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WHMCS 5.2.1 3 years 8 months ago #6367

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Is I3 compatible with the recent release of WHMCS 5.2.1?
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WHMCS 5.2.1 3 years 8 months ago #6368

I would not recommend it as I upgraded mine and it is not working. I opened a support ticket but have not heard anything in hours. Not sure what is going on but I would love to get an answer. I will have to roll everything back shortly if I do not get an answer.
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WHMCS 5.2.1 3 years 8 months ago #6369

Still no help still no answers.
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WHMCS 5.2.1 3 years 8 months ago #6370

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Rest assured we are working to bring I3, JWHMCS, Belong and the other products up to par with WHMCS 5.2

In the mean time, a quick solution for you is to do the following:

1) Locate the folders in WHMCS/modules/addons/integrator/templates/5.1
2) Rename the folder '5.1' to '5.2'

That should at the least get it wrapping - we still haven't had a chance to verify all the order form files and templates from 5.1 to be sure they are compatible, but this should get you wrapping for the moment.
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WHMCS 5.2.1 3 years 8 months ago #6371

Yes that put my site around the WHMCS control panel sort of but I am still getting this error.

Server error
The website encountered an error while retrieving www.regencyhost.com/clients/clientarea.php. It may be down for maintenance or configured incorrectly.
Here are some suggestions:
Reload this webpage later.
HTTP Error 500 (Internal Server Error): An unexpected condition was encountered while the server was attempting to fulfill the request.

My problem is that do I wait for you to fix the problem or do I just rollback? Are we talking days or hours?

I don't even know if this is a WHMCS problem or a Integrator problem.
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WHMCS 5.2.1 3 years 8 months ago #6372

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I have just completed testing the API calls to verify they haven't changed; I haven't yet completed the testing on the visual side.

I would advise rolling back until we can complete the testing and ensure we have a stable product out there. Otherwise, from what I saw of your site, you'll also need to modify the header.tpl file in the /modules/addons/integrator/templates/5.2/portal directory and change the 5.1 references to 5.2.

Not sure about the 500 error... it is using ssl on that page, so it may be related to ssl, etc but again, I haven't been able to test thoroughly yet.
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WHMCS 5.2.1 3 years 8 months ago #6373

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WHMCS 5.2.1 3 years 8 months ago #6376

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Hi Steve,

You've probably got this already but in case you don't, this is the error I'm getting on clientarea.php with 5.2.1.

Fatal error: Call to undefined method stdClass::register_outputfilter() in /home/verygrap/public_html/client/modules/addons/jwhmcs/classes/hook.php on line 408

Rolling back to 5.1.3. then up to 5.1.4. now...

Thanks for working on this for us all.
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WHMCS 5.2.1 3 years 8 months ago #6390

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Steven,

Can you check the ordering template "Slider". I have had to have your support edit the reset.css file in Joomla to get most of the sliders to show up. I am using the Yoo Theme template Sync.

- Aaron
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WHMCS 5.2.1 3 years 8 months ago #6397

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Hi Aaron,

I checked the slider template on a stock template from Joomla and with the reset.css from J!WHMCS it appears to be rendering properly. Be sure if you have any custom css changes that you apply them to the custom.css file contained in the /modules/addons/jwhmcs/templates/5.x/orderforms/slider folder so the changes aren't lost from update to update.
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