Columbus, GA, June 18, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Using the iBilling Client Library v 1.1, developers can now submit additional security information to minimize the possibility of fraud. The additional data supplied enables the iBilling processing engine to identify and block potentially fraudulent transactions, thereby reducing the merchant’s risk of customer disputes and chargebacks.
The new version also adds functionality that enables simplified object handling in the client-server communication process. It is now possible to send several changes to the server as a single transaction. The result of the server is injected in the original objects used for the request vs copies of the objects in version 1.0. This greatly simplifies analysis of the results returned by the server.
Convenience functions were added to the Session class to simplify initialization of a proxy object or lookup of an object by code. PaymentPlan was extended with the functionality to replace active charges with freezes.
iBilling is an SOA-based J2EE billing platform that provides recurring billing and subscription/account management functionality. iBilling provides specific functionality required by the majority of member and donor centric organizations, including a clean and simple way to process one-time (pos/retail) and batch credit card and bank account (ACH) transactions. To get more information or sign-up for a test account go to http://www.intrannuity.com
Intrannuity’s iBilling Client Library is an open source initiative to reduce the integration time necessary to allow 3rd party product to work with iBilling. Code samples with the most common use cases in every supported language and detailed documentation are available on library’s web-site at http://www.ibillingclient.org