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(Note: My comments are focused mostly on CiviHR <=1.4; for 1.5+, I haven't followed as closely.) CiviHR is broken down into several different extensions. Each extension defines a different piece of the data-model/UI (eg for tracking job contracts or tracking qualifications). If you pick and choose these individually, it should be possible to load them ...


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It's purely apache/httpd configuration issue. Create 2 subdomain demo1.domain.com and demo2.domain.com and have 2 conf file under sites-available and sites-enabled with following config demo1.domain.com.conf <VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot /var/www/html/demo1 ServerName demo1.domain.com ServerAdmin admin@domain.com <Directory "/var/www/...


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The easiest would be if you can find it in the CiviCRM custom groups? Using Administer/Customize Data and Screens/Custom Fields. If that does not work, check the table civicrm_custom_group. You will probably see an entry there with the column name 'is_reserved' having the value 1. If that is the case, change the value for 'is_reserved' to 0 and check if you ...


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Welcome to the Civi community! The place you will want to start with volunteer management (including time tracking) is CiviVolunteer, an CiviCRM extension you install to integrate with Civi (here are extension installation instructions). The extension was created by the folks at Ginkgo Street Labs. They just released the 2.0 version of the extension last ...


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Check this out! https://civihr.org/ It's an extension (add-on) to core


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CiviHR is a set of many interrelated extensions. You can pick and choose among them for the functionality you want/need, though some depend on others in the set. Some of them can be added to a standard install of CiviCRM, but not all. I believe CompuCorp is intending to refactor the extensions so that they are all compatible with standard CiviCRM, but I am ...


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When I last looked at CiviHR, it uses CiviCase's functionality to achieve to a lot of things. So having it as an extension on CiviCRM would cause conflict. It is designed to be a standalone application. Demo links are indeed broken, you can signup for a demo here


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And there is an API with the software, check https://wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/CRMDOC/Using+the+API


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We were told that CiviHR should be a completely separate install to CiviCRM and that is being designed to work quite independently, so this is no surprise.


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I think this is more of an issue with CiviCRM/HR than MySQL Passing 000 like dates is deprecated in newer versions of MySQL so approaches that disable NO_ZERO_DATE are a little short sighted (though they might get you out of an immediate pickle). Hence the answer is probably to fix the CiviHR and/or CiviCRM. In most cases, I imagine the fix is no harder ...


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CiviVolunteer might be a better fit for your requirements than CiviHR. See also Volunteer Timesheet


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The QR Code Checkin Extension does (some of) that: https://civicrm.org/extensions/qr-code-checkin ?


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I have detected the issued. I open apache log and saw the error PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function file_upload_max_size() in /var/www/html/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/civicrm/ext/hrjobcontract/CRM/Hrjobcontract/Page/JobContractTab.php on line 46 So I go to the directory and edit that. Because the default value for max size when upload ...


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The installation instructions reference Drush - the Drupal command line tool. I would inquire of the developer before even trying this on WordPress. Create a Github account and ask the question there as any issue.


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There are installation instructions on the CiviHR github page.


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I encountered the same problem when installing CiviVolunteer recently. I was using a similar setup: Ubuntu 16.04, CiviCRM 4.7.16 and MySQL 5.7.17. This is likely a MySQL issue: recent versions of MySQL have changed the default behavior with respect to the NO_ZERO_DATE setting. I just posted an issue with CiviVolunteer here which might be helpful: https://...


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Not currently. I peeked into CRM_HRRecruitment_BAO_HRVacancy:getVacanciesByStatus(). It's hard-coded to return the four most recently created vacancies.


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Will add as an answer in case it helps. According to the documentation 1.4 is pre-release ie sandbox and is not compatible with 4.6. From the development team at Compucorp: The MVP product (for 1.4) to be released at the end of the year (2015) will be based on Civi4.7. At the moment we support v4.5 and will probably continue to do so until the MVP.


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Thank you for your interest in CiviHR. Publication of jobs on the non-profit's website, and receiving applications from there will be part of CiviHR 1.6. It is scheduled for completion by the end of 2015 : http://wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/HR/CiviHR+-+Version+1.6+Basic Hope this helps. Ruchi


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The gid is the ID number of the profile. Something is calling for that profile, but it can't/won't pull it up for one of those various reasons. Two factors to consider: What is profile 24? Why is Advanced Search trying to use it? My hunch is that CiviHR creates a special profile and sets it to be used as the default search view. You can customize the ...


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