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I still have the problem. Apache 2.4.25 x86 - PHP 7.1.3 x86 Port: 80   MySQL 5.7.17 x86 Port: 3306 WordPress 5.2.2 CiviCRM-5.16.2-wordpress On my database. Privileges are on GRANT in this asso_organization database. Mysql server: localhost Username Mysql = root Password = '' Database = asso_organisation When I press: check the prerequisites and install ...


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It looks like the mysql user you use doesn't have enough permissions on the database (or invalid database/password?) This page lists all the privileges that civicrm mysql account needs: https://docs.civicrm.org/sysadmin/en/latest/requirements/ GRANT SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, CREATE, DROP, INDEX, ALTER, CREATE TEMPORARY TABLES, ...


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Yes, there is no such field in contribution table that holds when a contribution record was actually created. However an activity is created when a contribution is recorded with status completed. If contribution is created with pending status and updated later after day or 2 then it is very difficult to track via Activity. I have an extension that uses ...


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If you have logging switched on you should be able to find this in the log tables. If you do not have logging switched on I do not think you can find this. You can check your logging at Adminster>System Setting>Misc (Undelete..........


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If I understand the question correctly, you want to edit the HTML. Mostly that is not a good approach. If you tell us more about what you want to achieve we can provide a different solution.


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I managed to solve this. I looked at what adding a contribution touches in the database. I ruled out differences in the settings table, but then when I looked at civicrm_currency I found that in this database, some characters were not present, even though the encoding would support them. so for instance the civicrm_currency record (6,'INR','₨','356','Indian ...


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