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yes Eileen at Fuzion is working towards pulling together Commerce + CiviEntities + Rules as a more flexible approach. We have clients using both Commerce_CiviCRM and uc_civicrm and have had some grief with both of them, such as in terms of when should it update civi addresses and when shouldn't it and clients wanting different outcomes etc. Or eg can ...


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There are many options/ways to go about doing this! One option would be to add Drupal Commerce module to your toolset. I use it for a number of projects - when I don't really have the need to track what users purchase in CiviCRM (e.g. school cafeteria order details (which child has which meal/drink every single day) and reservations for research institute ...


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Having spent time working with the CiviCRM Commerce module approach, the route we now recommend is using CiviCRM Entities and Drupal Rules. We don't have a package of such Rules yet as the project that was going to give us the time to do this has been deferred.


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Exported Rules: The description of what I'm trying to do is below, and you can download (and/or pitch in) on the current versions of the Rules below at this GitHub repo. Problem Areas: In creating the CiviCRM Contribution record, I haven't been able to figure out how to set the Receive Date. I can't input the token for the date of the order because that ...


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I'll be launching a CiviCRM 4.6 instance with Commerce integration in the next two months. I spoke with Eileen, who brought the existing integration current with 4.4 - she said that if she was starting today, she'd just make a Drupal Feature that used the civicrm_entity and rules modules. I'm not sure if this is the route I'll be taking, or updating the ...


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In addition to what @Jon G and @peternz have said about integrations and Eileen's work, it's also worth considering the future of the Drupal modules themselves. The consensus in comparisons between them seems to be that Commerce's architecture makes it more future proof that Ubercart's.


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As they say ... there is a module for that:commerce civicrm You can also use rules if you want to trigger other actions but it sounds like this may cover a lot of what you need.


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I think Commerce is still your best option. We have moved away from using the module and instead are building Commerce solutions using the Civi Rules module. That way we get full 'cart' features as provided by Commerce and its many contrib modules, plus the integration required for sych'ing contacts etc.


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The extra rules we use for this are in this module https://github.com/eileenmcnaughton/commerce_civicrm_rules


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