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Hi guys,

 

Leading on from this Thread

 

https://forum.whmcs.com/showthread.php?89855-Integrate-Unusual-Domain-Registrar-with-no-Whois-Server

 

I'm having very similar problem as the OP above and would appreciate some help given newer WHMCS version

 

I've added the below to my /resources/domains/whois.json

 

[
   {
       "extensions": ".xx",
       "uri": "http://mydomain.tld/dns/dns.php?domain=",
       "available": "Nothing found or Domain Invalid"
   },
]

 

 

 

Remotely using this php script

 

https://gist.github.com/anonymous/60270b6629f2c06926ac2cdc9e6812a3

 

URL - http://mydomain.tld/dns/dns.php?domain=domain.xx

 

 

What am I missing?

 

The script works on website, but am I missing the link between the script and WHMCS to receive it? Not sure.

 

Thanks

 

Tim

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Are you getting an error?

 

If you attempt a WHOIS check in the admin area (under the Utilities menu), what message(s) do you get in response?

 

I also assume you have added the TLD in your Domain Pricing?

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Are you getting an error?

 

If you attempt a WHOIS check in the admin area (under the Utilities menu), what message(s) do you get in response?

 

I also assume you have added the TLD in your Domain Pricing?

 

Yes I have added the TLD in Domain Pricing

 

In Admin panel I'm getting 'WHOIS Lookups cannot be performed for the TLD .tld'

 

In Client Area it's displaying 'domain.tld is unavailable'

 

System Activity Log I found this

01/09/2017 16:34	
Unable to load WHOIS Server Definition File: /home/abc/public_html/sites/domain.tld/resources/domains/whois.json
admin	86.179.37.121

01/09/2017 16:34	
WHOIS Lookup Error for 'domain.tld': extension not listed in /resources/domains/dist.whois.json or /resources/domains/whois.json
admin	86.179.37.122

 

 

FYI - The DNS script isn't the same as the OP but from Github. It works independently, so I'm not certain the values I'm entering into /resources/domains/whois.json for the tld that are the issue or not.

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with regards to your whois.json entry, it shouldn't need the closing comma after the final, or in your case only, entry...

 

[ 
   { 
       "extensions": ".xx", 
       "uri": "http://mydomain.tld/dns/dns.php?domain=", 
       "available": "Nothing found or Domain Invalid" 
   }
]

that might explain the admin panel error. :?:

 

https://docs.whmcs.com/WHOIS_Servers

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with regards to your whois.json entry, it shouldn't need the closing comma after the final, or in your case only, entry...

 

[ 
   { 
       "extensions": ".xx", 
       "uri": "http://mydomain.tld/dns/dns.php?domain=", 
       "available": "Nothing found or Domain Invalid" 
   }
]

that might explain the admin panel error. :?:

 

https://docs.whmcs.com/WHOIS_Servers

 

Hahaha if only all my problems were this simple

 

Thank you Brian, I was going a little nuts :D

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