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You should make sure that you have both membership_payment records and the contribution_recur_id set for both the contribution and the membership. There are still too many different code paths that can behave slightly differently - it's an area that's seen a lot of improvement but still has a long way to go. CRM_Member_BAO_Membership::...


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Unfortunately CiviCRM doesn't look for civicrm_membership.contribution_recur_id t update the membership. I believe for membership to get auto renewed it should have The latest recurring contribution for the membership should be linked via civicrm_membership_payment civicrm_line_item.contribution_id should be set for the membership (the latest one) Since ...


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Pinto Vasa, Welcome to CiviCRm SE. Yes its possible to include any CiviCRM custom fields on webform which is available under their respective tab of CiviCRM webform config setting. Those fields will be pre-populated on webform based on logged in user details, will be empty if its a anonymous submission or new submission if logged in. The webform can be used ...


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In general, auto-recurring memberships are generated via an auto-recurring payment, whose mechanism depends on the payment processor, and most especially on whether the recurring payment schedule is managed by CiviCRM or the processor. When the schedule is managed by CiviCRM, you have more direct control and could for example use some sql to just push ...


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I think I did a bit of both: I created an extra membership status called Stopped. This is valid and active until the end of the year. At the end of the year I update all the Stopped memberships to Cancelled.


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As petednz suggested the CiviRules extension should be able to help you with this. Are your memberships cancelled from a profile? Or in the CiviCRM user interface? Then it will certainly help you. You should test first, I do not know if people used it for cancelling memberships yet. The CiviRules extension is here: https://civicrm.org/extensions/civirules ...


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Suggest you read up about Inherited Memberships if you want to treat this as a single 'entity' which just the primary member manages in terms of the renewal


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If you are using Drupal CMS than you can do this by using webform and webform civicrm module and probably CiviRules. You will need to create 2 membership type Member and Additional member. Setup webform to accept # of contacts with 1st contact as set to use Member membership type and rest of the contact set to Additional member membership. Set up reminder ...


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You can use the Membership Payment extension for this. This extension adds a new Membership field when editing a contribution. You can use this to add, remove and move a contribution's association with a membership of that same contact. See screenshot below:


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It's a long time since this question was asked but there is now an extension to help with this: https://lab.civicrm.org/extensions/membershiprelationshiptypeeditor


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