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This is not possible via the UI. There is a table civicrm_participant_payment which links the Participant and the Contribution records. If you have access to that, and know the contribution_id then you should be able to edit participant_id


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You can do this using webform for drupal or caldera for wordpress. The CiviCRM webform/caldera provides ability to add multiple contacts and relationship (and also events) on a single form.


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You are probably looking for the Contact Dashboard feature. I have only experience with Wordpress, where the logged in user can see his memberships, events, payments, invoices etc. There seems to be a similar feature available for Joomla as well according to this question on StackExchange. Unfortunately the question has been unanswered.


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That looks like a bug in the events component (possibly, specific to Joomla). The error is happening in the constructor of an object that is managing the event registration process (https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/blob/master/CRM/Event/StateMachine/Registration.php), presumably after the payment has occurred. It's failing to get the id of the event, ...


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I believe this is now fixed as part this PR. Can you please try patch from here if it fixes your problem? Cheers Pradeep


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I solved it in a very unusual way - I added this rewrite on .htaccess file: RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www\.terranova.tamera\.org [NC] RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://terranova.tamera.org/$1 [L,R=301] To unify all accesses to use the non-www url. For a reason I cannot yet explain, this completely resolved the issue.


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Tapash, I believe CiviCRM allows one to register for same event with same email address multiple times, if the setting 'Same email address?' under 'Online Registration' is enabled for the event. HTH Pradeep


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