The session identifier, or Session ID, is used to join the device data with the order data sent by the Risk Inquiry System (RIS) process. When the RIS process posts data to Kount, it must use the session identifier that was created when the customer initiated the data collector HTML.
The customer determines what the Session ID is, but you must follow the limitation guidelines. Many customers use a portion of the application session that is generated when the page is created as the session identifier.
Limitation guidelines state that it must be alpha-numeric value with a minimum of one character and a maximum of 32 characters.
The session identifier must be unique over a 30-day time period. If there are duplicate session IDs, data obtained via the Device Data Collector may be erroneously linked to RIS order data.