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Do you have any extensions enabled? I once ran into this Error message and my notes say that disabling certain/specific extensions that this client had installed fixed it.

If not extensions - look for Custom php code overrides.

I also recommend you look to upgrade your 4.6.x - if you get payments for Events working - you're a couple of security upgrades behind;behind.

As a slight side note: the "transaction integrity error" means it's a database problem, as does the "DB: syntax error". If you look in your civicrm log (e.g. using this extension: https://civicrm.org/extensions/civicrm-log-viewer) the you should be able to see the specific sql that caused the problem and it might help narrow down where to fix things.

Also, your backtrace suggests it was something reacting to the setting of the employer-employee relationship, likely related to the permissioning that goes along with that.

Do you have any extensions enabled? I once ran into this Error message and my notes say that disabling certain/specific extensions that this client had installed fixed it.

If not extensions - look for Custom php code overrides.

I also recommend you look to upgrade your 4.6.x - if you get payments for Events working - you're a couple of security upgrades behind;

Do you have any extensions enabled? I once ran into this Error message and my notes say that disabling certain/specific extensions that this client had installed fixed it.

If not extensions - look for Custom php code overrides.

I also recommend you look to upgrade your 4.6.x - if you get payments for Events working - you're a couple of security upgrades behind.

As a slight side note: the "transaction integrity error" means it's a database problem, as does the "DB: syntax error". If you look in your civicrm log (e.g. using this extension: https://civicrm.org/extensions/civicrm-log-viewer) the you should be able to see the specific sql that caused the problem and it might help narrow down where to fix things.

Also, your backtrace suggests it was something reacting to the setting of the employer-employee relationship, likely related to the permissioning that goes along with that.

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Do you have any extensions enabled? I once ran into this Error message and my notes say that disabling certain/specific extensions that this client had installed fixed it.

If not extensions - look for Custom php code overrides.

I also recommend you look to upgrade your 4.6.x - if you get payments for Events working - you're a couple of security upgrades behind;