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I was testing API to add order and noticed it fails to do so:

I used the following code:


  $command = "addorder";
$adminuser = "admin";
$values["clientid"] = "1";
$values["domaintype"] = array("register");
$values["domain"] = array("supernicedom.com");
$values["regperiod"] = array(1);
$values["dnsmanagement"] = array("on");
$values["idprotection"] = array("on");
$values["nameserver1"] = "ns1.demo.com";
$values["nameserver2"] = "ns2.demo.com";
$values["nameserver3"] = "ns3.demo.com";
$values["nameserver4"] = "ns4.demo.com";
$values["paymentmethod"] = "paypal";

$results = localAPI($command,$values,$adminuser);


and obtained result:

Array ( [result] => success [orderid] => 0 [productids] => [addonids] => [domainids] => 0 [invoiceid] => ) 


However the domain was not registered for the client.


Any ideas what may be wrong?

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