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You could just remove the protected $_id = NULL; line in uploads/civicrm/ext/uk.co.compucorp.civicrm.booking/CRM/Admin/Form/Resource.php, since it's defined in the base class as public.


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None of the extension you mentioned have schedule job or script to fix historical data, we had to write a script to update historical data when the extension was installed, and going forward extension managed to capitalize the name.


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You can use Contact Form 7 and the Contact Form 7 CiviCRM plugins for wordpress to POST your forms directly to CiviCRM's REST API. There is a blog post by Erik Hommel on CiviCRM.org that explains how this works.


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Well, I seem to have resolved it by replacing cli.php with cron.php in the command line. Of course it didn't do anything when I ran the command from the terminal, but I plugged it into the cron jobs list and it seems to be executing the jobs now. I am just lucky I spotted the "cron.php" file in the bin folder, and took a chance on it being what I needed. ...


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Yes, version 3.1.0 of the Gift Aid extension (from Compucorp) certainly works with release 5.19.x and 5.24.x. As you've obviously upgraded fairly recently then try clearing caches?


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