Whmcs Module creation failed

Hello,

WHMCS MultiSite Provisioning is intalled in domain mapping mode and I untick the require domain in product definition, also 2 custom fields Domain and Title are created in this product. But whenever a customer order this product whmcs return this error "Module Create Failed - Service ID: 5608 - Error: test2013.net: Is not a valid domain name, alphanumeric and "-" only:". If I select the require domain field then there is no error message.

Thank you

  • Arnold

    If you look at the readme.txt you'll see:

    == If your Wordpress Install Offers Domain Mapping as well as subdomain/subdirectory installs ==
    Create a Product =
    1. Create a Product Group to Hold the new products
    2. In WHMCS admin go to Setup | Product/Services and Add New Product
    3. Create a Product and Set the Product Type to Hosting Account.
    4. Set the Product Group to the one created above.
    5. Give the Product a meaningful name
    6. On the Details Tab TICK Require domain Other fields as you prefer
    7. On the Modules Settings Tab Select whmcs_multisite as the Module name
    8. Select the Server Group defined above.
    9. Set a default blog title. This can be edited by the user in Wordpress after blog is created ("My New Blog").
    10. Set a default Blog Domain. If you're not using Custom fields(see below) this is the default domain name that will be used with numbers appended.
    11. UNTICK the two custom field names.
    12. Set the default role of the User that may be created for this product. Usually "administrator".
    13. Set the Web Space Quota or leave blank for Wordpress default value.
    14. Set the Radio buttons for when the product setup will occur.
    15. Do not create custom fields.
    16. If you want to offer subdomain/subdirectory installs as well as Domain Mapping =
    17. On the Other Tab fill in the Subdomains Option with your sites primary domain ('.mysite.com") Note the leading dot.
    18. Rest of the Product fields are Admin's choice.

    So you're using the wrong set of instructions

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