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Problems with cpapi2 listparkeddomains

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by JAB Creations, Dec 3, 2018.

  1. JAB Creations

    JAB Creations Member

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    I'm here because apparently cPanel 74 totally destroyed the automation of my business. So now, on a Monday on the second to last week of December before everyone disappears for a minimum of three weeks I'm fixing code instead of making phone calls. SO! Let's make this thread actually count for something please.

    My ultimate goal is to add a parked domain name. When I look at the documentation for parked domain names I see several API options available. The documentation is so completely chaotic I can barely follow a very few select topics beyond a second page!

    I attempted to use the WHM API but even though I authenticated with cURL (Guide to API Authentication - Username and Password Authentication - Developer Documentation - cPanel Documentation) I have ZERO frigin idea of which API it is and how to execute any sort of request!

    I attempted to research using the Webmail Session URL hours of searching never reveal how the heck I obtain a security token!!! The closest I got was on this page: Guide to API Authentication - API Tokens - Developer Documentation - cPanel Documentation however it just says, "$token = "MYAPITOKEN";" but NEVER talks about HOW to OBTAIN the token!!!

    I attempted a PHP request:
    $result = shell_exec('cpapi2 --user=root Park listparkeddomains');
    That just dumps all the commands.

    So I tried the command in PuTTY:

    [[email protected]:/root]$ cpapi2 --user=root Park listparkeddomains
    [2018-12-03 17:50:12 -0500] warn [Internal Warning while parsing unknown 23005] Use of uninitialized value $Cpanel::CPDATA{"DNS"} in hash element at /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/ line 298.
     at /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/ line 298.
            Cpanel::Park::api2_listparkeddomains("api.function", "listparkeddomains", "api.module", "Park") called at /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/Api2/ line 134
            eval {...} called at /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/Api2/ line 134
            Cpanel::Api2::Exec::api2_exec("Park", "listparkeddomains", HASH(0x2f51050), HASH(0x2f50df8)) called at line 1278
            cpanel::cpanel::docpanelaction(HASH(0x2f50eb8)) called at line 4227
            cpanel::cpanel::run_fast_json_mode() called at line 840
            cpanel::cpanel::script("cpanel::cpanel", "--json-fast-connect", "--stdin") called at line 271
      apiversion: 2
      data: []
        result: 1
      func: listparkeddomains
      module: Park
    [[email protected]:/root]$
    So even though I somehow found a working command - it's broken!!!

    I'm staring straight down the shotgun barrel of having my entire December completely obliterated here. All I need is to use PHP to list parked domains and add a new parked domain. That is IT! Literally my entire life hangs by this literal thread. Please HELP!
    #1 JAB Creations, Dec 3, 2018
    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 3, 2018
  2. cPanelLauren

    cPanelLauren Forums Analyst II Staff Member

    Nov 14, 2017
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    Hello @JAB Creations

    Did you see the UAPI function here? UAPI Functions - DomainInfo::list_domains - Developer Documentation - cPanel Documentation
    This will be taking the place of the cPapi2 function that you were using

    Also that function you're using isn't broken, it's being used incorrectly, you shouldn't be using the root user. The root user won't/shouldn't have parked domains. Used with a regular user I can confirm this works without issue.

    Is there something else that was not working properly as well?
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