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vaio1 30th November 2011 10:49

Client_Add Method
 
Hi guys,

I am writing the interface communication between our ISP software and ISPConfig and I have a little difficulty to understand the client_add method declaration.

At the moment I am developing the creation of the client in the ISPConfig but I am trying to understand how have I to add it just the first time and then update it using the client_id parameter.

The problem is the declaration not so clear for me.

Code:

//* Set the function parameters.
        $random_rs_id = 1;
        $params = array(
                        'company_name' => 'awesomecompany',
                        'contact_name' => 'name',
                        'customer_no' => '1',
                        'vat_id' => '1',
                        'street' => 'fleetstreet',
                        'zip' => '21337',
                        'city' => 'london',
                        'state' => 'bavaria',
                        'country' => 'UK',
                        'telephone' => '123456789',
                        'mobile' => '987654321',
                        'fax' => '546718293',
                        'email' => 'e@mail.int',
                        'internet' => '',
                        'icq' => '111111111',
                        'notes' => 'awesome',
                        'dafault_mailserver' => 1,
                        'limit_maildomain' => -1,
                        'limit_mailbox' => -1,
                        'limit_mailalias' => -1,
                        'limit_mailaliasdomain' => -1,
                        'limit_mailforward' => -1,
                        'limit_mailcatchall' => -1,
                        'limit_mailrouting' => 0,
                        'limit_mailfilter' => -1,
                        'limit_fetchmail' => -1,
                        'limit_mailquota' => -1,
                        'limit_spamfilter_wblist' => 0,
                        'limit_spamfilter_user' => 0,
                        'limit_spamfilter_policy' => 1,
                        'default_webserver' => 1,
                        'limit_web_ip' => '',
                        'limit_web_domain' => -1,
                        'limit_web_quota' => -1,
                        'web_php_options' => 'no,fast-cgi,cgi,mod,suphp',
                        'limit_web_subdomain' => -1,
                        'limit_web_aliasdomain' => -1,
                        'limit_ftp_user' => -1,
                        'limit_shell_user' => 0,
                        'ssh_chroot' => 'no,jailkit,ssh-chroot',
                        'limit_webdav_user' => 0,
                        'default_dnsserver' => 1,
                        'limit_dns_zone' => -1,
                        'limit_dns_slave_zone' => -1,
                        'limit_dns_record' => -1,
                        'default_dbserver' => 1,
                        'limit_database' => -1,
                        'limit_cron' => 0,
                        'limit_cron_type' => 'url',
                        'limit_cron_frequency' => 5,
                        'limit_traffic_quota' => -1,
                        'limit_client' => 0,
                        'parent_client_id' => 0,
                        'username' => 'guy',
                        'password' => 'brush',
                        'language' => 'en',
                        'usertheme' => 'default',
                        'template_master' => 0,
                        'template_additional' => '',
                        'created_at' => 0
                        );
       
        $affected_rows = $client->client_add($session_id, $random_rs_id, $params);

What is $random_rs_id means?! The first time I have no identifier for the client so what is it?

Thanks

till 30th November 2011 13:14

Thats the client where the client belongs to or in other words, its the client_id of the reseller user where this clinet belongs to. Normally the value shall be 0 which means that the clinet does not belong to a reseller.

Quote:

The first time I have no identifier for the client so what is it?
Set the value to 0

vaio1 30th November 2011 13:19

Code:

$client->client_update($this->getSession (), $clientId, 1, $record);
In the update task what have I to set where there is the number 1?

thanks

till 30th November 2011 13:38

The $client->client_add function retuns the ID of the newly created client, so.

$client_id = $client->client_add(.......)
$client->client_update($this->getSession (), $client_id, $record);

vaio1 30th November 2011 13:40

In the client_update.php example downloaded with the ispconfig (latest version) I can see:

Code:

$affected_rows = $client->client_update($session_id, $c_id, $reseller_id, $client_record);
Four parameters not three parameters. Can you check it ?

till 1st December 2011 09:31

Yes, you are right. Please see API docs in the remoting_client/API-docs folder of the current ispconfig tar.gz for API Documentation of all functions:

client_update($session_id, $client_id, $reseller_id, $params);

If you dont have a reseller, then the reseller_id is 0.


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