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WHEN TRYING TO DELETE CONTACT I GET THIS MESSAGE ON ACT 2006 "invalid processor state. processor not currently in a transaction"

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This notice is comming up on every thing I do " this modification will affect transactions from closed peroids


There has been a closing date entered in the software. You would need to remove the closing date to prevent the message.

Dec 22, 2013 | Intuit QuickBooks® Pro 2006 Full Version...

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PC CHARGE - "INVALID EXP. DATE" ERROR MESSAGE ON 2013 & LATER


when you have PC Charge open, go to Setup and Preferences. A window will open. In the "maximum/latest year" or something like that, change 2012 to something later like 2016. That should fix it

Apr 15, 2010 | Go Software Inc. PCCharge Payment Server...

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Received an error message at close out RB00546E... Tech support tells me that my comuter operating system is too old to contract. Tell me to upgrade. Have a new computer coming Windows7. In the meantime,...


Would probably need the the entire error. The RB simply stands for Rejected Batch when you are trying to settle (I'm guessing with Vital/TSYS). the 00546 is the transaction number. This looks like a rather large batch. The transaction in question is the 544th transaction (the first two records to go over in the batch contain account information and your company information. So always subtract 2 from the number shown).

Without seeing the rest of the error, I can't say exactly what is wrong with the transaction. There should be a 3-4 digit number after the E in your response from the processor.

At any rate, depending on your version of PCCharge,there is a Batch Editor is included. It will be in (C:\Program Files\Active-Charge) for Payment Server or (C:\Program Files\PCCW) for Pro, and is named BatchUtility.exe. This will allow you to quickly view the batches and edit the transactions you need.

If Vital/TSYS is your only merchant account, then your batch will be named Visa1.xxx.Since it is now a rejected batch, it will be called Visa1.PCS (A regular batch should be Visa1.ENC for encrypted. Unless you are on a really old version). You should be able to open the Batch Utility, Open the bad batch by clicking find "Indeterminate" button, find the 544th transaction (if it's corrupt, you'll be able to find it rather quickly), and void it out. Keep in mind that this is not the same as voiding through the inteface, it is merely taking the transaction out of this particular batch, not voiding the transaction authorization. If it's a sale, you're authorization code will still be good (assuming it hasn't been over 30 days since you last settled). If it's a credit or void, there will not be an authorization number to worry about, and you can just dump the transaction altogether.

Make sure to take notes on the transaction so that you can run it as a post-auth (if it is a sale) after your batch is accepted. Once the offender is removed, you should be able to go back into PCC and settle as normal. You will get the message about "all indeterminate batches need to be closed first, blah blah blah", click "ok", check your totals and then attempt to process the settlement.

Good Luck and hope this helps.

Oct 16, 2009 | Go Software Inc. PCCharge Pro...

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Pccharge invalid trout id number


It sounds like your TroutD has somehow gotten out of synch with the last processed transactions. Usually, you can go to setup -> numbers and synchronize the TroutD to the last number used. This will usually correct the issue.

Jul 03, 2009 | VeriFone PCCharge Pro Full Version for PC

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Getting error # 3022


Hi Julie,
You shouldn't really be using that version anymore for several reasons. However, since I don't work there anymore, and I'm sure you have your reasons for sticking with it ...

There is a way to purge the transactions, although Tech support will tell you that it is not recommended (not to mention, there's nobody there anymore that was around when 4.x was out.). If you're just wanting to clear out the old files and start new so that your database is smaller, there is a rather simple solution. If you still have your original pccharge setup cd, there is a blank database on the cd. Make sure all current batches are settled. Rename the current database to something that will make sense (perhaps with a date of the last transactions in the database). After that database has been renamed, you can copy the blank PCCW.MDB from the cd to your PCCharge directory. Once the database has been copied, right-click on the database to make sure that it didn't get marked as read-only during the copy & paste. This will start your transactions from a fresh database. Your history will no longer be available from the software however. (If you really need that history you can temporarily rename the old database back long enough to pull the history and then switch back to the new one). After this, start up pccharge and go to setup numbers and synchronize numbers with troutd. You should be good to go after this.

May 19, 2009 | Go Software Inc. PCCharge Pro...

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Yikes.eerrrr


You can contact Microsoft:
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Jan 17, 2008 | Microsoft Office Standard for PC

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Installation Problem


What OS are you running to install the sotfware dude?

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