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Reading User Attributes from an BSP

Hi Everybody,

I have a case where I want to read Portal User Attributes from an application, in this case a BSP.

So i'm interested if it is possible to get Portal-User Attributes into an application in general and in this specific case in a BSP?

Some links to further information would be very nice.

Thanks,

Mladen

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 08:16 PM

    I'm afraid you diddn't understood my question.

    I don't need the users of the SAP System.

    I need user attributes of SAP PORTAL Users. This means I have the BSP implemented in the Portal, through an iView or whatever.

    So I want to read the attributes of the Portal User, not the

    System User.

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 06:32 PM

    what portal attributes do you need in BSP? please give an example/more details.

    regards,

    manasa

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 07:23 PM

    Example:

    I would like to get the Portal User Attributes into a BSP like: Country, Language, Department .....

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      you can get the attributes like those using the structure SYST. This holds data related to the login user, language etc.

      goto transaction SE11 and there give SYST in the database table. this shows the list of fields which you can use.

      language = sy-langu.

      so in the BSP sy-langu has the user language. i dont think you can getcountry though.

      hope this helps.

      regards,

      manasa

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 12:26 PM

    Thanks for the blog,

    can be helpful.

    Does somebody have some more examples?

    Regards,

    Mladen

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