WHMCS has made the decision to force users to update to php 5.6 in order to receive updates in the future. While good, there are indeed WHMCS mail problems in php 5.6. To be fair, the problems aren’t WHMCS problems directly, but they COULD be avoided by not forcing users to update to a version
Just a quick shout out, and thank you to all of those reading this. In order to better serve, what would you like to see here? What tips, tricks, tutorials would you like to see here? Leave a quick comment below and I’ll see what I can do to help you with those. As always,
So, we’ve covered the basics. We’ve covered the parts of the schema and some of the day to day queries. Now, let’s take a look at some more day to day queries, operations you’ll likely want to run on a daily basis. Deletes, >s, grabbing the number of rows, even some other small laravel magic.
So, we’ve covered the basics. We’ve covered the parts of the schema. Now, it’s time to go through the database itself, the queries that you’ll likely use on a day to day basis. We’ll continue working on our ‘mynewaddon’ addon. This won’t really show much, but at the end of the tips and tricks guide,
If you’re following along, I covered the database basics yesterday. So, today, for today’s WHMCS Database tips and tricks entry, we’ll take a look at the database schema when working with WHMCS. This is a slight bit more complicated. If you didn’t go through the schema link from yesterday, I strongly encourage you to do so
I’ve been involved with php and MySQL based programming for quite some time. Starting with mysql_xx (now deprecated), I moved to mysqli-> due to the familiarity of things. This was a great choice, but when it came time to get serious about WHMCS development, well, it was time to learn (again). Hopefully this series will