Our company has an existing website that is hosted on WooCommerce. We just launched a second site that was developed using OpenCart. We are working with two developers for the different sites, and I sent them our Authorize.net API Login ID + Keys and we're experiencing a unique problem.
As soon as one developer uses the login and key on one site, the other site's shop and checkout fails or generates an error code.
We've been going back and forth...I'm wondering if anyone has some insight as to why we're having this issue.
I called Authorize.net and they said that it's typical for a company to have two sites and use the same key and login. They said its not typical for the multiple sites to be on different ecommerce platforms.
I have gone onto Authorize.net's Fraud Detection Suite and we do not have the IP Address Blocking feature activated.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
When we update the API on our pre-existing site (WooCommerce), the entire Opencart site shuts down and can't be accessed.
This page isn’t working
(website) redirected you too many times.
When we update the API key on the Opencart site, the shop page cannot be accessed and the following message shows up:
The resquested URL /buy-now/ was not found on this server.
Additionally, a 404 Not Found Error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
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