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I would like to create a Drupal user account when a user becomes a member via a webform. Ideally a user would get redirected from the webform to a profile, but I do not think this is possible?

I have come across this article, which was written over 5 years ago, is it still valid? https://civicrm.org/blog/petednz/creating-drupal-users-made-easy-for-single-or-multiple-contacts-via-civi-imports-and

It seems like it would work, but for ease would this workflow be suitable?

  1. User applies for account via a profile/Drupal core registration form (Payment pending group/role gets assigned)

  2. Edit some template files so the site checks for current role assigned to a user and displays a message informing they have finalise the membership process and pay if they have the Payment pending role.

  3. User is directed to a webform and pays.

  4. User is removed from Payment pending and Added as a full member

I'm sure both solutions would work. It would be great to hear from other people who have more experience with Civi.

Cheers

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You can use Drupal Rules to create the Drupal User for a contact when they get a Membership status of 'x'.

Here is one that KarinG has shared before Using CiviMember to automatically create a Drupal user

Thank you Karin

  • I have posted a detailed example of such on SE previously - perhaps a few months ago – KarinG - Semper IT Jun 27 '18 at 3:36
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  • Marvellous - wondering how we could better tag these for future searchers. – petednz - fuzion Jun 27 '18 at 20:10
  • Yeah I had troubles finding it myself :-) – KarinG - Semper IT Jun 27 '18 at 23:44
  • That was why i went for the Fuzion Treasure Trove approach of adding example code to a quick blog with taxonomy so easy to find ;-) But I don't think to add everything there that I explain on here. But better to have on here than in Chat where things really disappear without trace – petednz - fuzion Jun 28 '18 at 6:19
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This rule seems to work when a relationship is added. I have added an extra to to select the type of relationship, as there are multiple on the webform: enter image description here

  • Can you explain this a bit more - I don't follow how this is an Anwer to your own Question since the Q had no reference to Relationships, but only talked about Memberships. COuld you pls edit your question to make it clearer what you were trying to achieve - it will help others who come along in your wake – petednz - fuzion Jul 6 '18 at 1:56

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