Ending Support for Legacy Financial Gateways Published Dec 1, 2022 Over the last few years we've added "hosted gateway" support into the NMI financial gateway, which allows it to work with our PCI compliant transaction entry blocks. In the future, Rock’s core blocks will stop supporting older gateways unless they support using one of the secure mechanisms. In Rock v16 we will no longer support the existing TransactionEntry (v1) block. In its place is a new UtilityPaymentEntry block that we are releasing with Rock v15. This new UtilityPaymentEntry block will also work with the 'tokenized' NMI gateway and the MyWell gateway. This UtilityPaymentEntry block will be feature compatible with the TransactionEntry v1 block. In v15, we are also making a change to the internal Process New Payment feature of the Registration Details page, so that only tokenized/hosted gateways will work. If you have an existing NMI gateway, you will want to enable the tokenization support today by setting your Tokenization Key in the gatewayʼs** configuration so you are ready for Rock v15 (click here for instructions). **Update: When you update your financial gateway to have a Tokenization Key you will also want to configure the Scheduled Transaction List Liquid blockʼs "Scheduled Transaction Edit Page for Hosted Gateways" block setting to be a page that has the Scheduled Transaction Edit (V2) block. This V2 block is able to edit transactions created with the tokenized gateway. Removing the Self Service Kiosk Blocks There has been an infrequently used set of blocks in Rock, most often called the "Self Service Kiosks" which use three special blocks for "Prayer Requests", "Give" and "Update Info". These were created during a time before smart phones were in everyoneʼs hands and when it was more common to have a computer in the lobby with a card swipe reader attached to it. That was then used by the "Give" block to perform a credit card transaction on behalf of the individual. Since PCI compliance is difficult to maintain for these types of kiosks, we believe it is in the best interest of the Rock community to make this older approach obsolete and help move churches toward online giving and text-to-give solutions. Starting with v16 we plan to remove these blocks.