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Configurable Options functionality extension request


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Hi there!

We're running small dedicated server leasing company and was looking for a easy-going system to run our biz...

WHMCS is just great, almost everyhing we need is here just right out of the box!

BUT, there's some things is not applicable for dealing with a database of used hardware.

Here is an example:

We have 100+ servers with tons of different hardware parts, needed to be stored in VDS/VPS product group. So it's clear to use configurable options as a specific parts of a server - one for CPU, another for amount of RAM, type of a chassis and so on... But here comes a problem! If we need to save HDD config - there's no way to do it, with a combinations of 2x500Gb+5x2Tb+6x3Tb... Only way to deal with it is creating EVERY type of HDD (15 sizes, not saying about vendors!) as a separate configurable option! Here comes problem with order forms (needed to hide 0 valued options)!

So the VERY useful thing is a combination of a dropdown type of an option and then, in addition - quantity for this item, and the best thing - quantities for multiple selected items!

I think it would be very handy to many WHMCS users, not just us!

Can anybody help? Ready to pay for such an option!


P.S. You can watch the principle of how it's working on our site config calc here, try choosing some options in HDD/SSD array:


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