This looks to be a problem with an entity_type row of PaymentProcessorType in the civicrm_managed table.
To show the offending row:
select * from civicrm_managed where entity_type='PaymentProcessorType';
Remove the offending row:
delete from civicrm_managed where entity_type='PaymentProcessorType';
Then re-run the upgrade.
After the upgrade was re-run, I ...
The answer above about deleting the civicrm_install_canary table and the civicrm folder in uploads almost worked for me, except that php timed out ~30 seconds after the green 'successful installation' message appeared. I tweaked max_execution_time in php.ini to 360, deactivated CiviCRM, re-deleted the table and folder, then reactivated and re-installed - ...
The multiple installs (and I'm guessing not always clean uninstall) of the CiviVolunteer module have most certainly corrupted your database and left some files behind that produce these messages (these look like debug messages left by the developer in a not-yet-final version).
Since you have no data in CiviVolunteer I would:
disable, then uninstall the ...
The shortest answer I have is :
The issue is the way WP Engine builds the user directory structure. We have a proposed patch in : https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/pull/8494
Until that is merged, you can use the answer listed here: Word Press Install Missing civicrm.settings.php; dashboard unavailable; no menus
Make sure the global $...
I had this same problem after installing, uninstalling, then reinstalling. I couldn't install it the second time because the uninstall wasn't very clean. I recommend deleting or renaming the civicrm folder under the uploads folder. Then, you need to delete the civicirm_install_canary table from the database. After that, try to reinstall it again. I was able ...
the CiviCRM GUI indeed does not let you change Failed to Completed - and I'm pretty sure that's because it would mean edits to the all financial table entries associated with that Contribution. So yes you can edit the status_id in the contribution table - just keep in mind that you will want to also check all financial tables and adjust/add entries - that is ...
To my knowledge:
As far as the contribution hasn't exported to any sage or anything you are ok - you can directly change the contribution status against the DB which will be an easy fix.
But if the transaction has been exported already then we shouldn't be change the status instead we should be creating an new transaction for the contact also mention the ...
I was also dealing with the same problem and after many debugging, the following uninstall script finally helped me to install CiviVolunteer succesfully. Warning: you will lose the data stored in CiviVolunteer tables. Use at own risk.
/* drop custom tables */
DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `civicrm_volunteer_need`;
DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `...
I had the same trouble. That was a nightmare.
Finally I got through with this command :
But still there is several tables that need to be remove manually in the SQL database :
I reloaded the full database yet again. Cleared the caches ultra carefully. Then I set the maximum time limit on my server up to 60 seconds, and the error did not recur.
This time it worked. Hurrah!
BUT - see the various comments. The most important is that I missed the instruction to set up the settings_location.php file because the bootstrap cannot find ...
David, I've seen a few things with the 4.7 upgrades on WordPress that made me double-check the clearing CiviCRM cache's and the browser caches. It hasn't always been apparent that it's been vital in the past, and I'm sure I've been sloppy with it. Is that what you are experiencing?