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  1. Hi all, We built a registrar module, for registrations and transfers we take the contacts information from $params['original'] in order to have the not transilterated version of the parameters and everything is working fine with special characters. I have issues in the function "mymodule_SaveContactDetails($params)". When a customer submit the new information from the control panel for changing the contacts of the domain WHMCS passes to the module also in the original array the transliterated version of the values. In this way if a customer registered a domain with an owner having a name "Tést" will be converted to "Test" also if he only changes the address for instance. Can you help me to fix this issue? Example: array ( ...... array ( 'registrant' => array ( 'First Name' => 'Test', 'Last Name' => 'ciao', 'Company Name' => 'My company', ..... ), 'original' => array ( ...... array ( 'registrant' => array ( 'First Name' => 'Test', 'Last Name' => 'ciao', 'Company Name' => 'My company', .... )
  2. I found that you have to call also the setIsIrtpEnabled. With this parameter set to true it's working fine.
  3. Hi all, I'm developing a new registrar module for WHMCS version 7.7.1. I'm following the documentation about the new function modulename_GetDomainInformation. I need to show some messages on the customer area when there is a pending domain contact change. As it's written in the example of the documentation I'm forcing for test the two object parameters without conditions: ->setDomainContactChangePending(true) ->setDomainContactChangeExpiryDate(Carbon::createFromFormat('Y-m-d', '2019-04-30')) I've seen in this other documentation that the messages are shown only for some specific registrar module and I can't find these messages with my new registrar module. I tested also with the default template six. Does anyone have experience with this parameters and their effect? Many thanks
  4. Welcome to WHMCS.Community Riccardo! We're glad you're here please take some time to familiarise yourself with the Community Rules & Guidelines and take a moment to introduce yourself to other WHMCS.Community members in the Introduce Yourself Board.

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