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The resource chooser allows your clients to order custom configurations of virtual servers. The resource chooser allows memory, disk space, bandwidth, cpu cores and extra ip addresses to be defined within set of configurable options for the client to choose on order.

Don't change the title of the Resource chooser.

For example, to set up a Resource Chooser:

  1. Create a new configurable option group like at the image below:

2. Add a new configurable option to the new group. The default name for the memory configurable option is 'Memory', however this can be changed to a custom name using the correct hash variable.

3. Select Option Type Dropdown.

4. In field Options define your variables with a friendly name and the amount of memory in 'MEGABYTES'. The format is MEGABYTES|DESCRIPTION HERE

Example:

 

The default name for the disk space configurable option is 'Disk Space', however this can be changed to a custom name using the correct hash variable.

5. Select Option Type Dropdown.

In Field Options define your variables with a friendly name and the amount of disk space in 'GIGABYTES'. The format is GIGABYTES|DESCRIPTION HERE

Example:

6. The default name for the memory configurable option is 'Memory, however this can be changed to a custom name using the correct hash variable.

Select Option Type Dropdown

In field Options define your variables with a friendly name and the amount of memory in 'MEGABYTES'. The format is RAM:SWAP|DESCRIPTION HERE (For OpenVZ, GUARANTEED RAM:BURSATBLE RAM|DESCRIPTION HERE)

E.g) 1024:2048|1GB RAM, 2GB SWAP

The default name for the bandwidth configurable option is 'Bandwidth', however this can be changed to a custom name using the correct hash variable.

7. Select Option Type Dropdown.

8. In field Options define your variables with a friendly name and the amount of bandwidth in 'GIGABYTES'. The format is GIGABYTES|DESCRIPTION HERE

Example:

The default name for the cpu configurable option is 'CPU', however this can be changed to a custom name using the correct hash variable.

9. Select Option Type Dropdown.

10. In field Options define your variables with a friendly name and the amount of cpu cores in 'CORES'. The format is CORES|DESCRIPTION HERE

Example:

The default name for the extra ip address configurable option is 'Extra IP Address', however this can be changed to a custom name using the correct hash variable.

11. Select Option Type Dropdown.

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. In field Options define your variables with a friendly name and the amount of extra ips in 'AMOUNT'. The format is AMOUNT|DESCRIPTION HERE

Example:

13. Once you have configured the options, the product order form will look like the screenshot below:

The default name for the

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