QuickStart Integration Guide

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CreditLine Payment Processing Software Quick Start Networked Sample Integration Guide. This site can also be reached at http://docs.911software.com

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Software Installation & Configuration

Note: This is a more complex guide. We suggest that you complete the simpler Quick Start Integration Guide, first.

Basic Client-Server Installation Topology

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

Server Side Install

  1. Log in Machine A(CreditLine 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. Make sure to change the install destination directory from "C:\911" to "C:\CLServer\911". You can use any other drive, but this example sake, please preserve the directory structure.
  4. Run the downloaded setup and follow the instructions to complete the installation of the software. Make sure to select the correct directory, as specified above.

Client Side Install

  1. Log in to Machine B(CreditLine Client) in the topology above.
  2. Download te latest version of CreditLine "Client Only Regular Install" from http://911software.com -> Downloads page.
  3. Run the downloaded setup and follow the instructions to complete the installation of the software. Accept default installation directory for simplicity of example.

Setting up Client-Server Communication

Server Side=

  1. Log in to Machine B(CreditLine Server) in the topology above.
  2. Share the CLServer directory (containing 911 directory) on the server (let's call it CLShare)
    1. Navigate to the installation drive
    2. Right click on CLServer directory
    3. Select "Share". Name the share "CLShare"

Client Side

  1. Log in to Machine A(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:
  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 CreditLine Server and then CreditLine Client. The default User Name and Password are on the 911 Software downloads page.

Client Side

  1. On the client, navigate to the server mapped Z: drive.
  2. Enter 911 directory
  3. Right click CCV_Manager.exe (CREDITLINE CLIENT) drag to the desktop and select "Create Shortcut"
  4. Place the shortcut on the desktop
  5. Right Click the new Shortcut and select Properties
  6. Enter Z:\911 in the "Start In" field
  7. Click OK and run the new Shortcut.

Samples Installation and Configuration


Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or higher

Sample Configuration

  1. Complete the installation steps above.
  2. If testing in a multi machine environment, log into Machine B(CreditLine Client)
  3. Download the sample(CS:C Sharp, VB.Net) from Samples Repository
  4. Copy “clcCom.dll”, “CSDriver.exe” files to CreditLine Client installation path(C:\911\api).
    →Note: Please do NOT overwrite the existing files(ClcCom is the new com library, it can be used in C#, VB.Net).
  5. Copy folder “C:\911\BIN” and “C:\911\Data” from server Machine A to client Machine B’s installation path(C:\911).

Running The Sample

  1. Double chick CSDriver.exe to run the Sample.
Running Sample Screen

Programming the Samples

  1. Add the reference to the ClcCom library.
    1. In "vs.net 2005 IDE", Select Project->Add Reference.
    2. In the popup window, select Browse and then browse to the directory to select the ClcCom.dll.
  2. After that, you can follow the sample to program.

→ Note: If you have more than one Client, please call the api "void setClientName(string ClientName)" to set a different name for each Client before processing any transactions.


  1. When running the sample application, if you encounter the error “side-by-side…”. Please try to install “vcredist_x86.exe” on your environment.
  2. For Win7 User, no matter the OS is Win7-32bit or Win7-64bit, we suggest you to enable ‘Is64BitPlatform=YES’ in ClcCs.ini which can be found in C:\911\api.