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Old 12th February 2013, 16:21
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Default No billing in remote function list

Hi all,

I want integrate ispconfig with my page by remote api. But I don't know why if I list available functions by function get_function_list - I don't see any of billing function. Billing module work properly since 2 years and remote user has checked Billing functions.

Where I should search error?

Another question - not really important: when I can change default VAT value? At this moment any new
article have 19% VAT. Is this in database stored or I must search and replace in billing files?

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