SharePoint Server 2016: Event registration via SP calendar where user can save the event to their own calendar

My use case is: I have no knowledge of SharePoint development or coding (but I can follow instructions!). I want to create an event management system for managing our internal training – where attendees register/deregister for a course through the ‘SP training calendar’ and can easily save the event to their personal Outlook calendars (without having to manually fill in the event details in Outlook).

I understand that we need the following to have the calendar and the attendees list, but i can’t work out how to allow users to add it to their calendar (is it even possible?)

  • One Calendar List, editable by an administrator (can add/edit/delete events), viewable by attendees (they should just view the details and have the ability to register/unregister).

  • One attendee list for every created event (don’t know if this is best practice, other suggestions would be highly appreciated).

Thank you in advance!

8 – Redirect user to previous page after registration

I’d like users registering on my website are redirected to the page where they clicked the “create account” button which is in a modal.

First, I tried to redirect to an absolute url
I tried


I tried

$_REQUEST('destination') = '<front>';

I tried this too :

$response = new DrupalCoreRoutingTrustedRedirectResponse('');

I’m always redirected to /user/(uid)/edit

Display Author Registration Date – WordPress Development Stack Exchange

In author archive, I want to show author registration date in the following format:

January 16, 2021

I have found this code:

$user_ID = $post->post_author;
echo the_author_meta( 'user_registered', $user_ID );

But its output format is:

2021-01-16 10:40:52

How can I strip off time and get my desired format?

I am using date format F j, Y

How to create a registration manual approval form where customers having a specific domain in email gets automatically approved?

Please tell me is there any way to do this. I don’t know the coding please tell if there are any plugins for that.

rng – Any good tutorial for events and Registration module to link together in drupal 8

rng – Any good tutorial for events and Registration module to link together in drupal 8 – Drupal Answers

Force user to create a node after registration

How to force a user to post a node after registering?

The scenario would be the following: after registering, the user could not access the site without having created a node. Once this node is created, it would have access to the site normally.

8 – users randomly being created when clearing all error messages on user registration which also causes EntityStorageException

This error came up because I was trying to fix an issue related to user registration. Right now I have an issue with users creating their account. Users create their account by filling out the user registration form and then an email gets sent to that email address. The email will have a link that makes the user completes their account. I was getting this error message that says an email is already taken, when it actually isn’t. I tried fixing the root of the problem (why was that error message getting set in the first place), then I gave up and tried a hackish way to do it (I know, bad). The hackish way is clearing that email already taken error message and resetting the error message in my .module file, if I have too. To be honest, I did not get far with this solution. Anyways, I tried clearing all the error messages by doing $form_state->clearErrors(). But by doing this, something weird happened…A whole bunch of users were created. I logged into the admin account to view the people and this is what I saw:

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There’s a lot too. For some reason <email_address_I_put_in>_1_2… gets created and continues until I get that sql expection becuase the name is too big. To be clear, the accounts will be created consecutively. ie <email_address_I_put_in>_1 then <email_address_I_put_in>_1_2 and so on.
This is the exception that get triggered.

DrupalCoreEntityEntityStorageException: SQLSTATE(22001): String data, right truncated: 1406 Data too long for column 'name' at row 1: UPDATE {users_field_data} SET name=:db_update_placeholder_0 WHERE uid = :db_condition_placeholder_0; Array ( (:db_update_placeholder_0) => jasperhsggfghf_1_2_3_4_5_6_7_8_9_10_11_12_13_14_15_16_17_18_19 (:db_condition_placeholder_0) => 315 ) in DrupalCoreEntitySqlSqlContentEntityStorage->save() (line 846 of core/lib/Drupal/Core/Entity/Sql/SqlContentEntityStorage.php).

How do you do a complete application installation registration on Windows 10

I am currently working with some installers, but I have had some issue regarding the registration of the newly installed program.

How do you register in windows 10 that an application is installed, all with the proper information, such as Uninstall, Repair, file path, etc…

I know that you can add your application data to App paths in registry and in “HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTApplications” also in registry.

But after adding an entry to these, the software does not show up in the installed applications list in Control panel.


8 – Error message for duplicate email for user registration

On my site, users sign up by submitting their email and name to a user registration form. They will get an email with a link that will allow them to complete the rest of the sign up process, like setting a password. The issue I am having is that when a new user signs up, two messages pop-up. The first message says that a link has been sent to their email with further instructions, which is what I want. However, The second message, which is hidden behind the first, says the email address is already taken. Once a user closes the first message they will see the second message. The second error message is misleading and I would like only the first error message to display when users sign up.

 if($path == '/user/login') {
    /***** user sign-up ******/
    $entity = Drupal::entityManager()->getStorage('user')->create(array());

    $formObject = Drupal::entityManager()->getFormObject('user', 'register')->setEntity($entity);

    $form = Drupal::formBuilder()->getForm($formObject);
    $variables('register_form') = $form;

The code above is how I am getting the registration form to display on page--user--login.html.twig (by calling register_form in the twig template)

The login/signup page path is /user/login. (so both the user registration form and user login form is on this page. Both have submit buttons)

forms – What are best practices for registration process?

I’m designing an mobile app. There are 4 input fields that users must fill all to complete the registration. Those are full name, email address, password and username. First, I thought placing all in one screen might give users a simple registration experience, but later it looked scary to see too many fields in one screen. Should I divide all fields to steps provided that each field will be in one screen? Or, there is a common practice for the registration process?

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