This article explains how to handle website domain update for WooCommerce merchants.
In order to ensure a secure service, Beans needs to verify that the data received from your shop are authentic. This helps ensure that there is no data tampering occuring in the requests. To do that, Beans verifies that the domain sending the data is the domain set by the retailer when they create their account.
The caveat is if you update your WordPress site or WooCommerce shop domain, Beans will not know about it and will reject new data coming from your updated shop. To fix this, you need to update the domain attached to your account. Here is how to proceed:
Make sure that you are logged in to your Beans admin dashboard
Update the new domain associated with your website and save
If you get this error message, please try to reinstall the Beans plugin in your store.
4. Once you are done, go to the general settings page and update the link to your website as well. Make sure to save.
Once you complete these steps, Beans will now be able to accept data sent by your shop and the app should now be working as expected. If you are still having issues after this, do not hesitate to reach out to our support team for assistance.