CreditLine Batch Re-Authorization

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Types of Batch Re-Run

There are two main reasons to re-run the transaction journal:

  1. The auth codes have expired and you can no longer batch the transactions. Follow the simple Expired Transactions Re-Run procedure to remedy the problem.
  2. You have accidentally batched into the wrong account. In this case the journal is located under 911\JOR (or 911\JOR? for multi-merchant setups. See Journal Backup for information on file names and access. Follow the simple Batch Reversal and Re-Run procedure to move the money into the correct bank account.