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Create a group that DOES match the criteria. Go to Search - Custom Search - Include/Exclude search. Search for contacts excluding your group from (1).


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Based on feedback from Skvare's Mark Hanna on chat.civicrm.org you need to rewrite the field output, using the _value version and add |raw in the twig. For the event description field, this looks like: {{ description__value__value|raw }}.


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Try below code <div crm-ui-field="{name: 'myForm.location_province', title: ts('Province')}"> <input name="myForm.location_province" crm-ui-id="myForm.location_province" crm-entityref="{entity: 'state_province', api: {params: {country_id: 1039, is_active: 1, options:{sort:\'name\'}}}, select: {...


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Here's a working example of "My Activities" Olly: you should just be able to change Assignee to Source for your use case (in Configure Relationship Contact) Code: git repo -> last commit -> commit bb1f503bd67d1537a16b28022a4f2444883ef231 Author: Rob Ellis <> Date: Sun Oct 11 23:21:17 2020 +0000 Changed views contact subtype ...


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If you have an up-to-date version of CiviCRM you may want to check out Search Kit which is a new development that provides very powerful searching capabilities through the user interface. There is some limited documentation in the User Guide but note that this is still evolving.


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you can also use the search builder


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With CiviCRM Entity, there is a Drupal form for editing activities /civicrm-activity/[activity-id]/edit Unfortunately the form does not limit to only those custom fields that are appropriate for the activity type. In the past, we had done hook_form_alter() implementation in custom module to hide custom fields depending on activity type. This feature to only ...


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Assuming you used the Price Set Entity field to get the registration form. The confirmation email was never fleshed out totally. There are also 2 Rules Events you can react to: "Event Registration" and "Successful CC Transaction" Which then you could use Drupal's stock "Send email" action ... We do have a Rules action, "...


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We wrote and used this a few years back but haven't had cause to try it recently - not sure if it offers what you want https://github.com/fuzionnz/civicrm_views_smartgroup


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You can join to any CiviCRM table with the Views CiviCRM Expose Tables module, so you can join to civicrm_group_contact_cache. I'm not savvy enough about smart groups to know when this is reliable - this table gets destroyed and regenerated on a regular basis, and may come up empty sometimes. However, since this is for internal use, you could have some way ...


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Do it exactly like was done in Drupal 7.. You should be able to goto path: civicrm/admin/setting/uf?reset=1 And then copy the integration code for the settings.php or settings.local.php from the "Views Integration settings"


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I'll guess that you've got a server with insufficient php or mysql configuration, and that in the process of your upgrade, civicrm was disabled for one reason or another. You can probably just use sql to re-enable it with something like: update system set status = 1 where name = 'civicrm' And then use drush to clear all your caches. The origin of your issue ...


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We do have D7 VBO Views like this for clients -> key is to start with a CiviCRM Participant View - so that the base table is civicrm_participant - from there you can add a Relationship to the Contact to get at the Contact fields like Last Name etc. Note there there is a bug in the API in that after updating participant status. It will change is_test to = ...


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Initially, when I built my view I was missing some relationships - thus the SQL error mentioned above. But even after adding the correct view relationships, the issue still persisted. I got huge help from @jackrabbithanna on mattermost. He provided code for a civicrm_customs.module file that will give an "Update Activity Status" VBO action. https://...


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