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(TESTMODE) This transaction cannot be accepted

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Hello,

 

We are using Anet Java API to integrate with Authorize.net and everything has been working great until last weekend.

 

We were able to submit test payments to our account which is in TEST mode two days ago. Today we are getting "(TESTMODE) This transaction cannot be accepted" error.

 

Is this a known Anet issue?

 

Thanks


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Accepted by topic author alecswan77
‎08-21-2015 01:58 AM
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Re: (TESTMODE) This transaction cannot be accepted

Hey there,

 

Glad you got it all figured out! But no, there is no way to be notified of when someone changes your Transaction Key. Best thing to do is to make sure everyone knows that they need to tell you when they do that! :smileyhappy:

 

Thanks,

 

Michelle

Developer Community Manager

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Re: (TESTMODE) This transaction cannot be accepted

I just got the reason information for the failing transactions:

"103: This transaction cannot be accepted. A valid fingerprint, Transaction Key, or password is required for this transaction."

 

Our code provides API Login ID and Transaction Key which haven't changed. What are the fingerprint and password?

 

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Re: (TESTMODE) This transaction cannot be accepted

Aparently somebody regenerated the Transaction Key without letting us know. Is there a way to subscribe to receive notifications when Transaction Key is regenerated in the Authorize.net admin interface?

 

Thanks

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Accepted by topic author alecswan77
‎08-21-2015 01:58 AM
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Posts: 1,072
Registered: ‎08-17-2009

Re: (TESTMODE) This transaction cannot be accepted

Hey there,

 

Glad you got it all figured out! But no, there is no way to be notified of when someone changes your Transaction Key. Best thing to do is to make sure everyone knows that they need to tell you when they do that! :smileyhappy:

 

Thanks,

 

Michelle

Developer Community Manager