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How do I get access to the Technical User ID for the logged on user in ABSL

Hi,

Can anyone tell me how I can get access to the Technical User ID of the logged on user in ABSL.

Below is the screenshot of an example user in our system that I need the information for.
This is just one example of many, so I cannot just hardcode the value - I need to be able to retrieve it from the system.

I know I can use the following to get the logged on user :

var user;

var identity;

user = Context.GetCurrentIdentityUUID();

if(!user.content.IsInitial())

{

identity = Identity.Retrieve(user);

}

with the userid held in identity.id

(from the example above EmployeeMan)

However, the field I need to access for my process is the Technical User ID, shown here as : K8S3KUFE9W8
And I cannot find out where this value is stored......

Any help gratefully received.

Jon.

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2016 at 01:25 PM

    Hello Jon,

    This is the element TechnicalUser at the Root node of the BO Identity.

    Unfortunately it is not PSM released. 😔

    And as it is - by the name - a technical field I doubt that they will release it.

    But may ask (via an incident) for a release.

    If you business case is valid, ...

    HTH,

    Horst

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