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4/8/2019 5:49 PM
 

I need add a large number of custom user profile properties. I see the profile property definition table has most of the information. However, there is a second localization step when adding a new property via the user interface. Where is that data stored? If anyone has done this before and can share a solid method I would appreciate it. 


Forerunner Communications, LLC
DotNetNuke Integration Specialists

 
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4/9/2019 2:02 AM
 
Hi Cliff,

There are at least two db tables where properties are stored: [UserProfile] and [ProfilePropertyDefinition]
It's worth to consider utilize DNN API to create new properties, rather that directly hit the database. Please look at this method:
DotNetNuke.Entities.Profile.ProfileController.AddPropertyDefinition(ProfilePropertyDefinition definition);
 
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4/10/2019 2:22 PM
 
You may get some ideas from here: https://github.com/ashishpd/DnnSQL

Ash Prasad
Director of Engineering
DNN Corp.
 
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