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I need to be able to run code that does not output any data to the user after a user's checkout is complete, but I can't seem to figure out how Commerce wants me to do it. I don't see any *.api.php files that would give me payment hooks. It looks like Commerce wants me to create a separate Checkout Flow plugin that would add the step I want, but I can't seem to find documentation about implementing my own Checkout Flow.
Can you guide me to the right path of running my code when the checkout is complete? Am I on the right path? Can you point to Checkout Flow development docs?
I'm using the migration module to import information from a legacy database and having a little bit of trouble.
The migration class in question imports pets from a table (old db) and creates new pet nodes in the drupal database. So far, so good. The pet migration class is also connected to the user migration class. This means that I can set the author (uid) of each pet to the appropriate new drupal user. Again so far so good. This also means the setup is more or less the same as the old database.
I am working on a website for a customer and i stumbled upon a problem. I made a menu that can be changed into 3 languages. this morning it was looking/working completely fine. But when i tried to put in the country flags the whole layout got ruined (only when logged out)