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Old 11th July 2011, 10:15
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What a great addon. This really is very cool. I can at last get my accounts in order.

Just two small questions...

The first; may be a little obvious, but in the manual it says about doing an upgrade step. I assume you only have to do this step when you have a module upgrade?

The second; When I send an invoice, either manually or by make invoices, they do send but don't seem to get marked as sent but do appear as printed even though I haven't printed them. Am I using the module wrong?
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Old 16th July 2011, 09:36
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The first; may be a little obvious, but in the manual it says about doing an upgrade step. I assume you only have to do this step when you have a module upgrade?
Yes. As the current version is the first released version, it does not contain the update script yet. The next release will have a update.php script to update the billing module.

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The second; When I send an invoice, either manually or by make invoices, they do send but don't seem to get marked as sent but do appear as printed even though I haven't printed them. Am I using the module wrong?
Printed basically means that the pdf has been created and stored on the harddisk. This happens automatically when you press the finalize button or when the invoice is send.
The invoices should get marked as send when they were send, I will check that.
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Old 23rd July 2011, 17:27
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Yes. As the current version is the first released version, it does not contain the update script yet. The next release will have a update.php script to update the billing module.



Printed basically means that the pdf has been created and stored on the harddisk. This happens automatically when you press the finalize button or when the invoice is send.
The invoices should get marked as send when they were send, I will check that.
Till,

How did you get on with that? Is it doing the same for you?

BTW, I can't thank you enough for this extention - worth every penny.

David
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Old 25th July 2011, 13:35
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How did you get on with that? Is it doing the same for you?
Yes, I was able to reproduce that and have fixed it already in our internal SVN. If you like to get the patched file before we release the first bugfix version, please send me a email.

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BTW, I can't thank you enough for this extention - worth every penny.
Thanks! Glad to hear that you like the addon.
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are future upgrades already included in the price? especially new version numbers.
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Old 5th September 2011, 21:59
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All updates that were released within one year after the purchase of the billing module are included.
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Wow that looks awesome! Thanks for your hard work. ;-)
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i am really impressed, thank you!
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Am I allowed to modify the module? I have a go daddy API to resell Domain names and this needs to be included.

I just want to make sure that I am legally able to modify your script for my purposes.
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The ISPConfig 3 Billing Module is subject to the following license :
The licensee has the right to use the Software on a single ISPConfig 3 control panel server. In a multiserver ISPConfig 3 installation, a license for the “master” server is needed, the slave servers do not require their own licenses. The ISPConfig 3 Billing Module is delivered in source code. Modifications of the source code for your own use are permitted. The source code of the Billing Module must not be disclosed to third parties or published. The useful life is not limited in time. The licensee is entitled to install the Billing Module on a second server for testing purposes, as long as this server is not used actively for billing purposes. For questions about the license, you should contact info@ispconfig.org
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