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pasamsin
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Hello, how can we access API commands? Is there any way to access these commands? I have accessed some of them from the WHMCS module, but I need more. Database operations, letsencrypt SSL transactions, SSL transactions, Virtualdir transactions etc.

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Genadij
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InfinitM
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Pasamsin, Have a look at the thread, if you need some info i'd be happy to help. The only problem I'm still stuck on is the exchange org creation giving me an error after create.

But up to that point. All the functions worked.
If I can give you a tip. Have a look at the WHMCS module, And abuse the class to easily run the commands, Simply replacing the command and endpoint with the one's you need. Works like a bomb.

In the thread you'll see how I simplified it a bit for myself :).

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pasamsin
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I could not find the section where I can change the ASP.NET version on the API. esWebServers.asmx I looked here but couldn’t find it.

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Trevor Robinson
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Hello,

You should be able to set the ASP.NET version using UpdateWebSite just like how you can get it from GetWebSite.

I believe it doesn't show due to how the asmx file was created and website was nested inside of the API.

Regards,

Trevor

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