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I'm looking for help on adjusting a priceset amount in a hook at the end of a membership signup. Until now under 4.7 for reasons of multi-level priceset complexity I've been adjusting priceset amounts via the hook_civicrm_validateForm by adjusting the values in the $form object. This has been working fine, but this is now longing working in 5.1.2. I realise that strictly speaking I shouldn't modify the $form in the validateForm hook. "The hook is intended for validation rather than altering form values." However I can't see anywhere else to change the amounts. I have two questions, i) Can anyone explain the difference in behaivour between 4.7 and 5.1.2? ii) is there a better place or method to adjust the priceset amount?

  • Did you ever try the buildAmount hook? – user4278 Jun 21 '18 at 7:27
  • Hi, if I'm not mistaken buildAmount is called even before buildForm. I need to adjust the priceset amount taking into account fields adjusted by the user in the form interface. So I need to intervine at the time of submitting the form. – Artiemart Jun 21 '18 at 7:58
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You can use Build Amount hook to alter the price. If you want to trigger the change on form submit than you can use $form->_flagSubmitted. This is set to true when form is submitted. You can also use buildform or post process hook. But validateForm is a bad option.

function xxx_civicrm_buildAmount($pageType, &$form, &$amount) {
  if (get_class($form) == 'CRM_Event_Form_Registration_Register' && $form->_flagSubmitted) { 
    foreach ($amount as $key =$value) {
      foreach ($value['options'] as $pid =$value) {
        $amount[$key]['options'][$pid]['amount'] = $value['amount'] - ($value['amount'] * 0.1);
      }
    }
  }
}

HTH

Pradeep

  • Hi Pradeep, Interesting, I've now got the code executing in buildAmount as you suggested with the _flagSubmitted = true. The $form is being updated but the changes still aren't being transferred to the database. Here's the $form record I'm trying to update which worked before. $form->_priceSet['fields'][$priceset_id]['options'][$pricefield_id]['amount'] = $amount; R – Artiemart Jun 21 '18 at 10:50
  • use $amount variable to update the price.(updated ans to add smaple code snippet) – Pradeep Nayak Jun 21 '18 at 11:13
  • Thanks I've put it into place... $amount is correctly updated, but the values still aren't going into the database... zero in civicrm_financial_item. – Artiemart Jun 21 '18 at 12:10
  • Can you provide code snippet? – Pradeep Nayak Jun 21 '18 at 12:13
  • <code> function hooks_civicrm_buildAmount( $pageType, &$form, &$amount ){ if($form->_flagSubmitted){ $priceset_fed = $form->_submitValues['priceset_fed']; $pricefield_fed = $form->_submitValues['pricefield_fed']; $priceset_club = $form->_submitValues['priceset_club']; $pricefield_club = $form->_submitValues['pricefield_club']; $amount[$priceset_fed]['options'][$pricefield_fed]['amount'] = $form->_submitValues['montant_quotepart_fed']; $amount[$priceset_club]['options'][$pricefield_club]['amount'] = $form->_submitValues['montant_quotepart_club']; } }</code> – Artiemart Jun 21 '18 at 12:27

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