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Old 3rd April 2009, 09:55
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HOUSTON 1: HOME WEBMASTER
Welcome to 5s7 Hosting, registration is complete please login and upload your website. Your account should be active immediately.

now works.
but makes nothing
not creating the user and website
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Old 22nd April 2009, 15:38
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5s7.com is not working for me.
Can anyone point me to an alternative location of the scripts there ?
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Old 2nd May 2009, 05:25
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Heya,

You'll have to make a few modifications to the 5s7 script.

I posted detailed instructions my cousin khayjake forwarded to me on these forums awhile back when I was having troubles.

Goes over every detail of how to get the 5s7 autosignup scripts working perfectly. Here I'll find the link for you.

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=27928

I've also got an updated version of the autosignup form that includes the extra form checkmarks & fields to add newer variables for additions to remoting framework created users/webs/domains etc...for ISPConfig stables newer releases.

The Link above is very detailed and has everything you'll need to get it working.

It tells you what variables in what files you have to edit or add as well as what permissions you have to change etc. etc....it's very straight forward.

This should take care of you....but dont hesitate to send me a PM if you need help buddy.

Hope this helps!

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Old 10th June 2009, 00:15
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Hello guy's

I have remote frame work up and running. I have modified the test and auto sign up files. I have things working so so. If an error occurs during the execution of a query submitted by the soap subsystem no error message is returned back to the client. This is common when lets say the script creates the client but no website. The part of the code that returns the kunde_id and the two other values i placed more detailed messages there to try to get a better grip on errors, but still won't get any of the server side errors.

Another thing that i was curious about was has anyone got paypal integration
put in the code yet ?

I have not been able to find any samples.

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Old 7th July 2009, 09:01
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bump,

just wanted to know if there is any paypal integration yet?

if so is there a new script?
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Old 17th July 2009, 13:51
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Default Joomla

I have made a Joomla Component for automated user registration using the remote framework.

It will check if the user is registered in joomla, and then the component allows registration, using the username and email used for the Joomla registration. It will automaticly create a Sub-Domain like USER.domain.tld.


If anybody needs this, i can upload the component for you.


Also i have a question to the remote framework.
Is it possible to add apache directives with the remote framework? When i try to add this with the remote framework in the domain registration process, it is just ignored. Everything else, like domain name and diskspace is inserted correctly.


It would be nice if somebody can help me with this.

Greets,

Sirphunk


PS: Is there a detailed list what can be added/changed with the remote framework?
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Old 18th July 2009, 02:45
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hey i wouldnt mind getting that code off ya, is it just joomla?
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Old 18th July 2009, 09:37
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It's just for Joomla, because the script is getting the username and email adress from the cms.

I will upload the script when i am at home.


[EDIT]
Here is the Joomla Component. I've tested it in my Joomla 1.5: http://www.live-site.de/index.php/do...download&cid=1

At the moment i am working on adding support for "web_httpd_include". For that to work i have to modify the Remoting Framework. When i am finished with it and it is working, i will release it here.

[EDIT 2]
I've added support to handel the web_httpd_include to the Remoting Framework. With this feature enabled it is possible to add Force Ads to newly registered users. For those who are paying, you can remove the httpd_include inside the Web (Apache directive) and the Ads are gone! Download the modified Framework here: http://www.live-site.de/index.php/do...download&cid=4

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Old 7th October 2009, 02:49
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I have a problemwith the script. When I create a user, there is no errors, but it create nothing. I have tested the test.php script from ispconfig andit display me

Script end ...

Only !!!

Any1 have an idea ???
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Old 26th June 2010, 02:47
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That is no joomla component. It's the regular signup files.

Joomla Components require an xml file & stuff.

Perhaps you can update the link if you really have written an ISPConfig-Remoting Package like Drupal developers have done.

Thanks, & let me know!

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Originally Posted by sirphunk View Post
It's just for Joomla, because the script is getting the username and email adress from the cms.

I will upload the script when i am at home.


[EDIT]
Here is the Joomla Component. I've tested it in my Joomla 1.5: http://www.live-site.de/index.php/do...download&cid=1

At the moment i am working on adding support for "web_httpd_include". For that to work i have to modify the Remoting Framework. When i am finished with it and it is working, i will release it here.

[EDIT 2]
I've added support to handel the web_httpd_include to the Remoting Framework. With this feature enabled it is possible to add Force Ads to newly registered users. For those who are paying, you can remove the httpd_include inside the Web (Apache directive) and the Ads are gone! Download the modified Framework here: http://www.live-site.de/index.php/do...download&cid=4
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