BuycPanel Licensing Module Plugin for WHMCS
Posted by Logan F on 27 February 2015 06:04 PM
The BuycPanel License Provisioning Module Plugin for WHMCS allows our customers to manage their BuycPanel licenses from within their own WHMCS, and even offer our licenses directly to your customers! There are three files; two files are PDF documents which contains instructions for installation and use of the provisioning module and the optional addon module. The other file is a zip archive of the actual provisioning/addon modules.
Read the BuycPanel.com Provisioning Module – vx.x.PDF for installation instructions.
BuycPanel Provisioning Module Plugin for WHMCS Documentation
BuycPanel Licensing Module Plugin for WHMCS Installation Files
(Files attached to the bottom of this article)
Also, make certain to read our announements about the BuycPanel Licensing Module Plugin for WHMCS:
What’s New in Version 5.5
IMPORTANT: Both modules now require the username of a WHMCS admin with API access in order to function properly! The user does not require access to your WHMCS administrative area but it must have access to the API. If none is specified the module will attempt to use the ‘admin’ user. Please see the documentation for more details.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the difference between the Provisioning and Addon modules?
A: The provisioning module (modules/servers/buycpanel) allows for you to offer BuycPanel products as full-fledged WHMCS products, tying together module commands and giving your clients the ability to purchase BuycPanel products directly through your WHMCS instance.
The addon module (modules/addons/buycpanel) is optional, but contains some very useful tools for getting the most out of your provisioning module. It can also work as a standalone module if you wish to only offer BuycPanel products as WHMCS configurable options for your already existing products. For instance you could sell a VPS hosting package through WHMCS which has configurable options for cPanel VPS Monthly and Installatron VPS licenses that your clients can add on to their purchase.
Q: Why do I receive an error when attempting to synchronize a license or order a new license through the new provisioning module?
A: Please verify that you have correctly set your API credentials in the file /modules/servers/buycpanel/config.php as this is where the provisioning module fetches this information. Newer versions of the module (v5.2+) will also check for your addon module credentials in the event that the config.php file has not been set up properly.