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This is the same issue listed here but my understanding of the issue has changed enough that it really isn't the same question anymore. (If any mods disagree I'm happy to take guidance on this point.) I am using the CiviCRM Webform Integration module in Drupal 7 to have users register both themselves and their children for events. Currently, they are not able to see their children even though their relationships are permissioned in CiviCRM. I believe the issue is that my ACL permissioned relationships are broken.

I'm using CivCRM 4.6.18, Related Permissions 1.1, Drupal 7.43, Webform 7.x-4.12, and Webform Civicrm Integration 7.x-4.15+27-dev

Any clues appreciated, even if you don't' have a complete answer!

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    Naomi - the users are 'logged in' or are they using a checksum? – petednz - fuzion Sep 15 '16 at 7:44
  • Pete - They are logged in, and have the Drupal permission to view their own civi contact info. This functionality has worked before, I think it not working is part of having upgraded Civi a month or so ago, but since we weren't using it as heavily before it wasn't noticed. – naomisl Sep 15 '16 at 16:25
  • Also, Admins can see the form working perfectly. – naomisl Sep 15 '16 at 16:25
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Did you follow the recipe at: https://civicrm.org/blog/sarahgladstone/recipe-for-handling-youth-registration-with-civicrm

Make sure you have both extensions:

Entity Settings Helper Extension (nz.co.fuzion.entitysetting) version 1.2

Related Permissions Extension (nz.co.fuzion.relatedpermissions) version 1.2

  • Looks promising, I'll give it a shot, thanks! – naomisl Sep 15 '16 at 16:32

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