CreditLine Import/Export

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Import

Usage

Import Feature will import from a text file (see format below) into the current journal. The Import Feature is useful for processing massive recurrent charges, for instance Club Membership. This tool is also used in Expired Transactions Re-Run.

Note: PCI requires the file to be encrypted prior to usage. Remember, to destroy or secure the plain text file after the encryption.
Step 1)

Select Tools->Encrypt Import File from CreditLine Manager


Step 2)
From the menu select Tools->Import and select the newly encrypted file.


Click Ok to proceed

Directly To Journal Function

This is an advanced function! Selecting Directly To Journal will bypass the processor and import the transactions without obtaining new Auth Codes. It is recommended that you leave this check box unchecked.

Testing Functions

Repeat, Interval (in seconds) and Random Interval fields are for stress testing. This can be used if you need to stress test your software or integration with multiple transaction over and over again.

Output Destination

Approved Output
is the file where the approved transaction results are directed
Declined Output
is the file where the declined transaction results are directed

→ The Approved Output and Declined Output files have to be different so as not to override each other!


Import Format

File Format

  • A single transaction is represented by a line.
  • Every line in the file consists of fields in quotes separated by ','.
  • End of line is 0x13, 0x10 (standard new line)


"field1", "field2", "field3", "field4","field5","field6","field7","field8"<new line>

Field Description Notes
field1 Transaction Type e.g. C1 is sale. See Transaction Type for more types.
field2 Clerk Operator Code
field3 Member Number  
field4 Credit Card Number  
field5 Credit Card Exp Date MMYY format (e.g. 1207)
field6 Amount #####0.00 where # is space as needed for total of 9 characters. e.g. " 1.00"
field7 Member Zip Code  
field8 Member Address Line 1  

Verification

After the import, check the log, CreditLine ViewModify Dialog, as well as the approve and decline files to ensure that all the imported transactions have been successfully run.

Export

This function was deprecated due to PCI requirements

Security Warning

Warning: this feature must not be used by anyone except administrators. Full account info is exported for administration purposes. Unless using version 3.03.11+, remove the log as well as the export files from the system after usage to avoid exposing sensitive credit card information.

Disable the access to this feature by anyone except administrators in CreditLine Security Setup.

Usage

Select Tools->Export from CreditLine Manager


Export will export from a journal to a text file (see format below).

Click Ok to proceed


Command Line Export

Please see CreditLine Command Line.

Export Format

Export can be used for third part interoperation or server synchronization.

ICVerify Note: Update Member Accounts will read the upload file created by ICVERIFY. (Export Transactions )

File Format

  • A single transaction is represented by a line.
  • Every line in the file consists of fields in quotes separated by ','.
  • End of line is 0x13, 0x10 (standard new line)

"field1", "field2", "field3", "field4","field5","field6","field7","field8","field9"<new line>

Field Description Notes
field1 Transaction Type e.g. C1 is sale. See Transaction Type for more types.
field2 Clerk Operator Code
field3 Member Number  
field4 Credit Card Number  
field5 Credit Card Exp Date MMYY format (e.g. 1207)
field6 Amount #####0.00 where # is space as needed for total of 9 characters. e.g. " 1.00"
field7 Member Zip Code  
field8 Member Address Line 1  
field9 Response Code Y12345612345678Y at the beginning of this field indicates that the transaction was approved. N at the beginning of this field indicated that the transaction was declined.

Transaction Types

Credit Card

Type Code
Auth CA
Book, Checkin C4
Auth Only C6
Sale C1
Force, Voice Auth C5
Credit C3
Void Sale C2
Void Credit CR
Add Tip, Edit, Finalize CT
Post, Ship, Checkout CO
Extend Stay CI
No Show CN
Add Charge CG
Settle ST
Settle and Print Batch Report SP

Gift Card

Type Code
Inquiry GI
Activation GA
Deactivation GD
Adjust GJ

Verification

If using the format for the export function: after the export check the export file to ensure that all the transactions have been successfully processed.

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