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This may or may not be related, but there is an ongoing issue relating to when /administrator is included in the path. See https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/joomla/issues/5 for details.


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That's almost certainly a timeout issue - you can increase your timeout in php.ini, but I wouldn't use the UI at all for a million contacts. Consider using a command-line import, where there should be no timeouts. There are several approaches you can take. Use the command-line API CSV import. This is pretty solid but you need to import each file multiple ...


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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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It's in civicrm_log. Entity_id matches civicrm_contact.id and entity_table='civicrm_contact'. Modified_id is the contact id of who modified it. Or if you have detailed logging turned on there's also entries in the log_civicrm_xxx tables.


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It's in the civicrm_contact table


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For 5.15.1 you can add these lines just before line 6373 in CRM/Contact/BAO/Query.php. if (empty($fieldSpec['bao'])) { continue; } There will also be a similar workaround put into 5.18.2 when it is released. https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/pull/15454


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