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Steps to reproduce

On the CiviCRM 4.7 / Drupal 7 demo site (demo.civihosting.com):

  1. Go to "Administer -> System Settings -> Mapping and Geocoding"
  2. Set "Mapping Provider" and "Geocoding Provider" to "Google"
  3. Go to "Create New -> Individual"
  4. Set "First Name" and "Last Name" to "Test"
  5. Open "Address"
  6. Set "Country" to "Italy"
  7. Click "Save"

Expected behavior

A new contact should be created, and I should see the summary page for it.

Actual behavior

I see an error page, reading:

Sorry but we are not able to provide this at the moment.
Return to home page.

Fatal error: Uncaught CRM_Core_Exception: [0: Transaction integrity error: Expected to find active frame thrown in /home/galleryr/www/demo/sites/all/modules/civicrm/Civi/Core/Transaction/Manager.php on line 107

Analysis

After reading the logs in ConfigAndLog, I found the problem had to do with the empty state/province field. I tracked it down to lines 1060 to 1068 ofCRM/Core/DAO.php:

1060 if ( 1061 empty($searchValue) || 1062 trim(strtolower($searchValue)) == 'null' 1063 ) { 1064 // adding this year since developers forget to check for an id 1065 // or for the 'null' (which is a bad DAO kludge) 1066 // and hence we get the first value in the db 1067 CRM_Core_Error::fatal(); 1068 }

Simply deleting these lines seems to resolve the issue. From the comment about "we get the first value in the db", I expected the newly created contact to have an address with state/province id 1, but actually it worked as it should: I gave no state/province, and no state/province is what came out.

Hope that helps. Cheers!

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Similar to the above seems to be fixed recently. Can you please try https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/pull/10192 and check if that fixes for you?

Note: The PR is merged in 4.7.20, so it should work without error on this version.

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  • Yes, that fixes it for me. Thanks @jitendrapurohit! – Spencer Campbell May 10 '17 at 9:12

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