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Old 14th October 2010, 07:27
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Hello,

Has anyone sucessfully integrated ISPConfig 3 and WHMCS? I have seen lots of chatter but no headway?

I heard that ISPConfig 2.0 had no real API support...

Does ISPConfig 3 have good API support?
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Old 14th October 2010, 10:20
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ISPConfig 2 and 3 have both full api support.

We had contact with whmcs about supporting ispconfig but they dont seem to be interested. So we decided to build a billing system for ispconfig to not depend on whmcs for the future. The ispconfig billing addon will be released in a few weeks.
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Old 14th October 2010, 15:00
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Sometimes you can have an answer like:

"sorry but the api of ispconfig is incomplete for create a good module for this billing system"

The API of ispconfig in the svn is more complete and with the future billing addon i think it will be perfect.

@Till: The billing can be integrated with a website for purchase?
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Old 14th October 2010, 16:19
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"sorry but the api of ispconfig is incomplete for create a good module for this billing system"
If one of these poeple would have contacted us or reported to the bugtracker or dev forum that they miss a specific function to implement billing, then we would have implemented that. But nobody contacted us.

I know of a company that implemented a billing solution for their internal use with the ispconfig 2 api successfully a few years ago, so the api must have been ok for that for years.

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@Till: The billing can be integrated with a website for purchase?
The billing module is connected to the other components of ispconfig by events. So if you use the ispconfig API from within your website to e.g. create a client with the client template a, then this will also create the billing record that is connected to that client template. Additionally, there will be a billing api to create these billing items by api calls as well.
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Old 14th October 2010, 19:35
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As a WHMCS customer we need this...

I'll see if I can push it on their end.

Will be looking out for your new billing addon.
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Please! it would be great to have a billing module.
I'll wait for it
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