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API Shell and API version

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by robahas, Apr 29, 2019.

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  1. robahas

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    Greetings - I'm excited to have discovered the WHM API, but I'm a bit stuck.

    This video:explains how to use the API shell.



    As instructed, I activated the option in tweaks and here is what I get:

    * Logged in to a cPanel account as WHM admin, I do not have the API Shell link under Advanced.
    * I do have the API shell in WHM, but it only shows functions from API v1, which is deprecated (right?).
    * Also, I don't see a description anywhere of the difference between API v2 and UAPI, and I would like to understand this.

    Any pointers will be appreciated! Thanks.
     
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    Hello @robahas,

    1. Enable "cPanel & WHM API shell (for developers)" under the System tab in WHM >> Tweak Settings.

    Once you do this, you can access WHM >> API Shell when logged in as the root user to Web Host Manager.

    Only WHM API version 1 (this is not the same thing as the deprecated cPanel API 1 functionality) is available through this interface. You can see an explanation of each API version on the document below:

    Quickstart Development Guide - Developer Documentation - cPanel Documentation

    2. Enable the "API Shell (for developers)" cPanel feature in WHM >> Feature Manager >> Edit Feature List for any feature list on your server that you want to enable this feature on.

    Once you do this, you can access cPanel >> API Shell when logged in to cPanel as the reseller username as long as the reseller username is assigned a feature list with the "API Shell (for developers)" cPanel feature enabled.

    Let me know if this information helps.

    Thank you.
     
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