Jump to content

coreyman

Members
  • Content Count

    58
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    5

coreyman last won the day on March 16 2019

coreyman had the most liked content!

About coreyman

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Contact Methods

  • Wire
    N/A

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Have there been any changes to this in the latest version of Blesta?
  2. A year and a half later and I see this is still an issue and, it looks like the fix I found doesn't work in the latest version of blesta since we upgraded from 4.4.1 to 4.10 I've tried setting every port and security combination available. I know what ports work and are configured on our server, imap/993/ssl. This same combination works in any mail client I use. There are no errors in logs_blesta when it is configured with imap/993/ssl/blank box name. In fact I do not even see a login attempt in my mailserver logs.
  3. https://www.php.net/manual/en/jsonserializable.jsonserialize.php
  4. Yes we are working in nodejs. Thank you, The BitAccel Team
  5. Currently if you interact with the blesta API you have to send a plain text password to the API to become authorized - http://source-docs.blesta.com/class-Users.html Anyone able to eavesdrop on the conversation will learn the client’s secret. If the client is talking to the wrong server it reveals its secret to that potentially malicious server Are we solely relying on TLS to keep the communication secret?
  6. This said it was resolved but I created an order form and was wondering why /order wasn't working. Found this thread and fixed it by selecting the default order form.
  7. My only point was that all software has bugs since you wanted to point how how you found a bunch of bugs, no need to get an attitude with me or be snarky. I found and reported several bugs in the WHMCS API when I used it as well. If software's inherent nature was to be bug free there would be no reason for sub version releases that fix x or y.
  8. I've found bugs in the blesta importer with Paul's assistance pretty recently (was fixed promptly). Just because you found a few bugs doesn't mean they didn't already squash 200 of them before they launched the cms
  9. Oops. I got confused. Line items have descriptions not the invoices.
  10. We are going by http://source-docs.blesta.com/class-Invoices.html and have implemented getList to get a listing of all invoices and get to get a single invoice. Neither of these endpoints return the description of the invoice, how do we retrieve that data? Edit: getAll() does not return the description either.
  11. Make your own docker image? We did , but we are using it for development environments. Our production environment is a 'full blown vps'. I don't know why you would want to introduce the limitations of docker for your production billing system. If you want to save money that bad, maybe don't use AWS.
  12. Oh yeah I'm aware, I was just pointing him in the right direction
  13. I found this - So I tried accessing an endpoint via the attached image method in postman and it looks like we are on the right track. Looks like the arguments are as follows - "contact_info" => $contact_info, "amount" => $amount, "currency" => $currency, "invoice_amounts" => $invoice_amounts, "options" => $options, "gateway_id" => $gateway_id This method and docblock can be found in \components\gateway_payments\gateway_payments.php /** * Returns an array of HTML markup used to render capture and pay requests for non-merchant gateways * * @p
  14. This is just a guess, but if you look in \projectfolder\vendors\components\gateways\nonmerchant\paypal_payments_standard\paypal_payments_standard.php you will find PaypalPaymentsStandard extends NonmerchantGateway It looks like you are required to have a Blesta invoice to pay to use this gateway, so you will probably need to generate an invoice first. On line 232 there is buildProcess where I found this information. It looks like it's building the request to paypal. Maybe someone else can shed some more light.
  15. Ahh ok I didn't know cron was creating those files. I'll change this. Thank you!
×
×
  • Create New...