I did find 2 MBRs with PayMethod='Credit Card' AND SendMethod=0 ("None"),
but neither one of them has had an invoice generated (or needed one) in a
while. Just to test things though, I changed both of them to "Email - Text"
and I'll see what happens during the batch-in process on Thursday.
> Josh Hillman wrote:
> > From: Brian <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > I get this wehen one of my accounts is send notice is set to none.
> > it to
> > > email or postal and it goes away.
> > This error message pops up during every batch-in; not just an occasional
> > one. When you ran into this problem with the send method = none, was it
> > customer that paid by credit card or was it some unrelated account? I
> > suppose you remember what number (SendMethod) represents none. I don't
> > them cross-referenced anywhere.
> > Josh
> > > Josh Hillman wrote:
> > >
> > > > Anytime we run a batch-in in Emerald 2.5.331, all the transactions
> > > > through just fine and payments are made, etc., but at the very end
> > the
> > > > import, "52: bad file name or number" comes up. After hitting OK,
> > notice
> > > > that the batch-in.txt file hasn't been deleted and also, the
> > > > file in the Emerald directory is missing the very last line that
> > normally
> > > > tells how many transactions were processed.
> > > > If we use Emerald 2.5.322 to do the batch-in, this problem does not
> > occur.
> > > > We're using PCAuthorize for the credit card processing software.
> > > >
> > > > Any ideas?
> > > >
> > > > Josh
> > > > SQL 7 SP2
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