Custom PHP settings that are applied to all plan subscriptions are defined by the php-settings node. This node is specified by complex type phpSettings (domain_template.xsd) . This type is structured as follows:

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  • The setting node is required. It specifies a certain PHP setting and its value.
    • The name node is required. It specifies a name of a certain PHP setting. Data type: string. You should use the same setting name that is used in the php.ini configuration file. For example, memory_limit, safe_mode, and so on.
    • The value node is required. It specifies a value of a certain PHP setting. Data type: string. You should use the same setting values that are used in the php.ini configuration file. For example, for memory_limit it can be 128M or on for the safe_mode parameter. If you want to set the default value to a PHP parameter, send the request with the blank value node.

The following sample packet creates a service plan and sets the memory_limit and safe_mode settings:

<packet>
<service-plan>
<add>
   <name>base_plan</name>
   <php-settings>
      <setting>
         <name>memory_limit</name>
         <value>128M</value>
      </setting>
      <setting>
         <name>safe_mode</name>
         <value>on</value>
      </setting>
   </php-settings>
</add>
</service-plan>
</packet>

Note: When creating request packets, put nodes and elements in the order they follow in the packet structure.