bytesnake
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URL to users detail page

We used eGuide in the past and created a floorplan where users can click on an employee to get more details (phone, email and so on).
As eGuide is no longer supported, we was suggested to go with SSPR. Well SSPR has that details as well, but I'm not able to create a link for our floorplan do be redirected to users details directly. In People Search in SSPR users have to type a name to get a table ... then they have to click an entry to get the details.

How can I address the users details directly?

(And yes, we want to continue floorplan as iPrint is included as well ;-))

Thanks in advance,
Marco Volkert
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Re: URL to users detail page

When you write that you want to create a link, I presume that means you
want to use a GET request in order to get (har har) to the user.

Perhaps, since you created the floorplan application yourself, you could
modify that slightly, still have links, but have those links POST a form
with the variables required to access the user profile in SSPR.

Your original request (using GET to access a profile) may be possible, but
I have not looked specifically and thought the other option may be worth
presenting as it would be pretty trivial to implement if that is the only
change needed as you control the source application..

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bytesnake
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Re: URL to users detail page

If you call it GET request ... maybe that's what I want.
Here the "link" which worked for eGuide:
href="http://PROMANCA/eGuide/servlet/eGuide?Action=Detail.get&User.dn=cn=VOLKERT,ou=DEPT,ou=LOCATION,o=COMPANY&Directory.uid=PROMANCA_eGuide&Object.uid=USER"
If I put this in a HTML site (floorplan) users getting all details of me directly by clicking on it ...

I want to know what syntax can be used with SSPR to get the same.
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