So the error occurs when CiviCRM is doing it's implementation of the Luhn algorithm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luhn_algorithm
Fix: I cleared both the site cache and the browser cache and now it works.
The weird [object Object] title that you can see in the ...
It looks like one of the amazing maintenance team have already provided a patch for this so it should be in the next release
Don't you just love the CiviCRM Community - this is all being done by volunteers - you can support the community in a number of ways via https://civicrm.org/support-us (not ...
You could consider using the Transaction Mail extension as this creates an Activity for all such outgoing mail
since receipts are presumably going out because you have selected a civi Contribution page that has Receipting turned on why not BCC yourself on that
In the absence of clear error information, I went into trial and error mode.
I disabled each mapping in turn. In the end, I found it was the attempt to import "contribution status" that triggered the failure. It is likely that the contents didn't match required values in the database. Though, in this case, the error message seemed to have nothing to do ...
On your referenced page, it'...
There is technically no limit in the soft credit : it's only a limitation in the public form.
If it's a rare case i would propose to simply add the missing soft credit using the API explorer :
go to menu Support -> Developer -> API Explorer v3 (or v4 but my screenshot is in v3)
choose entity ContributionSoft, Action create and set value for Contribution, ...
This is how we solved this problem for a client that has teachers as their constituents who all belong to a School Board/District. We're using the autocomplete functionality that webform_civicrm module provides to force teachers to select rather than to type. You can only imagine how many ways one could type "Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School ...