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Old 7th December 2011, 11:45
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Hi there,

I wanted to make a simple script to inactivate some domains, I just changed active from y, to n in the database. It shows up as inactive in the control panel but I can still use the domain. What more do I need to do to inactivate a domain?

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You can not change values in the database directly as your changes are invalid transactions for the system and will get ignored. Use the remote api instead.
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