18 thoughts on “SharePoint user profiles part-2 Working with user profiles through SharePoint object model

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  4. Hi,
    I am not able to access user profile custom properties. I get an InvalidOperation Exception.Here is my code. I am writing a http module for OnAuthenticate event. So I don’t have SPContext.app is HttpApplication

    SPServiceContext serviceContext = SPServiceContext.GetContext(siteCollection);
    UserProfileManager upm = new UserProfileManager(serviceContext, false);
    UserProfile up = upm.GetUserProfile(app.User.Identity.Name);
    if (up != null)
    {
    UserProfileValueCollection upvc = up[“PSCountry”];//Get exception at this line
    if (upvc.Count == 1)
    {
    string UserData= upvc[0].ToString();
    }
    }

    THanks in advance

  5. Hey man when you update the user profile using the profilemanager do you know if you have to commit changes? I have used the commit() method using powershell and the changes appear in the users profile but when I run an incremental sync of the profiles I get some wierd results.

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