These two extensions should assist -
The second extension provides tokens for all active contribution pages and active events with online registration enabled.
We tend to:
not use households but use individual memberships and the inheritance feature to construct Family (Household-like) Memberships
use Drupal Webform CiviCRM module to make this a one form signup (adults + children on one form) - with Webform CiviCRM you can add more then one Contact on the Form and specify relationships between these
Thanks everyone! I solved it totally with CiviRules extension. I just used a combination of the built-in API explorer & the extension's documentation to figure out how to create my own Condition & Action.
The condition checks if that domain exists for an Organization. I set it to work ONLY if it finds 1 (just to make it work simply for now) and ...
This extension allows you to restrict online registration to certain events to logged in members only but still have other events open to the public.
The extension allows you to set a flag to any event so registration is restricted to those that have a current membership.
The dashboard is programmed to show memberships that have a start date, whereas the search is not including that filter. If you are getting a different number in the search than in the dashboard, click on the Start date column to sort in descending order to find the record that is missing a start date - once you update that record, the numbers should be one ...
You can make use of the "Date Renewal Entered" field for this purpose - e.g. if you enter a date of July 1, 2018, then a 6 month membership will be extended through December 31, 2018 - the date the payment was recorded can be left as the current date - when you click to view the membership, it will appear as displayed in the screenshot below:
Hope this ...
Tamar is correct that you can change the date - but I assume what you're looking for is to change the default date that shows up in the "Date Renewal Entered" field.
I wrote an extension, Custom Renewal Start Date that does exactly this for a client a long time ago. I haven't shared it before, but I'm posting it because I saw this request!
It's this one
Memberships - Signup and Renewal Receipts (off-line)
I often get a bit confused too. Best thing to do if in doubt it to make a minor amendment and do a test. You can easily revert back to the default afterwards.
I do not believe this is possible as of CiviCRM 5.4 at least.
The logic is coded in civicrm/CRM/Member/BAO/Membership.php so the only way to override this is with a core override file, which is a maintenance headache since it will need re-working on ever upgrade.
This patch seems to make it work as I think it should:
diff --git a/civicrm/CRM/Member/BAO/...
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Price sets are meant to create/interact with contributions which require CiviContribute to be enabled. Hence it makes sense that they only work if you have CiviContribute enbaled.
However it would make sense to not show any price set options in the UI as long as CiviContribute is enabled. You could create an issue for that ...
@Brad that's a pretty broad question - I'm not sure anyone would be able to give you a complete guide here. However, a good first step would be to see if the CiviCRM Directory plugin fits your needs. It's not very well documented, but you should visit its Settings page (where you need to fill out API keys if you want mapping) and explore the "Directories" ...
After reading many posts and looking through the ideas I got here I deleted the triggers for the contributions table and rebuilt the triggers (https://docs.civicrm.org/sysadmin/en/latest/troubleshooting/#trigger-rebuild) for the table. This appears to have worked like a charm.
The issue is that a contact can have multiple memberships, so you can't use membership tokens unless you display your search results as memberships.
In Advanced Search, do your search again, but change Display Results As from Contacts to Memberships. If your contacts only have one membership each, this is all you need to do; if they can have multiple ...
You can use 'Membership Owner ID' filter under filters tab of report.
When you set 'Membership Owner ID' as 'is empty(NULL)' it will show all the primary membership owners that is membership not created by relationship
When you set 'Membership Owner ID' as 'is not empty(NULL)' it will show all the secondary membership owners that is membership created by ...
I have a client that uses CardExchange Producer to print their membership cards using real-time CiviCRM data.
Note that compatible systems will most likely want to connect to your database via a MySQL connection - and since CiviCRM is most often hosted on a web server outside the office, that presents a technical challenge. You should be prepared to do ...
Through UI its bit difficult(impossible). If its a matter of single record then i would suggest you to use API explorer to do it.
Navigate to CiviCRM >> Support >> Developer >> API Explorer
Create Membership payment for old membership (23 is old membership id(without contribution) and 45 is contribution id)
Delete new membership.
Note: Backup db before ...
Pradeep's answer is good if this is a one-off situation. If you think you might encounter this on an ongoing basis, the Link Membership to Contributions extension is designed precisely for this. CiviCoop produced several useful extensions for administering membership payments including this one.
CiviCRM keeps track of membership changes in civicrm_membership_log table for all changes to membership attributes like start date, end date, status. But it will pretty difficult for you to guess if the membership is actually being renewed or updated unless you perform some more checks with different log entries from civicrm_membership_log table.
The other ...
If you mark the payment as pending (see screenshot 1 below) then the resulting membership will be pending. When you update the payment, the membership will be automatically updated.
To set the member status to Inactive after payment hasn't been received for three months, go to Administer menu » CiviMember » Membership Status Rules. Click Edit next to the ...
On multisite you tie each membership type to a domain id. You can find what the domain ID's by looking at the civicrm_domain id table (or in the civicrm.setting.php file).
If you create the memberships on the correct domain they will be correct I believe, but if you don't then just adjust the domain_id in the civicrm_membership_type table.
Then only the ...
Caldera Forms CiviCRM now allows you to choose whether you want to renew an existing membership or create a new one entirely, see here https://civicrm.org/blog/danaskallman/caldera-forms-civicrm-cfc-for-donations-and-membership.
I looked into the code and seems like you need to enable the add new checkbox to move the membership to the newer contact.
Add New stands for adding a new membership on the main contact from the duplicate contact.
Case when add new is not needed:
This is not needed when both the contacts have a membership of same type and they need to be merged between ...
This can be very easily achieved using custom data –
The first decision to make is where you would like to see this information, on the contact record or at a membership level.
If a member can have multiple membership types then the custom data set should be created at ...
You can use a combination of CiviCRM WordPress Profile Sync (which provides 2-way sync between WordPress profiles and CiviCRM contact details) and CiviCRM WordPress Member Sync to achieve this.
Have a look at the docs for CiviCRM WordPress Member Sync to see how you can use the Groups or Members plugin to restrict access to WordPress content for your ...