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Hello I am referring to this process on WHMCS user facing for domain transfers (incoming). There is an Authorization Code field that sometimes confuses my clients. The reason being is the domain tld for my region does not need an Auth/EPP code. My questions are: 1. Can I edit the "Help" text that is shown together in that field (on the right in the title area)? If so, please tell me where it is 2. Would it be possible for when a user lands on that page, that the Authorization Code field is hidden by default, and if the tld matches a domain that requires an Authorization Code, then it appears? Thank you
Display wrong epp message
Dimitra posted a topic in Developer CornerHello, In domain transfer, is it possible to check if the epp code is incorrect? I would like to customise the template so that if the epp is wrong, it will display a message informing the user about the wrong epp and preventing him from moving any further. Thank you.
===========DESCRIPTION=========== When clients are transferring domain registrations using WHMCS, the single quote mark is occasionally a character found in a domain's EPP Code. When WHMCS receives an EPP code with a single quote mark ( ' ) that character is changed to the HTML code ( & # 3 9 ; ). This then causes the EPP code to be rejected by the new registrar when it is sent as it is no longer correct. =========STEPS TO REPLICATE=========  Initiate a domain transfer order via WHMCS.  Enter the EPP Code for the domain that is being transferred. This problem is for EPP Codes with the single quote mark.  At this point you can see that the EPP code has been altered on the Manage Orders screen.  Through automated or manual means have WHMCS send the Transfer to Registrar.  See that the transfer is rejected as the EPP code is invalid. =======ADDITIONAL INFORMATION====== This bug has been seen often in our production environment and replicated in our development environment. We have confirmed that PHP is not running magic quotes and checked for a MySQL setting that would cause this but could not find one. We have completed testing in development with all other valid EPP characters, but could only replicate with the single quote mark.