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You can embed the Drupal site's form (any form, whether from Civi or Drupal) into your wordpress site using an iframe. Here's an example of exactly that: https://patientscanada.ca/donate/ There are three steps to make this work: Create an alternative theme on the Drupal site that is suitable for embedding in an iframe. There's a Drupal theme here: https://...


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It sounds like you don't want to use CiviCRM public pages because it would visually take people away from your main website. An option could be to theme your CiviCRM public pages so that this transition is absolutely seamless -> here's an example of a CiviCRM public page we're drafting at the moment (with iATS Payments processor but that's not the point) - ...


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Editing webform submissions don't go through to CiviCRM. This just changes the form submission result. And the URL link is more like https://www.example.org.uk/formurl?cid1=11446&case1=2055. Where CID can be CID1 or CID2 etc depending on which contact(s) you want to pre load into the form. And in the form don't have Update Existing Case set if you are ...


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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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I'm assuming you're talking about DEFINE statements since you mention domain id? Are you able to edit drupal's settings.php? If so you can just put those DEFINEs in there since it loads first and most of the DEFINE settings in civicrm.settings.php check for if (defined(SETTING_NAME)). If you can't edit drupal's settings.php, I haven't tested this but can ...


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Based on comments this was tracked down to extensions. @andy-clark looked at the installed extensions and an older version of the CiviCalendar extension was creating the string error. Also the Summary Fields extension was creating deprecated warnings.


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Do you have multi-lingual enabled? than try to rebuild the views to see if it resolves your problem Missing column 'frontend_title' in ''civicrm_uf_field_de_DE" after upgrading to 5.1.2 Do you have DB logging enabled? than disabled and enable back again. Else can you check the CiviCRM log/watchdog to get more details of DB error?


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I have fixed this issue by doing the following: 1. clearing the sites/default/files/civicrm/templates_c 2. Corrected Resource URL 3. and also go to administer - system settings - cleanup caches & Reset paths


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One other issue that causes drush not to list the CiviCRM commands: If the user has a my.cnf with the blank password value in the user profile directory in linux of the user that drush is running as, drush will not list the CiviCRM commands. It appears drush may use the user defined in my.cnf first, and does not failover to the user defined in the sites/...


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