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I think thats perfectly possible within GoCardless. You would need to setup a plan for each of the differing membership collection periods you would like to collect for in order to use it as a traditional Direct Debit. FYI a Direct Debit is a UK equivelant of SEPA with some technical differences i.e. UK bank accounts only etc.


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You can use Jaap Jansmas integration of CiviCRM with the Form Processor for that: Just create a form processor using the action "Mailing Event: Subscribe to mailing list". You can even create simple deduplicating rules using conditions on the actions "Contact: Get Individual by name and email" and "Contact: Create or update ...


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It is possible to have a single civicrm wired to several CMS instances. There is some documentation here https://docs.civicrm.org/sysadmin/en/latest/install/multi-site/ There are hurdles to get over, for example, how to synch users across the various CMS There are other approaches to pull in data from other sites without wiring CiviCRM in to it including ...


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As @petednz mentioned, it does sound like that your entries are being merged. You can check what dedupe rule Caldera form is using under the Contact 1 processor. if you didn't create a dedupe rule that always create a new record, then it is likely that it will use an existing rule that merges the new entries. To create a dedupe rule that doesn't merge, you ...


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I found the solution. The reason was very simple. In my settings file located in WordPress upload files, I set : $civicrm_root = dirname(__FILE__).'/../../plugins/civicrm/civicrm/'; I change it into absolute real path : $civicrm_root = /var/www/html/mysite/html/wp-content/plugins/civicrm/civicrm/'; After that, I was able to enable the extension "...


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Welcome to CiviCRM Stack Exchange ... and congratulations on finding a bug! I've created an issue and a Pull Request (PR). It is a very simple code change so if you can apply the change in the PR, test that it works for you and then leave a comment on the PR we should be able to get this resolved.


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Agreed with the @Kainuk answer. Here is what i did today to solve the same error. In your civicrm.settings.php if you have require_once 'CRM/Core/ClassLoader.php'; Change it by adding "civicrm_root" variable require_once $civicrm_root . '/CRM/Core/ClassLoader.php'; This is assuming that somewhere in that file, you have already set the "$...


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As of this writing event cart should be enabled but hidden, and currently still relies on the setting under Administer - CiviEvent - Component Settings to switch on and off features. You can verify if the extension is enabled by running this SQL: select is_active from civicrm_extension where name='eventcart'; If it's not, in civi go to Support - Developer - ...


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What do you have at /wp-admin/admin.php?page=CiviCRM&q=civicrm%2Fadmin%2Faccess%2Fwp-permissions&reset=1? You probably just need to set up permissions. More info here: https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/latest/initial-set-up/permissions-and-access-control/


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There are several ways to get a single view of the new messages. if you are using activity processor, then setting it up to record as an associated activity with the contact record should work (https://github.com/mecachisenros/cf-civicrm/blob/master/docs/processors.md). The other ways are to use the tag processor to add tags or use a group processor to add ...


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Do you create Activity from Caldera form when user submits the Enquiry form? If not than you will need to add Processor to create an activity against the contact who submitted the form.


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I think this answer is outdated, I can see that the {$invoiceReference} variable is available in the message template - Contributions - Receipt (on-line). Use the Smarty function in the template to see all the available Smarty variables and their values: {debug output=html}


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