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In CiviCRM , go to Administer -> Users and Permissions -> Permissions (Access Control) . Then , select Drupal Access Control . You will see a long list of various options, and check boxes to enable permissions for Components, Extensions, etc for various Roles. Scroll down the list until you see the Component, Extension etc that you have installed and ...


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Welcome to SE! Setting up cron can be confusing since there are many variations and it touches several aspects: OS users & permissions, CMS users & permissions, other tools, cron - and the details depend on your hosting environment. I've just re-read the page you linked to. It has the information you need, but it also has other options that you ...


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I came accross this article: Event Fees - DB Error: syntax error It turns out that if you disable the CiviContribute component it causes errors with Event fees!


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This patch fixed the problem. Thanks to @skherraz https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/core/issues/1269


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You will need to Go into your extension dir and remove the civivolunteer code that was installed with your buildkit. Then git clone their master (to get the latest). Then go to the Manage Extensions page to check if there are any prompts for database updates. Then disable a small other extension and re-enable it. Or just enable another new extension via ...


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Sounds like you're looking for CiviCRM Views Token. This is a Drupal module which allows you to place a token in your CiviMail that will be replaced with the output of a Drupal View. To use it: Install and enable CiviCRM Views Token Build your view of contacts in Drupal - keep the output simple, eg a table or an unformatted list. In your CiviMail edit ...


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Normally you don't install from github you would get it from https://civicrm.org/download and then follow the instructions at https://docs.civicrm.org/sysadmin/en/latest/install/drupal7 If you are looking to do development it might be easiest to start here instead: https://docs.civicrm.org/dev/en/latest/tools/buildkit/


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It sounds like you enabled the civicrm_developer Drupal module. I would disable that.


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This should work but is a bug in the latest version of Webform CiviCRM. Will open a ticket. (Update) Webform requires that the form is configured a certain way on the civicrm tab for activities in order to load the activity. It appears that at least 1 contact on the form needs to be set as a participant on the webform for the autoload to work. nb. I'm going ...


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Below please find some screenshots to illustrate how to do this: 1. This is a View of Activities. Each Activity has an Update button [that's a Global: Custom Text field -> Text Update; Rewrite results: Output this field as a link -> to the webform URL with case-worker-form?cid2=[contact_id]&aid=[id] and bootstrap classes btn to make it a button] -> the ...


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Having "Update Existing Activity" setting turned on, prefills the form with the matching activity based on Type and Status. In case of multiple activities, it prefills/updates the first one. Adding '&activity1=activityID' in your webform url, irrespective of the 'Update Existing Activity' setting, will prefill and update the activity (with id=activityID)...


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It works just fine for us. We are on Civi 5.8 and Drupal 7.x.


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It's certainly possible to use CiviCRM as you describe, and I administer a couple of instances that do exactly this. I know it's possible with WordPress and with Drupal; not sure about Joomla or Backdrop. However, in each case where I administer such a setup, either a) there's a need to share data, or b) the architecture decision wasn't my own. In the ...


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