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I am experiencing this issue as well. While troubleshooting I was able to successfully send an scp cPanel backup directly through my cPanel account to the remote server. However, when I try the same thing through WHMCS I get the error - "Cron Job: Remote cPanel Backup Requested". Prior to activating WHMCS cPanel backups I was able to successfully test the connection. In fact, if I recall, it was required.
Any help/advice would be much appreciated.
Unfortunately that error is coming from the localAPI function that's provided by WHMCS and from past experience, it may have something to do with your license. Perhaps try a refresh of it?
I'd suggest creating a phpinfo.php file in the root directory temporarily to ensure WHMCS is reading the same:
If the server name is showing there, then you will need to contact WHMCS as its likely to affect other parts of your installation.
You would need to exclude those files from your IDE code checking. This means most of your WHMCS files should be excluded for code analysis. There is no other way around with encoded files, since for your IDE they are not really .php files as it can't read them.
To be fair, WHMCS is not developer friendly at all, because of the encoding, there is nothing you can really do, not even fix bug or check for functions, an IDE for WHMCS in that regard is really not very useful.
ts attempting Now but in error log ..
And can i send 4 time email to the clients for (Credit Card Payment Failed)
Automatic payment capture hook failed on invoice #24: Unable to retrieve current server name. Please check PHP/vhost configuration and ensure SERVER_NAME is displaying appropriately via PHP Info.
But in my whmcs system PHP Info server name showing i see