Expires date

Duane Schaub ( dschaub@terraworld.net )
Wed, 30 Apr 1997 17:35:49 -0500

Under closer scrutiny, I have found an irritating behavior. When creating
an account, you have the paid thru date, followed by (example) 7 days for
the expires date. I also put about 7 days in the extendsion field.

Now, Whenever an invoice is generated, it is based on the expires date.
When you pay the invoice, it adds one month to the expires, AND puts that
date in the paid thru date. I don't want that to happen. What I want is
for the customer to see the paidthru date as their expiration. The expires
date is basically the 7 day grace period that customers don't really see.
I want them to get the seven days grace, but I don't want them to know
about it... ie its not on the invoices.

Question: What the (*&* is the paidthru date for anyway? It appears to be
excess or mal-coded baggage!

I have brought this up several times, asking for clarification, but have
never seen a response. I believe that the paidthru and expires code needs
an additional application of grey matter to atleast make it functional.


PS.. I also need the login by port limit from the next radius.

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