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Old 5th October 2012, 07:59
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Till, again today I hit a bump ..
Now my AWBS module is ready and can create clients, domains and email domains all as 1 client known by the billing module.

What I now need is a user to click a singe button on the billing interface like "Control Panel" then there he would be automatically logged into ISPConfig.

I have the logins stored with my billing APP so I can easily add them as hidden fields. I have also searched the forums with no success ..

If its not possible, then do you mind giving me the name of the logged in user SESSION and or what other sessions must be created on successfull user login I could create a script that validates directly with the db if the form redirect fails ..
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