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Questions about custom fields in CiviCRM.

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Take a look at this answer. Another possibility is that your web server has a rewrite that adds the www. Another possibility is that there's an .htaccess file in your CMS's path that's adding a rewr …
answered Feb 24 '16 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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Congratulations on your very long-lived CiviCRM installation! You're seeing a problem that very few will. civicrm_custom_value is a table that hasn't existed in CiviCRM since around version 2.0. If …
answered Nov 8 '16 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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I took a look into this today because I thought this would be an easy fix. It's not really. What IS easy is to get the Receive Date to respect the Date Format settings like you describe. If you kno …
answered Oct 4 '19 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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There's an extension that provides this functionality called "CiviCRM Region Lookup". It says it only works through CiviCRM 4.4; I'm not sure if anyone's tested it with a newer version, it might just …
answered Feb 27 '16 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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This requires you write an extension. I've written similar extensions to show the "original join date" on a contact summary screen. If you haven't written PHP, you will probably want to hire someone …
answered Aug 30 '16 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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Pete's idea is a pretty good one. If you have access to a coder, you could also make an "Award" entity - but that's a LOT more work.
answered Jul 25 '16 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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To answer the second part of your question - you CAN create the custom fields by a CSV file by using either the command-line API CSV import tools or the API CSV GUI Import extension. However, custom …
answered Dec 13 '15 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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This is an argument in favor of using a tool like Webform-CiviCRM integration (on Drupal) or Caldera Form CiviCRM integration (on WordPress). The CMS-based form builder has additional layout flexibil …
answered Sep 14 '18 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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Moe's answer is technically workable - but oof ouch my performance! Instead, something like this: function getElementNameFromFieldName($fieldName, $elementIndex) { // This function could be furt …
answered Oct 24 '19 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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I had this need today, and wrote a general version of the extension @ñull wrote above. This lets anyone take advantage of this feature without knowing how to code: https://lab.civicrm.org/extensions/ …
answered Dec 11 '19 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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In this particular use case, you may also want to consider modifying the County Lookup extension to pull in some levels of detail with Google Maps data.
answered Aug 12 '16 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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You can use tags, as Pete suggested. However, CiviCRM does NOT have the built-in concept that some CRMs (notably Salesforce) that indicates "don't show this contact in search results by default". I …
answered Oct 17 '16 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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Yes, using Advanced Search (Search menu » Advanced Search). Set up the search the same way you would in order to find the children. Additionally, set the "Display Results As" at the top to "Related …
answered Jul 16 '17 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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You haven't specified which membership report you're referring to, so it's difficult to say for certain. However, the general approach should be: Create a PHP override. There are many ways to do t …
answered May 2 '15 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech
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This is almost certainly a bug, but unlikely to be fixed in v3. As Aidan mentioned - there are non-standard APIs in v3, and the Participant API is one of them, along with Contact and EntityTag.
answered Feb 5 '19 by Jon G - Megaphone Tech

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