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HarryAdney

Unable to activate Slack in version 7.7

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Hi everyone,

I got the modal on the dashboard advising of the exciting new changes in version 7.7. I clicked on the option to activate Slack, but WHMCS returned a 404. Please see attached images in order.

 

Thanks.

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I tester on my dev machine now and do the same also 

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4 minutes ago, HarryAdney said:

I got the modal on the dashboard advising of the exciting new changes in version 7.7. I clicked on the option to activate Slack, but WHMCS returned a 404.

assuming it's not related to Friendly URLs, then I think it must be a bug as you're the second one to mention this today... three now including @wsa

personally, i'm not seeing a 404 locally in my v7.7 - the URL looks the same as yours, but i'm seeing the modal window below...

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That way it work but not on Apps & Integrations :)

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3 minutes ago, wsa said:

That way it work but not on Apps & Integrations 🙂

i'm seeing the above modal window whichever direction I take to the link...

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1 hour ago, brian! said:

assuming it's not related to Friendly URLs, then I think it must be a bug as you're the second one to mention this today... three now including @wsa

 

 

My friendly URLs option was set to use basic URLs. I've just changed it to full friendly rewrite, and I can now see the configure box. Now to get a token!

Many thanks.

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