I. Merchant must have a Vantiv merchant account. The following credentials are provided by Vantiv:
NOTE: The following steps will need to be repeated for each TriPOS device on each related point of sale terminal.
To find this, view the “System” window in your Windows control panel. The information will be listed under the “System” header, as “System Type.”
NOTE: ERPLY currently uses TriPOS 5.7.0.
Run installation “TriPOS Setup.exe”
If you do not have the IDs listed above, these can be retrieved by accessing your profile at http://www.coremanagementsystem.com. When logged in, navigate to “Virtual Terminal,” then click “Profile.” The codes will be shown in reverse order. The TriPOS service has no visual UI. It runs as a service on the POS computer and starts during Windows log-in.
IMPORTANT: After installation, the TriPOS service will take 15 minutes to update the Verifone device. This process provides no visual feedback onscreen, but it is vitally important not to disconnect your Verifone device for 15 minutes. Disconnecting the device or rebooting your PC during this process will render it permanently inoperable.
All the configuration parameters you will need to enter in ERPLY are stored in the TriPOS configuration file. There will also be default parameters which need to be changed. This must be done through editing the configuration file in Notepad or similar text editor. The file can be found at it’s default location: C:\Program Files\Vantiv\triPOS Service\TriPOS.config.
On updating a TriPOS version, the new TriPOS is sometimes installed to a different location/directory (For example, “C:\Program Files\Vantiv” or “C:\Program Files (x86)\Vantiv”). Be sure of the current working directory when reading or editing the configuration file.
Open the configuration file in Notepad. Toward the top of the code, there will be fields for “Developer Key” and “Developer Secret,” along with corresponding codes. You will need these codes to set up TriPOS in ERPLY. Make a note of where they are for later.
Begin looking through the code, searching for the following items. Be careful not to make changes other than the ones outlined here.
Search for the line reading “testmode.” This will have a default value of “true.” Change this value to “false.”
Not far below this, there will be a line for a “Pinpad Idle Message.” The default reads as a welcome message. You can add the name of your business to this message, or alter the full text to say whatever you’d like.
A little further below this will be a line asking if emv is supported. The value for this is default as “false,” and should be changed to “true.”
The next changes are a bit further down the file. Hit “Control-F” on your keyboard and enter the following: laneid=”1″. This will bring you to the next lines which need altering. The first will be the COM port. Change this COM port to reflect the port you selected during install (ie: from COM1 to COM9, or whatever you had selected).
When you have made these changes, save the file to your desktop. Save this as a .config file, not a .txt file. Once you have this on your desktop as a .config file, copy/paste it to the original Vantiv folder. Your final step will be to access task manager from your computer. Find the TriPOS service, stop it, then start it again. This will refresh the device to pull up the new configuration. We are now ready to set up your TriPOS device in ERPLY.
In this step, you will set up the registers which are going to use the Vantiv TriPOS as the payment provider. Repeat the steps for each register.
In this step you will set the parameters allowing your POS to communicate with the Vantiv TriPOS service. Repeat the steps for each register.
At this point, Save, then reload the POS. Your card reader is now set up in ERPLY. When the TriPOS device displays your Pinpad Idle Message (see Config), make a test payment and return to confirm everything is working correctly.
If payment request does not activate payment process in device:
Check Windows services list to make sure TriPosService is running.
Check that TriPOS service is reachable on the address and port set in POS. For this open the IP address in your browser. If you used the default parameters, then enter localhost:8080 into the browser address bar. 2a. If the address is not reachable, then double check the settings in POS. Double check the Vantiv TriPOS configuration file. Restart the TriPOS service.
2b. You can also attempt to use an alternative port. Make the change in POS and in TriPOS configuration file. Example: localhost:6565
Check that configuration parameters in POS are correct (see Setup Berlin POS)
Check that configuration parameters in TriPOS configuration file are correct.
4a. During the TriPOS installation, the installer asks for acceptorId, accountId and accountToken. These parameter values are provided by Vantiv. If you do not insert correct values during the triPOS installation, you must edit TriPOS configuration file later and add correct acceptorId, accountId and accountToken.
4b. Double check to make sure the lane ID is correct. Open the TriPOS configuration file. Find section “lane”. Unless you have a good reason, the default value of 1 should be used.
Re-install device drivers and TriPOS service.