- May 23, 2018 at 2:30 pm
Hey all. I’m wondering if someone can help me with an annoying bug I seem to have found with the CID Lookup.
We are using a server with several domains on it to host our CID database.
I’m trying to add this to the CID lookup module, but it doesn’t seem to like my settings.
Is this a bug or can’t it be done?
HOST: ourdomain.co.uk <– this is our full FQDN
Auth User: <htaccess username>
Auth Password: <htaccessPassword>
On clicking save we get the error: Hostname or IP address Invalid. – we actually need to use the FQDN as it’s a shared server with about 100 sites on it!0
- May 23, 2018 at 3:16 pm
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- May 23, 2018 at 8:41 pm
Posted by: Steve
- May 23, 2018 at 10:48 pm
Would you share your “Path: /phoneBook/cidLookup.php” I wanted to do this but don’t know how to write code.
Ours is coming from a database i designed, that gets information from various other CRM’s / Databases that our company run, which if you don’t know how to write code is going to make very little sense, but If you were storing them in say a single CSV file, i could knock something up for you tommorrow that can get the values from a CSV and output them based on the query.0
Posted by: mrivera
- May 23, 2018 at 10:52 pm
No Probs. Any workaround suggestions i can use (i’m a PHP/mySQL dev so pretty comfortable with code) in the meantime to get it working before release fix?
There’s not a workaround, however, we will to try to fix this issue ASAP.
Thanks. In the meantime i’ll try and see if the minihttp server you’ve included with the latest version can grab the information i need, and parse it back to the lookup module ;).. if i get that working i’ll let you know 🙂0
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