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ISO 7816 [part 1] [part 2] [part 3] [part4] [section..1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 annex.. A B C D E F]
7.1 GET RESPONSE command
7.2 ENVELOPE command
It shall not be mandatory for all cards complying to this part of ISO/IEC 7816 to support all the described commands or all the options of a supported command.
When international interchange is required, a set of card system services and related commands and options shall be used as defined in clause 9.
Table 11 provides a summary of the commands defined in this part of ISO/IEC 7816.
The impact of secure messaging (see 5.6) on the message structure is not described in this clause.
The list of error and warning conditions given in each clause 7.X.5 is not exhaustive (see 5.4.5).
7.1.1 Definition and scope
7.1.2 Conditional usage and security
7.1.3 Command message
7.1.4 Reponse message (nominal case)
7.1.5 Status conditions
The GET RESPONSE command is used to transmit from the card to the interface device APDU(s) (or part of the APDUs) which otherwise could not be transmitted by the available protocols.
The following specific normal processing may occur :
7.2.1 Definition and scope
7.2.2 Conditional usage and security
7.2.3 Command message
7.2.4 Reponse message (nominal case)
7.2.5 Status conditions
The ENVELOPE command is used to transmit APDU(s) or part of APDUs or any data string which otherwise could not be transmitted by the available protocols.
NOTE - The usage of ENVELOPE for SM is shown in annex F .
When the ENVELOPE command is used under T=0 for transmitting data strings, an empty data field in an ENVELOPE command APDU means end of data string.
NOTE - The status bytes belong to the ENVELOPE command. Status bytes of a command transmitted in the data field of the ENVELOPE command may be found in the data field of the ENVELOPE response.
The following specific error conditions may occur.
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