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I am trying to create the Entity in CiviCRM with my extension. But I am struck here. Unable to find the XML folder in my CiviCRM installation. After running the below command civix generate:entity MyEntity nothing to do in the installed CiviCRM

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I read the document and followed the steps. I strut in the below steps https://docs.civicrm.org/dev/en/master/extensions/civix/

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I read these questions also none of the solutions helped

How to automatically generate DAO classes for my DB tables

How do I add a new table to my extension?

Please let me know is there any alternative way to create entity while creating an extension

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It looks like like perhaps you are developing your extension within a normal CiviCRM installation instead of a development installation. If this is the case, you'll need to set up a development installation in order to get the xml folder (and other things too).

The best way to set up a development installation is to use the civibuild tool which you will get if you install buildkit.

  • Thanks for your answer; I already installed buildkit; Could you please explain how to get development installation using this – ManiMuthuPandi Jul 1 '17 at 16:52
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    @ManiMuthuPandi read about the civibuild command. You will need to do something like: civibuild create dmaster --url http://dmaster --type drupal-demo – Sean Jul 1 '17 at 17:01
  • I installed civibuild and created the DAO file; And successfully run civix generate:upgrader; But I could not see any active links in Extentions page; Am I missed anything – ManiMuthuPandi Jul 1 '17 at 19:14
  • @ManiMuthuPandi for help with further questions and troubleshooting it would be best to either (1) got to the developer chat room or (2) post a separate question here on StackExchange. I'd recommend that chat room for your right now, as it will allow for easier back-and-forth conversation. – Sean Jul 1 '17 at 19:44

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