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Hi people

 

I am currently working on intagrating WHMCS with my website.

 

What i am wanting to do is use the logging code that is used on the portal template on the top right which is located http://www.mydomain.com/client'>http://www.mydomain.com/client

 

I would like to use the code in the root directory http://www.mydomain.com

 

I know that there is the Integration Code in the admin panel but that does not give the welcome message when a user logs in.

 

<div id="welcome_box">{if $loggedin}{$LANG.welcomeback}, <strong>{$clientsdetails.firstname}</strong>   <img src="templates/{$template}/images/icons/details.gif" alt="{$LANG.clientareanavdetails}" width="16" height="16" border="0" class="absmiddle" /> <a href="clientarea.php?action=details" title="{$LANG.clientareanavdetails}"><strong>{$LANG.clientareanavdetails}</strong></a>   <img src="templates/{$template}/images/icons/logout.gif" alt="{$LANG.logouttitle}" width="16" height="16" border="0" class="absmiddle" /> <a href="logout.php" title="Logout"><strong>{$LANG.logouttitle}</strong></a>{else}{$LANG.please} <a href="clientarea.php" title="{$LANG.loginbutton}"><strong>{$LANG.loginbutton}</strong></a> {$LANG.or} <a href="register.php" title="{$LANG.clientregistertitle}"><strong>{$LANG.clientregistertitle}</strong></a>{/if}</div>

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Not the most beautiful solution, but it will do the job:

 

<?php
require("client/dbconnect.php"); // Give in the path to the dbconnect.php in the WHMCS root.

if($_SESSION['uid'])
{
$result = mysql_query("SELECT firstname FROM tblclients WHERE id='".$_SESSION['uid']."' LIMIT 1;");

while($row = mysql_fetch_array($result))
	echo $_LANG['welcomeback'].", ".$row['firstname']."<br /><a href=\"clientarea.php?action=details\"><strong>".$_LANG['clientareanavdetails']."</a> <a href=\"logout.php\"><strong>".$_LANG['logouttitle']."</strong></a>";
}
else
echo $_LANG['please']." <a href=\"clientarea.php\" title=\"Login\"><strong>".$_LANG['loginbutton']."</strong></a> ".$_LANG['or']." <a href=\"register.php\" title=\"Register\"><strong>".$_LANG['clientregistertitle']."</strong></a>";
?>

Edited by m00

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HTML is a static code, PHP is dynamic. You can't run PHP code inside a HTML file. What you can do is the following. Make a file in your WHMCS directory (/client/) called status.php and put in the following code:

<?php
require("dbconnect.php");

if($_SESSION['uid'])
{
   $result = mysql_query("SELECT firstname FROM tblclients WHERE id='".$_SESSION['uid']."' LIMIT 1;");

   while($row = mysql_fetch_array($result))
       echo "document.write('".$_LANG['welcomeback'].", ".$row['firstname']." | <a href=\"clientarea.php?action=details\"><strong>".$_LANG['clientareanavdetails']."</a> <a href=\"logout.php\"><strong>".$_LANG['logouttitle']."</strong></a>');";
}
else
   echo "document.write('".$_LANG['please']." <a href=\"clientarea.php\" title=\"Login\"><strong>".$_LANG['loginbutton']."</strong></a> ".$_LANG['or']." <a href=\"register.php\" title=\"Register\"><strong>".$_LANG['clientregistertitle']."</strong></a>');";
?> 

 

Put the following code in your HTML page:

 

<script type="text/javascript" src="client/status.php"></script>

 

It will show you the login status using Javascript, which is possible in HTML.

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I'm using the 3rd party payment gateway has a callback file, however the callback file is not too much protected due to IPN response from the gateway, since I wanted to know if I can make the $CUSTOM_SESSION['invoice_id'] in view invoice as client page , then check the invoice id at callback file. 

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As I mentioned in another thread, the callback should not know, care, touch, or otherwise access the client's account beyond the invoice as only the gateway should be calling it. 

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Posted (edited)

Hi

I have tried in WHMCS 8.1 is not working, on external page im not getting the status

 

<script type="text/javascript" src="client/status.php"></script>
Edited by Nanox Flow

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Posted (edited)

The above code wont work because mysql_query was removed in PHP 7 and really using WHMCS internal classes and making WHMCS do the heavy lifting for database access is the preferred way, at least IMO.   As such, here you go in a untested rewrite:

<?php
require("../init.php");
use WHMCS\User\Client;

/*
 * @Author steven99
 *  Get status of current status of client and welcome them back or have them login .
 *  NOTE: This will only work within WHMCS and not an external page as it requires
 *  the same PHP session to be used
 */
global $_LANG;

if (isset($_SESSION['UID']) and is_numeric($_SESSION['UID']))
{
    $Client = Client::find($_SESSION['UID']);
    if ($Client)
    {?>
        <?=$_LANG['welcomeback']?> <?=$Client->firstname?> <a href="clientarea.php?action=details"><strong><?=$_LANG['clientareanavdetails']?></a> <a href="logout.php"><strong><?=$_LANG['logouttitle']?></strong></a>
    <?php
    }
}
else
{?>
    <?=$_LANG['please']?> <a href="clientarea.php" title="Login"><strong><?=$_LANG['loginbutton']?></strong></a><?=$_LANG['or']?> <a href="register.php" title="Register"><strong><?=$_LANG['clientregistertitle']?></strong></a>
<?php
}

 

Edited by steven99

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