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XML API for creating new hosting account

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by patcarbo007, May 13, 2010.

  1. patcarbo007

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    Hi,

    My name is Patrick, I worked as a system admin. for a web hosting company. We uses (ModernBill) billing hosted apps for all our customers administrative task ect..additionally this is where we executed some APIs which interacts with
    other syst. user hosted panels.

    Recently, we just bought and run a new Apache Unix Server with CPANEL-WHM on it. I would appreciate if someone could helm me to find some detailed information concerning: How to create XML API in order to creates automatically new hosted customer account on our Apache Unix CPANEL-WHM from our API (ModernBill)

    Thanks for your collaboration

    Patrick
     
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    XML API With Asp.net

    Hello Sir,

    Need example For Create Account With XML API with Asp.net
     
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