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    Error: Authorization Date has Expired when invoicing orders

    How to fix the "Authorization Date has Expired" error message from Sage BusinessVision when invoicing orders from my online store.

    Description

    Why do I get an "Authorization Date has Expired" error message when I try to invoice orders placed from my online store?

    Resolution

    This error message may indicate that the postback service within the Virtual Terminal is not enabled or correctly configured. To confirm and/or edit this setting, please begin by signing in to your Virtual Terminal. Navigate to the Shopping Cart menu and select Configuration. Select the Configuration tab.

    Confirm that "Enable Postback Service" is checked. For the Post Back URL, enter "http://www.businessvision.net/edge/paymentgateways/sageexchange/postback.asp", removing the quotation marks.

     

    Press Update Configuration to save your changes.

    You may also be interested in: 3 Sage e-BusinessVision and Sage Exchange

    If you have questions or require additional assistance, please submit a ticket and we will be in touch with you shortly.

     

    Last Modified: 01/05/2015

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