Lithium SSO

Lithium SSO allows one-way login between Drupal and Lithium community forums. Whenever a user has logged into a Drupal site, they can also log into a lithium site that is set in the configuration page at admin/config/content/lithium-sso.

Lithium SSO requires the Libraries module, both versions 1.0 and 2.0 should work. Before installing this module you must obtain the file lithium_sso.php from your lithium provider and place it in a sub-directory named lithium_sso in the libraries directory at /sites/all/libraries .

CiviCRM Entity Address Extra

This module extends the CiviCRM Entity module by adding a contact's address, phone, and email details to tokens. You can specify the "location type" in the token for the address, phone, and email properties of a contact.


Notice the use of "main" in the token below:



This module implements a Drupal field type that stores JSON or JSONB data. A core patch is required to get the data type supported at the moment.

Currently, only PostgreSQL database (version 9.2 or higher) is supported, but MySQL is adding support for JSON data types in the future.


Devel form debug

This module adds a contextual link to every form that lets you easily find out form's ID, name of hook_form_FORM_ID_alter() hook and print out form's variables. The module is a successor of Get Form ID ( which is deprecated from now on.

By hovering over any form you will see a contextual link available. By expanding the link you will see the form ID. Click on the link and you will see a modal window with copyable form id and hook_form_FORM_ID_alter() hook suggestion.


Views CiviCRM Expose Tables

Exposes CiviCRM DB tables to Views

Out of the box CiviCRM provides Views exposure to about 8 CiviCRM data entities. With this module you can access any of the CiviCRM tables in Views.

This is a simple module which does one thing: provides an admin page for site-builders to choose which tables in a site's Drupal DB to expose to Views.

The module then loads all the fields for each chosen table and detects the data type of the field and sets appropriate views field, sort, filter, and argument filters (for example numeric, string, date, or "default").

Domain Restriction Formatter

This module exposes a formatter to hide or show fields on selected domains.
All fields in the "manage display" tabs can be configured.


Go to Structure -> Your content type -> Manage display and start
configuring the fields you want to put restrictions on.

Supporting organizations:




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