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Code looks fine to me at first glance. I recommend you go ahead and create the PR which you can do from
When you do it will run the automated code linting and unit tests which will give you more feedback.
CiviCRM Jobs / Looking for open source developer/consultant
« Last post by rkothari on Today at 02:16:07 pm »
Hello everyone,
We are looking for an open source developer to start as soon as possible. We would like to find someone in the DC area, but are open to considering other options.  This is a full-time job, but we will consider consultants as well.
Thank you
Merci pour l'astuce. Elle m'a bien aidé, même si c'est provisoire.
Developer Discussion / Another pair of eyes on first pull request
« Last post by krypto on Today at 06:00:39 am »
I'm trying to fix CRM-13596, and between me and NFP Services I think it's sorted:

But I haven't tried submitting any changes to core before, nor have I worked with git much. Could someone possibly take a quick look and check I haven't done anything ridiculous in terms of formatting / how things are meant to be done? Just before I update the issue and make a pull request.

Thanks very much,

Can someone help me with performance improvements for our new and first production website made by drupal/civicrm.
There are 4 servers all with ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS
1x proxy with haproxy
1x webserver with apache (Apache/2.4.7), PHP (PHP 5.5.9-1ubuntu4.7 (cli) (built: Mar 16 2015 20:47:39), curl (curl 7.35.0 (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu) libcurl/7.35.0 OpenSSL/1.0.1f zlib/1.2.8 libidn/1.28 librtmp/2.3), drupal (7.32), civicrm (4.4.8 ) and a lot more modules.
1x mysql server (Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.5.41, for debian-linux-gnu (x86_64) using readline 6.3
1x solr server

Al servers are installed on a vm enviroment (vmware 5.5)

Please contact my my email or by phone +31 (0)70 349 05 33
Using CiviMail / Re: After 4.6.2 upgrade
« Last post by totten on May 05, 2015, 11:07:50 pm »
There's some discussion of a similar report at and . (The items were reported by the same person and seem likely to have a causal relation -- ie 16251 causes 16281.) You'll find some theories and questions on that issue.

The main problem right now is that I've been unable to reproduce the problems. Fundamentally, I need steps to follow that will produce the same problem on a clean site - or I need full access to a test environment which exhibits the problem. If anyone can provide that, it would be greatly appreciated.

FWIW, the screenshots you've posted seem to show a Joomla site. This is interesting because there have been a handful of other unreproducible problem reports. To my recollection, the unresolved ones have either involved screenshots from Joomla -- or have been unclear about CMS. This isn't a strong proof of anything (could be coincidence), but it would be interesting if we could confirm/deny that there's a Joomla correlation. (Note: I have tested some of these reports in a vanilla Joomla site, and it's works fine for me, but there could be some common add-ons or configurations which conflict.)

Final note: in a crunch, you can re-enable the old UI by adding this to civicrm.settings.php:

Code: [Select]

AFAIK, we haven't done anything to specifically break the old UI (although it's not tested and is scheduled for removal in 4.7). This might serve as a temporary work-around if you're suffering a major regression. However, it's still important to report problems (along with steps to reproduce) so that the main mailing UI can get fixes.
Firstly i am sorry,
i have asked this in
but , i did not solve,

i have so many contacts which the first name , last name , and email are empty .
please see my attached screen shot.

i don't know what my client have done in this site. as far i know , they import contact then import contribution data.

thanks for help
Developer Discussion / Re: Failed to Decode JSON [Solved:API Explorer Conflict]
« Last post by totten on May 05, 2015, 07:06:34 pm »

In the 'json' field, shouldn't the "=" be ":" ?

Also, if there's an "=" sign in the data, it would be need to be encoded as "%3D" (not as a literal equal sign).
Developer Discussion / Re: Failed to Decode JSON
« Last post by vmantese on May 05, 2015, 06:47:33 pm »
Welp, I figured it out but for anyone else who was being led astray by the api explorer's example REST URLs like I was the proper notation is:

// For external services

I guess that the API explorer's REST output is just out of date...
Developer Discussion / Failed to Decode JSON [Solved:API Explorer Conflict]
« Last post by vmantese on May 05, 2015, 06:40:40 pm »
Hi all,
I realize I must be formatting something incorrectly but right now I'm at a loss at what.
I want to be able to directly copy/paste a RESTFUL url to access the civiCRM API.


myinstallroot/civicrm/civicrm/extern/rest.php?entity=Contact&action=get&json=1&api_key=mysitekey&key=mykey returns the first 25 contacts in JSON format as intended.

However, as soon as I try to detail my JSON....


I receive the error:

{"is_error":1,"0":"error_message","1":"Unable to decode supplied JSON."}

Any ideas how I'm misformatting it?

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