WHMCS Provisioning Pro Sites free level name

What should I put in a setting "ProSite Plan Name" to create a default free blog? It is not the same as in ProSites setings where is the option to change it. I allways get this Error: Invalid Pro Sites Level name in create_blog: Free:
"Free:" part changes to whatever is in a WHMCS Provisioning setting "ProSite Plan Name"

  • Tyler Postle

    Hey Vitaljik,

    Do you mind posting a screenshot of your product setup from WHMCS?

    Also, did you install the plugin directly from the WordPress dashboard? This could cause an error. Here is a possible solution that another user posted recently, similar problem was happening to him.

    Right, figured it out, I think.
    Installing the plugin from WP admin seems to have not unpacked properly.
    I downloaded the ZIP file locally and compared the contents. They were not the same. As soon I uploaded the correct files to WHMCS I had a Prosites field in the Module settings of the WHMCS product.

    Let us know if this helps! If not, post back and we'll continue to troubleshoot the issue :slight_smile:

    Thanks for being a member vitaljik!

    Cheers,
    Tyler

  • vitaljik

    Well, to make things more interesting, I have set a one time setup fee and that goes trough automatically. I have tried the first option as well before, and site is not created automatically :slight_frown:
    What is interesting, after order is paid but pending now. If I take this order to manage, default server selected is "none". If I select multisite server and click Accept order it goes trough and only then gives the mentioned error about nonexisting level. However, the site is created after this anyway.

    This is a first time (automatic creation intent) response:

    Array
    (
        [0] =>
        [1] => Array
            (
                [url] => HTTP://http://
                [content_type] =>
                [http_code] => 0
                [header_size] => 0
                [request_size] => 0
                [filetime] => -1
                [ssl_verify_result] => 0
                [redirect_count] => 0
                [total_time] => 0
                [namelookup_time] => 0
                [connect_time] => 0
                [pretransfer_time] => 0
                [size_upload] => 0
                [size_download] => 0
                [speed_download] => 0
                [speed_upload] => 0
                [download_content_length] => -1
                [upload_content_length] => -1
                [starttransfer_time] => 0
                [redirect_time] => 0
            )
    
        [2] => Connection Error: 6 - Couldn't resolve host 'http'
    )

    This is a second time (manual) response:

    Array
    (
        [0] => {"user_name":"supertes","install_type":"subdirectory","domain":"mydomain.es","path":"\/supertesto\/","login":"supertes","blog_id":47,"mapped_domain":"supertesto.mydomain.es","error":"Invalid Pro Sites Level name in create_blog: Basico"}
        [1] => Array
            (
                [url] => http://mydomain.es/
                [content_type] => text/html
                [http_code] => 200
                [header_size] => 811
                [request_size] => 926
                [filetime] => -1
                [ssl_verify_result] => 0
                [redirect_count] => 0
                [total_time] => 3.574572
                [namelookup_time] => 0.000382
                [connect_time] => 0.000793
                [pretransfer_time] => 0.001096
                [size_upload] => 683
                [size_download] => 228
                [speed_download] => 63
                [speed_upload] => 191
                [download_content_length] => -1
                [upload_content_length] => 683
                [starttransfer_time] => 3.467858
                [redirect_time] => 0
            )
    
        [2] =>
    )

    Ok, I found the difference between the Requests. First request for some reason is missing credentials. It must be like this (XXX´s my credentials) But in a request they are missing.

    Buser_login%5D=XXXXXX&whmcs%5Bcredentials%5D%5Buser_password%5D=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX&whmcs%5Bcredentials

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