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  1. Just answering for posterity - I ended up doing what I mentioned above, I created a simple "custom page" that just outputs the current logged in client's details: <?php require __DIR__ . '/../init.php'; use WHMCS\ClientArea; use WHMCS\Database\Capsule; use WHMCS\User\Client; header("Content-type: application/json"); $ca = new ClientArea(); $ca->initPage(); // Check login status if ($ca->isLoggedIn()) { $d = Client::find( $ca->getUserId() ); $client = array( 'firstname' => $d->firstname, 'lastname' => $d->lastname, 'email' => $d->email, 'address1' => $d->address1, 'address2' => $d->address2, 'city' => $d->city, 'state' => $d->state, 'postcode' => $d->postcode, 'country' => $d->country, 'phonenumber' => str_replace(' ', '', $d->phonenumber), 'tax_id' => $d->tax_id, 'language' => $d->language, 'companyname' => $d->companyname, ); // Custom Fields: // 1 - CNP // 3 - Reg. Com. // 6 - Tip Persoana // 33 - IBAN // 34 - Banca $d = Capsule::table('tblcustomfieldsvalues') ->where('relid', $ca->getUserId()) ->get(); foreach ($d as $i) { switch ($i->fieldid) { case 1: $client['cnp'] = $i->value; break; case 3: $client['regcom'] = $i->value; break; case 6: $client['tippersoana'] = $i->value; break; case 33: $client['iban'] = $i->value; break; case 34: $client['bank'] = $i->value; break; } } print(json_encode($client, true)); } else { // User is not logged in } Then I simply just did the pre-fill of my values in the page using JavaScript/jQuery: $.ajax({ url: "/my-custom-page.php", success: function (data) { if (!$.isEmptyObject(data)) { $('.cnpField').val(data['cnp']); $('.regComField').val(data['regcom']); $('.cifField').val(data['codfiscal']); $('.selectField').val(data['tippersoana']).change(); if ( data['tippersoana'] === 'p' || data['tippersoana'] === 'ap' ) { $('.ownerField').val(data['firstname'] + ' ' + data['lastname']); } else { $('.ownerField').val(data['companyname']); } $('.mailField').val(data['email']); $('.address1Field').val(data['address1']); $('.address2Field').val(data['address2']); $('.phoneField').val(data['phonenumber']); $('.countryField').val(data['country']); $('.stateField').val(data['state']); $('.cityField').val(data['city']); } } }); If a non-registered user goes trough the same process, it gets an empty output, because the custom page in WHMCS takes care of auth and client details. If it's empty, it simply does nothing. Maybe it will be useful for someone ūüôā
  2. Actually disregard the above. I figured that I would rather use a "custom page" type and generate the javascript file directly from whmcs: <?php use WHMCS\ClientArea; use WHMCS\Database\Capsule; use WHMCS\User\Client; require __DIR__ . '/../init.php'; header("Content-type: application/json"); $ca = new ClientArea(); $ca->initPage(); // Check login status if ($ca->isLoggedIn()) { $d = Client::find( $ca->getUserId() ); $client = array( 'firstname' => $d->firstname, 'lastname' => $d->lastname, 'email' => $d->email, 'address1' => $d->address1, 'address2' => $d->address2, 'city' => $d->city, 'state' => $d->state, 'postcode' => $d->postcode, 'country' => $d->country, 'phonenumber' => $d->phonenumber, 'tax_id' => $d->tax_id, 'language' => $d->language, ); print(json_encode($client, true)); } else { // User is not logged in } Now I just need to figure out how do I actually get the custom fields, as Client doesn't actually return those values. I would like to avoid an extra query if I can, but I'm not sure I will be able to, as there doesn't seem to be a model for it.
  3. I tried ClientAreaHomepage, unfortunately that does not trigger on the cart pages. I tried ClientAreaPageCart, but this does not seem to do any actual output. function ch_output_client_details($vars) { return <<<HTML <script> alert('hi'); </script> HTML; } add_hook("ClientAreaPageCart", 1, "ch_output_client_details"); What I'm trying to do here: - For our local .tld, a common request is that users want to register their domain names for other people/companies, but they don't particularly want to create new user accounts for each and every domain - Yes, I am aware that WHMCS has the ability to use a different contact for domain registration, but unfortunately this is insufficient in our use case (our .tld requires extra information based on the type of business/personal entity) - We do have almost all the fields that are common between actual account information configured as additional fields for the .tld (like name, address, email, phone etc.) In particular, we are trying to have pre-filled data when an existing user attempts to buy a new domain while logged on. We are also trying to avoid modifying template files as much as we can - as this would create overhead and extra work when we update it from our vendor. So, our idea is to simply have WHMCS output a <script> in the confdomains cart step, which contains an object with the clients user information, from which we can just populate the fields on loading of the page - we are already doing form validation via javascript on that page, so it would be a natural progression. Any tips on where/how to do this?
  4. Hello, I'm trying to get the logged in users' customer data and then drop it in a javascript variable using a custom hook, on the domain configuration (additional page) field. I'm looking at the documentation but I'm sure sure where to start from - all looking at the hook list, there doesn't seem to be any hook firing on: /cart.php?a=confdomains Or at least I can't figure out which one does. Could someone point me in the right direction?
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