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You can access pretty much all entities (both read and write) in civi via the api (rest api) as soon as you have set up the keys they are some thin wrappers around these api calls (for php, nodejs and I think python) It is completely possible to have a UI on a different server that interact to civi in the background through that API. However, most of the ...


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CiviCRM does support REST API - where you can get/create information in Database using REST API To access civicrm API: In the menu click support -> Developer -> Api Explorer v3 https://dmaster.demo.civicrm.org/civicrm/api#explorer Example: https://dmaster.demo.civicrm.org/sites/all/modules/civicrm/extern/rest.php?entity=Contact&action=create&...


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Although I have no experience with PayPal I would expect that the payment processor makes sure the payment details get passed on, AFAIK there is no API for credit card details nor is it required! Perhaps this might give you some clues: https://docs.civicrm.org/dev/en/latest/extensions/payment-processors/


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So, for posterity's sake, I wanted to share the answer I figured out. When I looked at the Source view of the email in CiviCRM, I realized that the code had pasted as <p>id:&nbsp;{contact.contact_id}</p> <p>smarty id: {$contact_id}</p> <p>{crmAPI var=&#39;result&#39; entity=&#39;Contact&#39; action=&#...


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