eventorganiser_new_booking hook

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  • #37986

    I’m trying to sign-up attendees who opt-in, to MailChimp. I’m using:

    function afs_event_registration_callback($booking_id) {
           $submit_data = array();
    
           $submit_data['email'] = eo_get_booking_meta($booking_id, 'bookee_email', $single = true);
           $submit_data['firstname'] = eo_get_booking_meta($booking_id, 'bookee_first_name', $single = true);
           $submit_data['lastname'] = eo_get_booking_meta($booking_id, 'bookee_last_name', $single = true);
          afs_mailchimp_post($submit_data, $list_id);
    
        }
    
        add_action('eventorganiser_new_booking', 'afs_event_registration_callback', 10, 1);
    

    However the booking has an ‘incomplete’ status and the Ajax form still displays with no confirmation message. It looks like a 500 internal server error is happening as you can see in this image from dev tools.

    https://imgur.com/a/8hymNIe

    If I comment out the hook, the booking is confirmed fine. Is this the right hook to use for what I am trying to do?

    Many thanks

    Joan Conrow
    #37999

    I have sorted the 500 error which was a problem with a custom function (sorry). The booking now goes through as ‘confirmed’.

    However the form not showing the success message is a still a problem: no confirmation is shown and it is confusing to users. Any ideas on how to debug this please?

    Joan Conrow
    #38007

    So even if I use the redirect to a page option, nothing happens on screen after a booking is made.

    The booking is made and a confirmation email is sent out.

    Joan Conrow
    #38012

    OK, this is sorted now. A function written by a previous developer was echoing some content out which was preventing the redirect presumably by interfering with the EO Ajax call.

    Joan Conrow
    #38023

    Hi Joan,

    Glad you were able to this sorted.

    Stephen Harris
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