encrypted PIN Block received with the transaction. A Triple Data Encryption Standard algorithm encrypts a PIN Block generated from a PIN, a Sequence Insertion Number (“SIN”) and a known starting value. The SIN can be a combination of three seed values and a random value generated by a Pseudo Random Number Generator (“PRNG”) initialized with the seed values. A Counter value is associated with the Counter Block and the seed values.

Associative database model for electronic-based informational assemblies

An indexing system and linking method for an assembly of electronic-based informational items stored in and ordered by a plurality of records uniquely identified over a plurality of relational data tables making up a data set wherein each table is assigned a unique domain of unique alphanumeric indicia for assignment and storage in the records. The records are ordered by the alphanumeric indicia whereby each data table acts as its own primary key. The records are bi-directionally linked to each other via a plurality of separate, central linking table indexes wherein each index record is structured with a plurality of linking fields defined to store sets of two or more alphanumeric indicia belonging to a plurality of records in the data set. Each record is further structured to include an internal set of unique indicum for each data field whereby the combination of the unique record indicum and the unique field indicum uniquely identify each record-field over the plurality of relational data tables making up the data set such that each record field may be linked to a plurality of other record-fields or records via the plurality of separate, central linking table indexes. Each central linking table indexes is further generalized to provide multiple arrays of linking indicia in a plurality of indexing fields such that a plurality of the records from a plurality of the data tables may be linked together as a data cluster. The linking values stored in the central linking table indexes may be predefined to automatically structure and link a plurality of unspecified data and changes in the data may alter the linking structure to provide further capabilities.

Programming model for subscription services

The present invention relates to a subscription modeling system and methodology. A query processor receives subscription query and subscriber information and transforms the query and subscriber information into data. An index component propagates at least one database with the transformed data; and a matching component that associates the transformed data with event data to generate a database of notification data that can be delivered to subscribers. The invention provides for abstracting subscription and subscriber information (as well as event information if desired) to high-level classes (e.g., data fields)—thus the invention provides for modeling such notification related information as data. Subscription applications can thus be developed at high levels wherein complex subscription queries and subscriber information can be defined as data fields for example. Databases in accordance with the data fields can be propagated with subscription/subscriber specific information. The present invention takes advantages of the processing power associated with database engines (e.g., SQL server) to generate notifications via performing a join operation on the databases (e.g., subscription database(s), subscriber database(s) and event database(s)). Accordingly, notifications are generated en masse as compared to per subscription per subscriber. Thus the present invention provides for a highly scalable and efficient notification system.
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