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Is there a variable that one can use in smarty in a message template to simply determine if a contact has an active membership?

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Don't think you have a direct variable to use in the template. Worth trying an extension to provide this? It can be done by simply writing something like below in your hook.

function yourextension_civicrm_postProcess($formName, &$form) {
  if ($formName == "your_form") {

    //Check if user has an active membership of type "General".
    $activeMembership = civicrm_api3('Membership', 'getcount', array(
      'contact_id' => <contact_id in $form>,
      'active_only' => 1,
      'membership_type_id' => "General",
    ));

    //Assign a new variable to the template.
    $form->assign('activeMembership', $activeMembership);
  }
}

You can now use this variable as {$activeMembership} in the template to check if user has a membership of the req type.

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You can use CiviCRM api through smarty to retrieve if membership is active for a contact. You can achieve this by

  1. Turn on CIVICRM_MAIL_SMARTY (set to TRUE or 1) in civicrm.settings.php
  2. add below api snippet in your message template

($result will hold result of api call)

{capture assign=contactId}{contact.contact_id}{/capture}
{crmAPI var='result' entity='Membership' action='getcount' sequential=0 contact_id=$contactId membership_type_id="General" active_only=1}
{if $result gt 0} 
  'active membership'
{else}
  'not active'
{/if}

HTH

Pradeep

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