On the CiviCRM profiles you have the ability to set it update matching contact. I don't see this functionality with the Drupal webform CiviCRM Integration module. Is it there and I'm simply missing it? When I log in and fill out the form it simply creates a duplicate contact if that contact already exists. I would like to update the existing contact instead. Is this possible?
I still seem to be having an issue with duplicates being created. The unsupervised rule is set as such:
- First name: 6
- Last name: 3
- Email: 4
- Street address (First four characters): 1
- The total for a match is 10
I had a contact in CiviCRM 'Janice Anderson' who did not have an associated Drupal account. Janice created a Drupal account and then went to the form and filled out the information on the webfrom and when she submitted the form it created a duplicate CiviCRM contact instead of merging what she was filling out and the existing contact.
I then ran the dedup rule and it found the two (the old one and the newly created one) CiviCRM contacts and stated that the total was 13. So CiviCRM knew they were possible duplicates based on the rule but it still did not merge them at from submission.
This seems to only be happening if the user is currently in CiviCRM and there is not an associated Drupal account for that user. I just tested by creating a CiviCRM user (Jon Doe, email@example.com). I then created a Drupal account using that same email address and went to the webform and added the same first name, last name, and email address. CiviCRM created a duplicate contact. If I create the Drupal account first then use the webform it creates a CiviCRM contact. If I then go back to the webform while logged in and update information it updates the contact correctly without creating a duplicate.
Is this action to be expected or am I missing a setting somewhere?