One of the key new features in WHMCS 7.7 is Remote File Storage Locations and Migration. During the pre-release testing we want to hear about your experiences with this feature.
Some potential starting points for discussion are:
What was your experience of changing the local file storage from the default locations to a custom local location?
What was your experience of changing the local file storage to a remote AWS S3 Bucket?
Did you choose to migrate existing data? How was the migration experience?
How was the experience of migrating between remote storage buckets, or back to local storage?
Was the process of adding new configurations and changing the storage settings easy to understand through the UI and the documentation?
Did you try and S3-compatiable services (non-AWS) ?
Was this feature helpful in High-Available Environments?
In addition to resolving any errors which might occur, understanding any pain points is of particular interest to us. Your input will help us tweak messaging in the product or documentation and publish support articles.
It's my English pronunciation, but my meaning was going in the same direction why not make an enable and disable check in the admin menu under settings.
I always prefer to disable features rather than hide the whole stuff or modify in the tpl files, probably wrongly expressed.
I can't modify the link anymore must be done by an admin.
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If a customer is using paypal only and upgrades a package, do we have to manually remove the subscription ID, create a separate one in PayPal with their details, match the dates, then paste the new subscription id back in the field?I've had a customer who started on a product that was grandfathered, and I wanted them to "downgrade" to a cheaper alternative after I restructured pricing and created new packages/plans.
When the customer downgraded, everything seemed to work normally. The account is provisioned properly, The system will invoice them, but they are no longer automatically charged with the new price and the invoice is left unpaid waiting for manual payment. To make matters worse, the OLD charge was still active in my PayPal subscription and it charged them outside of WHMCS! So I canceled that subscription, and that appeared to remove the subscription id on WHMCS (unless I removed it myself as well, its been a while since I've been trying to figure this out.)
Now, before you ask, YES the packages are setup to auto bill monthly. ALL 3 of my packages work flawlessly and I have customers on each that are successfully auto charging each month. The initial order and account setup is NEVER a problem, only upgrading afterward in this case.
Also, YES I had them manually PAY the first invoice that generated after upgrading,
and YES I instructed them to pay the NEXT bill manually and that would officially begin the new subscription, but there is still no new subscription in my paypal.
Does anyone else have issues with this? I set up my clients right from the get-go based on their potential needs, so they rarely upgrade, therefore I do not have a lot of experience testing the functionality of upgrading. I just had a client upgrade using stripe and it seems that all my working stripe payment method customers dont have a subscription ID in the WHMCS, so I'm crossing my fingers for this first stripe upgrade. If it works without a hitch then I might just disable PayPal altogether.
OK, got it working, but now I got a new problem - I need the same to work for manual invoices after having them published.
Sometimes we need to backdate invoices and the only way to do it is to create an invoice, publish it without sending, change the dates and only them email it. This hook doesn't work it you publish without sending it right away.
Can it be changed to something like "InvoiceCreationPostCreate"? What will it break if it can?
this is what I see in my hook...
and what I saw in yours...
so it's checking that a variable is set - but it's seeing it as different from the one you're defining.... so the db update is never triggered.
I suppose you could check if $invoiceid is empty instead... and I assume there are no other hooks that could be interfering with this ??