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5/29/2013 7:38 PM
 

hi, i need to display a textbox to update/insert one user profile field on a DNN site rather than sending the user to the profile page itself... is there a way to do this with a SQL command?

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Oliver

 
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5/30/2013 6:55 AM
 
You can create a module and use the DNN API to update any user field.

Check out this post:

http://www.dotnetnuke.com/Resources/Forums/forumid/108/threadid/414528/scope/posts.aspx

I didn't like the default user profile and registration pages in DNN and created my own.

Mark
 
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5/30/2013 7:03 AM
 

Hi, thanks you for the reply - I was trying to do this without programming. 

I have a DNN module that allows me to pass a parameter to a stored procedure (e.g. the user first name from the textbox) 
I was just wondering if anyone has done this using SQL rather than custom programming.
It is a few years ago that I did my last DNN programming - (almost ;-) no need for it anymore...

Thanks,
Olvier

 
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