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Old 3rd January 2009, 08:52
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Default Remote Framework Help?

I am trying to get a script going that will automate user account creation. Whenever I run the script I am getting errors back from soap.lib.php. Here is the first error that comes up.

Fatal error: Cannot redeclare timestamp_to_iso8601() (previously declared in /var/www/web10/web/webmail/soap.lib.php:435) in /var/www/web10/web/webmail/soap.lib.php on line 455

I am using the standard soap.lib.php that comes in the test files package and I have made sure that all instances of soapclient are changed to soap_client. I have a feeling that I may be double loading the script but I am not sure how. Also for clarity I am running ISPConfig 2.2.27 with remote framework 4.2.1 beta on a debian etch box. Please any help is very much appreciated and a quick thank you to all the awesome developers on these great products.

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Ace
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