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If this is on Drupal, you could generate a View that displays links to the webform and form the link with each event's event id in the URL. Add a new view of CiviCRM Events. This will add the event id field. Under settings for that field, check Exclude from Display and make sure for Thousands Marker you change it from comma to none. Add the start date ...


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Two reasons I can think of: what happens if you upload twice a file with the same name for different contacts? the hash allow to avoid overwriting probably increase a bit the protection and privacy too, eg. by guessing and trying to download warren_buffet.jpg or bill_gates.jpg, we could know if you have some wealthy donors in your db This being said, it's ...


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This is quite complicated, but as @pkeogan explains above, it all comes down to your profile using a custom field. To see custom fields that are restricted to specific contribution types, go to Administer > Customize Data and Screens > Custom Data. Then you can see the allowed types for each fieldset in the Type column. You need to locate the one that your ...


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Have you confirmed that your notes field is searchable? If it is, then the next step would be to check whether there are any ACLs working on that particular custom data set that might be restricting access. Hope this helps, Lesley


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I believe you have to add: ?page=CiviCRM&q=civicrm/simple/#/donation to the end of your URL. That was how I got it to work for me, although I am using Wordpress.


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If the error still displays, then you most likely have an issue with a custom field in your profile. I think you have a profile containing a custom field that has a restriction on the type of contribution type and that the contribution page uses a different contribution type.


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I know this is a late answer, but I believe the blog post announcing the beta 2 release acknowledged this error. At that stage, the standalone volunteer project functionality was prioritized over the event integration. The bugs introduced in the volunteer/event integration were addressed before the final 2.0 release, and these features are working together ...


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On Jira at issues.civicrm.org, you can get the specific version that issues have as "fix for": https://issues.civicrm.org/jira/issues/?jql=project = CRM AND fixVersion = 4.6.10 (Yes, those are spaces in the URL--your browser will replace them with "%20" for you.) Just replace "4.6.10" in the URL with the version number you're interested in, or just use the ...


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Go to the 'Jira' - the issue tracking platform used by the CiviCRM project - at https://issues.civicrm.org/jira/browse/CRM/?selectedTab=com.atlassian.jira.jira-projects-plugin:changelog-panel


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@BruceW I have created an issue and included a patch. look at here. Hopefully this resolve it. https://issues.civicrm.org/jira/browse/CRM-17725 Regards Kajan


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You need to give menu link like below. For test page - /civicrm/simple?test=1#/donation For live page - /civicrm/simple/#/donation


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It looks like some files might be missing in your install. How did you install civicrm plugin? Packages folder is at /srv/www/wordpress-default/wp-content/plugins/civicrm/civicrm/ Can you check if /srv/www/wordpress-default/wp-content/plugins/civicrm/civicrm/templates/CRM/common/stateCountry.tpl file exists?


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The error you are hitting is: 126 Incorrect key file for table '/tmp/#sql_7ae3_0.MYI'; try to repair it A google search suggests you don't have enough space in /tmp for it to fully create the temp table.


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