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yes Eileen at Fuzion is working towards pulling together Commerce + CiviEntities + Rules as a more flexible approach. We have clients using both Commerce_CiviCRM and uc_civicrm and have had some grief with both of them, such as in terms of when should it update civi addresses and when shouldn't it and clients wanting different outcomes etc. Or eg can ...


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I'll be launching a CiviCRM 4.6 instance with Commerce integration in the next two months. I spoke with Eileen, who brought the existing integration current with 4.4 - she said that if she was starting today, she'd just make a Drupal Feature that used the civicrm_entity and rules modules. I'm not sure if this is the route I'll be taking, or updating the ...


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In addition to what @Jon G and @peternz have said about integrations and Eileen's work, it's also worth considering the future of the Drupal modules themselves. The consensus in comparisons between them seems to be that Commerce's architecture makes it more future proof that Ubercart's.


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If you want to map 'abandoned' to the 'canceled' status in CiviCRM (there is no "abandoned" status in CiviCRM) you could revise the above like so: $map = array( "completed" => 1, "payment_received" => 1, "pending" => 2, "processing" => 5, "canceled" => 3, "abandoned" => 3, "in_checkout" =&...


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The extra rules we use for this are in this module https://github.com/eileenmcnaughton/commerce_civicrm_rules


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we have found that using CiviEntities opens the door for using Rules directly to control what gets pushed in to CiviCRM and how (in our case with Commerce not Ubercart). I can't really flesh out more on this as Eileen did the work and she is probably en route back from the Sprint in Denver. Perhaps the above is enough to give you something to look in to if ...


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I've been trying to reverse engineer this problem also, and here's my partial answer so far: It seems like the IPN is a post back to a url specified in the initial request. I don't see any way to change that postback url for an existing recurring contribution. The Ubercart postback url looks like /uc_recurring_hosted/paypal/ipn/<id> The CiviCRM ...


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