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Hey, I recently upgraded my PHP version and some of my add-ons not working with the new version. How do I know which add-ons that not work with the new version?

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As @string indicated the PHP Version Check is a good starting point, you could also enable errors under Setup > General Settings > Other > Display Errors & Log Error this will provide an output when you navigate thru the system of any problematic modules.  Lastly for modules acquired from the MarketPlace I'd also recommend checking the MarketPlace to see if they list compatibility

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14 hours ago, BunnyBloYT_Hosting said:

Hey, I recently upgraded my PHP version and some of my add-ons not working with the new version. How do I know which add-ons that not work with the new version?

You need to check with the add-ons developer to see if your PHP version is compatible. They probably have an update available.

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12 hours ago, yggdrasil said:

They probably have an update available.

or if they don't, you'll need to find a) an alternative solution, b) continue without the addon or c) downgrade PHP to a version that works with the addon...

ideally, you should have checked all this before upgrading PHP (or upgrading WHMCS for that matter). 🙂

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If the addon code is old, it could have shorttags ("<?" vs regular "<?php ") in use and at some point, that I don't recall, shorttags were turned off by default.  Check your new php version's php.ini file for shorttags and set to on and see if that helps. 

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