Clover is now enforcing a 90-day window on calls to Payments and Orders API endpoints.
We discovered an issue caused by developer apps that aren’t using a date/time filter when sending GET requests to Clover Payments and Orders endpoints. Some of these apps are causing high server loads and performance issues.
If your app expects orders or payments for a time frame greater than 90 days, you need to make additional API calls that include filter query parameters for the additional time frames.
As a best practice, use the
createdTime filter query parameter value in your API calls to reduce payload sizes and server loads. Create the filter within the 90-day time frame.
Contact developer support if you have questions.
Updated 3 months ago