CreditLine Networked Client-Server Installation

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Software Installation & Configuration

Note: This is an installation guide to be used in cases, where the server and the client reside on different networked machines.

Installation Topology Overview

Simple Client-Server Installation. Note, that both components will happily reside on the same machine, as well.
See details below.

Server Side Install

  1. Log onto the Server in the topology above.
  2. Download the latest version of CreditLine "Standard CreditLine Manager and Server Download" from http://911software.com -> Downloads page.
  3. Install the program into "C:\CLServer\911" directory (you will have a chance to specify the directory).

Server Side Directory Description

  • c:
    • CLServer → Share as CLShare
      • 911
        • Bin
-CCV_SERVER.EXE → "CreditLine Server"
-CCV_MANAGER.EXE → "CreditLine Manager"
-clcapiw.h → "API HEADER"
-clcapiw2.dll → "API DLL"
-clcCs.dll → ".NET Wrapper
-clcClient.ocx → "OCX Wrapper"
-clcUI.exe → Optional Quick PCI Friendly UI
-clcUI.ini → Customization for PCI Friendly UI

Client Side Install

  1. Log into Client in the topology above.
  2. Download the latest version of CreditLine "Client Only Regular Install" from http://911software.com -> Downloads page.
  3. Install the program into "C:\CLClient\911" directory (you will have a chance to specify the directory).

Client Side Directory Description

  • c:
    • CLClient
      • 911
        • API
-clcapiw.h → "API HEADER"
-clcapiw2.dll → "API DLL"
-clcCs.dll → ".NET Wrapper
-clcClient.ocx → "OCX Wrapper"
  • BIN
-clcUI.exe → Optional Quick PCI Friendly UI
-clcUI.ini → Customization for PCI Friendly UI

Setting up Client-Server Communication

Server Side

  1. Log into Server
  2. Share the CLServer directory (containing 911 directory) on the server with full permissions (scroll down for a screenshot).
    1. Navigate to the installation drive
    2. Right click on CLServer directory
    3. Select PropertiesSharingAdvanced Sharing
    4. Check Share This Folder, leave the Share name as CLShare
    5. Click Permissions
    6. Select Everyone
    7. Click Allow across from Full Control

Creating the Server Share

Client Side

  1. Log into CreditLine Client in the topology above.
  2. Navigate to the Server from the Network interface in Windows.
  3. Map the \\Server\CLShare to a new drive, let's call it Z:
    MapDrive.jpg
  4. In the sample programming examples below, you will be setting your data directory to "Z:/911/DATA" and messages directory to "Z:/911/MESSAGES"

Testing the Installation

Server Side

  1. Run c:\CLServer\911\BIN\CCV_SERVER.exe (CreditLine Server) and then c:\CLServer\911\BIN\CCV_MANAGER.exe (CreditLine Client).
  2. Login with the default User Name and Password are on the 911 Software downloads page (admin/creditline1).
  3. Change the password, if prompted
  4. The software comes with a test account.
  5. Run a test card (4111 1111 1111 1111, with any valid exp date) for $1 by selecting Command->Sale from CreditLine Manager

CommandSale.jpg

Client Side

Creating a Manager Shortcut

  1. On the client, navigate to the server mapped Z: drive.
  2. Enter Z:\911\BIN
  3. Hold Alt, while left-clicking on CCV_Manager.exe (CREDITLINE CLIENT) and dragging it to the desktop.
  4. Release the mouse
    RunningManagerfromServer.jpg
  5. Double click on the CreditLine Manager Shortcut to start the Manager.
  6. Login with the default User Name and Password are on the 911 Software downloads page (admin/creditline1).
  7. Change the password, if prompted
  8. The software comes with a test account.
  9. Run a test card (4111 1111 1111 1111, with any valid exp date) for $1 by selecting Command->Sale from CreditLine Manager

CommandSale.jpg