Mysql has a feature called binary logging. You have it turned on, so either:
(a) turn it off, OR
(b) the mysql user needs to have the SUPER privilege, OR
(c) you need to set the mysql configuration variable log_bin_trust_function_creators.
You may need to ask your ...
I upgraded from 5.28 last night and ran into this same problem. I had an old version of haystack theme installed which was causing the problem (disabling the theme would bring the labels back).
You'll want to disable and uninstall haystack, delete the directory from your wp/uploads/civicrm/ext/ directory and then install the updated theme from here: https://...
There are two issues that you have to deal with when importing membership payments in order to extend your memberships:
You should connect the contribution (mebership payment) with the correct membership after the import. Technically you don't have to but it makes a lot of sense in order to keep a good overview.
You need to extend the membership (set a new ...
There was a botched install of CiviVolunteer that did not have all of its tables present. It could not be installed or uninstalled. I copied over missing tables from an older db. Reran the install and ran the uninstall. DB errors gone and manually ran the process_membership and all worked as expected.
WD civicrm: hook_civicrm_alter_drupal_entity_labels should be updated to [warning] pass an array of parameter names to CRM_Utils_Hook::invoke(). Array ( [civi.tag] => deprecated )
For this, i think you need to apply https://github.com/eileenmcnaughton/civicrm_entity/pull/238 patch in civicrm_entity module.
I need to do the same thing and could not find a built in solution. There is a batch membership entry, but that is for manual entry from the interface. The code might be useful to write a process to import an externally created batch, but that is beyond me.
What I do is import the contributions from a file (derived from a bank transaction listing with a ...