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how to retrieve selected username in custom jsp


Hello,



I have a form with a standard element where people can choose a vibe user. The custom entry is named 'opvolger'.



When I write a custom jsp to view the form I use ${ssDefinitionEntry.customAttributes['opvolger'].value} to get the user. This returns a number, probably the user ID in Vibe. How can I transform this into the username in my jsp?












Met vriendelijke groet,


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