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#95110 (In Topic #18935)

Fan in training

Hi guys,

I am really new to ocPortal - just found it 2 weeks ago and amazed with how much you can do here.
But sometimes it's just very hard to find what I want in the Admin Zone or even in different files or database tables.

My need here is to offer a life-long subscription.
I think 100 years would do.
Right now the default max length is 5 years.
I have been struggling for a few days and cannot find this parameter anywhere.

Thanks in advance.
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Please go ahead and list any little usability issues you find or need for additional documentation, and it can be considered for possible future development.

In this case, the 5 year maximum comes from PayPal's limits. A subscription really is a subscription, not a one-off purchase, and IIRC PayPal doesn't allow more than a 5 year one.

We could adjust ocPortal to allow usergroup subscriptions to be handled as one-off payments instead. I've added that to the tracker (0001017: Support for lifetime usergroup subscriptions - ocPortal feature tracker).

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Fan in training

Thank you!
Now I understand the difference between them!
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