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Old 20th February 2012, 22:03
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Default Generic Template for clients - resellers

Client templates must be generic for both type of client: common and reseller

The only difference between them is that reseller has client > 0 so, if a template has client=0, it should be visible only to be applied to common clients, and if it is client > 0, it should be visible only to be applied to resellers.

Is it possible to implement this? I think that not a lot of changes are needed to implement this.

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Old 21st February 2012, 11:37
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Currently there are no templates implemented for resellers at all, so you can not apply a template to a reseller in ispconfig

It is planned to implement templtaes for resellers as well in future.
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