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Since this path is hard-coded into CiviCRM, the best way to override it is probably a redirect. You could achieve this: Using the either the redirect or path redirect module for drupal. Using a plugin for Wordpress such as redirection. Using Apache's mod-rewrite. Note that there are two paths you'd need to redirect from: /civicrm and /civicrm/dashboard as ...


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All of it? Probably 10 years. (that's a serious answer - I know, as a member of the core team, I built a lot of it myself)


5

Palante Tech has been building an internal document for this, but we haven't devoted much time to fleshing it out - it's more a "list of questions we wished we'd remembered to ask" and doesn't get into the important questions, like "What is this for? Who will be using it?" Nevertheless, here is our work-in-progress: All projects How much traffic does ...


5

You need to first get into the extension directory, and download the extension directly. Then you can install the extension from Manage Extension Page. wget https://github.com/civicrm/civihr/archive/1.3.0.zip unzip 1.3.0.zip mv civihr-1.3.0 civihr You can now move to Administer>System Settings>Manage Extensions Install CiviHR and you are good to go. ...


5

It is not so much the field you set to multiple, it is the custom group! So for example, many contracts. You can add multiple custom fields for contacts ONLY (including individuals, orgnaizations and households). You need to check the box Does this Custom Field Set allow multiple records? (see attached screen print) and then you can add multiple hobbies.


4

I think you are looking for CiviCRM documentation There you will find: CiviCRM developer guide - probably the most relevant place to start for you CiviCRM administrator guide CiviCRM user guide In the Developer Guide you'll find pages like Codebase & Architecture which are a good starting point for your initial question. CiviCRM Stack Exchange (this ...


4

The issue was affecting multilingual installations. If the multilingual support is turned off in the settings everything works. Applying the fix solves the problem for multilingual installations. You can see the @monishdeb's fix on github, the fix will be included in the next version. And here's the patchfile I used 131c131 < ->where('...


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it seems php 7.2 is not compatible with 5.x.x or i do not know how to do the configuration i think downgrade the php would be the best solution but i wonder if there is other answer, and how to do it.... updates: -downgrade php does not help, same error appears -downgrade mysql to 5.5 works!


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And once again I had found out the answer on my own, took a lot of time though... it is in components and administrator's civicrm.setting.php (both php file!) just simply change both localhost (see the photos below) into your server IP Simple as that (yeah I'm so noob TwT), I wish this can help those who have the same problem like mine, apology for my bad ...


4

As far as I know you can not create (sub)options depending on the value of a (top) option in core CiviCRM. So that would mean you would have to develop a little extension that does this? As far as the county stuff goes, is that an unrelated question? If so can you please make it separate as it will be impossible to find if others experience the same issue.


3

There's a semi-documented "menu rebuild" commands that will probably help here. From your CiviCRM base URL, go to /menu/rebuild e.g. on Drupal with Clean URLs, http://example.org/civicrm/menu/rebuild. Follow that with /cache/clear if necessary!


3

As mentionned here : You can export the first name, last name and the internal ID Re-import the data by matching the internal ID This process should regenerate the sort name and display name based on the current settings.


3

Not everyone has the skills to create extensions. But here are a couple of links that you might find useful: https://github.com/totten/civix https://wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/CRMDOC/Create+an+Extension


3

There is a Mailchimp CiviCRM Integration Extension which you can download. Details are here at https://civicrm.org/extensions/mailchimp-civicrm-integration Details on how to enable extensions are at https://wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/CRMDOC/Extensions


3

What worked for me with google-fonts is the following: After the tag add the include path generated from google-fonts, in this example Modak and Open Sans. @import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Modak|Open+Sans'); Then in the @supports block, in the face part add the fonts separated by '|', to be included in the blocks: face { label: ...


3

CiviCRM's authentication is through the CMS - so you wouldn't connect CiviCRM to LDAP, you would use LDAP to authenticate to the CMS. All CMSes that support CiviCRM support LDAP authentication. If you would like to use CiviCRM as your LDAP source (e.g. to populate an address book in your email client with CiviCRM contacts) you can use ldapcivi.


3

The Contact API is non-standard in APIv3; a major goal of APIv4 is to remove these quirks. The behavior you're seeing on Display Name is non-standard. It also seems that a lot of the other operators (e.g. "LIKE") don't work on Display Name. If you can, you can search on First Name and/or Last Name, neither of which display the problem described here.


3

Dipak, You will need to add permission for roles to access certain CiviCRM functionality. You can do this by navigating to CiviCRM >> Administer >> Users and permisions >>Permissions (Access Control). And then click on Drupal Access Control. Give permission to specific role and save the form. HTH Pradeep


3

I am not sure how CiviCRM will understand drush en to enable shoreditch extension. Shoreditch extension is under CiviCRM not under Drupal. But there is different drush command to install CiviCRM extensions List CiviCRM extensions drush cel Install CiviCRM extension drush cei org.civicrm.shoreditch Disabled CiviCRM extension drush ced org.civicrm....


3

You can find the tpl file which is used to build the html by viewing page source. Go to Administer menu > System Settings > Debugging and Error Handling, select Yes for Enable Debugging. Visit the page/form you want to check which tpl file is invoked. Right click >> View Page Source. Ctrl + F to find tpl


3

It's hard to tell which version of the summary fields you are having issues with but I'm guessing it's 4.0.1 which was suppose to fix the exact same issue with 4.0.0. It obviously doesn't. I filed another issue on github for the newest problem. https://github.com/progressivetech/net.ourpowerbase.sumfields/issues/45 I think the fix is to change line 4 in ...


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I dont think there is one right now, but the way to do it would probably be: a. Create a a job for this in api/v3/Job.php b. Do it similar to the address geocoding job. This is primarily because you could have lots of contacts and hence having an offset and a limit will be useful for some orgs. The job could potentially take a long time c. There probably ...


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That looks very strange error, it appears to be complaining that the created_id column is being created twice, However looking through the upgrade sql files on the github repo, I can only see the one reference to creating created_id column on that table and that is in the 4.6alpha7.sql file. I do note that it came from this JIRA case https://issues.civicrm....


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Changing the site key will break a few things. How many of these are important is up to you, but at least: - every rest interface that connects to the site to read or write (you might not have any) - any hash (eg. link to update preferences). this might not be an issue if the domain name changes too - anything that is saved encrypted (eg. the password for ...


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Have you reviewed this section in the online User and Admin Guide: http://book.civicrm.org/user/current/getting-prepared/identifying-your-needs/ Seems like a good start at least. You also might check out this session video from CiviCon: Introduction & Transitioning to CiviCRM


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This sounds like a javascript error on your Wordpress site. These are typically caused by buggy WP plugins. I suggest you disable plugins to identify the problem. Here are more detailed javascript troubleshooting steps for CiviCRM.


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Did you follow the steps here: http://wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/CRMDOC/Upgrade+Joomla+Sites+to+4.5 When you say that you removed the older version, what steps did you follow to do this? My first guess is that something wasn't removed correctly.


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You can access it directly using the URL: - yourdomain.com/civicrm/admin/ But from there you should see the navigation menu and be able to edit the menu and what shows in it. You might need to check the permissions for your user role in your CMS (Drupal?)


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AGH just posted a job for a junior developer. https://aghstrategies.com/content/civicrm-developer


2

I don't have a proper answer to the question of how to use SoapServer, but it may be useful to place that in context. The extern/soap.php script is a bit of a relic which is not on par with the RESTy APIv3. I was just a casual user at the time, but I'm pretty sure it predates APIv3 and (probably) APIv2. Its major use-case was facilitating a fast return-...


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