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When participants register to an Event, they can choose the "pay later" option.

Then, they send a check to the Event manager.

How can he record this payment ?

For security reasons, I am not very fond of letting him use the standard UI ; is it possible to do this via a webform just containing :

  • Contact1,
  • Event,
  • Amount,
  • Check number,
  • Date

... or an alternative to webform (e.g. Profile ?) ?

I am in Civi 4.7.16 / Drupal 7.54

  • It may be best to have a go at such a webform and confirm yourself. But you may get lucky and find someone who has done exact same. I haven't seen mention of it though. Good luck. – petednz - fuzion Mar 28 '17 at 19:36
  • Thank you Pete for your quick answer; I am not sure I understand clearly what you mean : I don't know how to make such a webform (containing check payment info) – Jacques-Marie Moranne Mar 31 '17 at 7:09
  • when you said 'webform' i assumed you meant a webform_civicrm type form. now i am not so sure. have you tried to set up a webform, configure it for using civicrm, set up Event tab, and a contribution page set on the contribution tab? if this is your first go at making a webform_civicrm then better you start on the webform_civicrm documentation. I may be able to fire you a screenshot if it helps – petednz - fuzion Apr 1 '17 at 4:56
  • Thank you again Pete for your quick answer. But I do all this (I mean and am used to Webform_civicrm, which I use a lot and am very fond of). But the Contribution Page only proposes "Pay later" or "Pay now on line", but not "record payment by check" (I would love it). – Jacques-Marie Moranne Apr 2 '17 at 8:07
  • sounds like it would require some development of the webform_civicrm module then to allow this. sorry I hadn't looked at civicrm/contribution tab on webform for a while. best to ask on drupal.org/project/webform_civicrm but no idea if it will get done without contribution of code/funds. – petednz - fuzion Apr 2 '17 at 19:28

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