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  1. I did just make sure that password policy matched, because at some point when trying to Accept Order I got a message that password wasn't secure enough. I've eliminated that I think. Now the service does get provisioned on the Plesk server, but the order remains Pending in WHMCS with no SSO capability for the purchaser. If I try to force Order Acceptance, I get the same Error: See the Activity Log for more information: which I guess is not very helpful as it keeps telling me what I originally posted. I will see what support has to say.
  2. Recently I have begun running into issues when provisioning Plesk services from WHMCS. The item fails to create. When I look in the service log I see errors starting with FraudCheckFailed. I DO NOT have any Fraud Check modules installed. I don't have these issues when provisioning cPanel services. Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterRegistrarRenewalFailed - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterRegistrarRenewal - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: DomainTransferFailed - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: DomainTransferCompleted - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterRegistrarTransferFailed - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterRegistrarTransfer - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterRegistrarRegistrationFailed - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterRegistrarRegistration - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: CancellationRequest - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterModuleTerminateFailed - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterModuleTerminate - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterModuleUnsuspendFailed - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterModuleUnsuspend - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterModuleSuspendFailed - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterModuleSuspend - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterModuleCreateFailed - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: AfterModuleCreate - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function) Hooks Debug: Hook Defined for Point: FraudCheckFailed - Priority: 1 - Function Name: (anonymous function)
  3. Yes, that's what i tried to say in the post above, perhaps rather "ineloquently" 🙂 Thanks.
  4. on further though and checking straight MYSQL, you cannot do a query with NULL. = NULL != NULL IN(NULL) NOT IN (NULL) will not return any results. Since Eloquent is a mapping tool to MYSQL queries I'm gonna say that the second proposal above doesn't make sense. You need to check NOT NULL, and != separately. Don't know of any way to prove it, other than the fact that ->whereNotIN('field',[NULL]) doesn't work in my code.
  5. I need to check that column 'username' both IS NOT NULL and != "" What is best ->where('username','!=','') ->whereNotNull('username') OR ->whereNotIn('username',[NULL,'']) or something else . . . What do you think?
  6. Appears so. Pretty silly Example JSON response in the docs. https://developers.whmcs.com/api-reference/whmcsdetails/
  7. It's not the API in general. As an example the $command = 'GetClientGroups" returns Array ( [result] => success [totalresults] => 0 )
  8. in version 7.10.2 API call $command = 'WhmcsDetails'; $postData = []; $results = localAPI($command, $postData, $adminUsername); the result Array ( [result] => error [message] => API Function Not Found ) It must be available in this version, as the docs have the result { "result": "success", "whmcs": { "version": "7.10.2", "canonicalversion": "7.10.2-release.1" } }
  9. Sure it's a flawed model, but how else can you suggest improvements? I would hope developers read through these and get some clues.
  10. Do these ever get looked at? I've entered the same request 3 times over the last month. They're all in "Moderation".
  11. I got a ticket response that the behavior I'm seeing is expected. They suggested storing any parameters in the $_SESSION immediately.
  12. I'm also having lots of problems with the rewrites since upgrading to V8. Losing query string for one. Go to http://mywhmcs.com/cart.php?string=something will take me to http://mywhmcs.com/store/slug/ and lose the query string in the process. I've tried every setting available and can't get anything to work properly. i don't see a path to making my module function with v8 at this point except probably insisting on customers use Basic URLs (which of course is a non-starter).
  13. Is it possible to fire a hook on a product renewal. More to the point. I sell a product with a semi-annual price. When the product renews I want to switch to a different service (hidden) which has a monthly renewal.
  14. However. LOGO is only displayed for "Recommended For You" modules. Who does one talk to so that they can become recommended?
  15. I suppose that would be in whmcs.json ?
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