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Retrieve Full Name from an Actors Project Role

I need to retrieve an project Actors Full Name (i.e Bob Smith), when iterating over project roles.

Currently I am able to use:

//Gets all of the projects, along with project roles (i.e. "developer" + username and full name, i.e. bed2scp Daniel Burke ENGIT_Developer)
for(Project projectarray in projectArray){
for(ProjectRole projectrole in projectRoles){
def actorRole = projectRoleManager.getProjectRoleActors(projectrole, projectarray)
//projectLead = projectarray.getProjectLead()

if(actorRole.getUsers().toArray().size() >= 1){
log.error("\r\n" + projectarray.getKey() + "_" + projectrole.getName() + "=" + actorRole.getUsers().toArray() + "" + "\n" + "\r\n")

However, this only retrieves the users username i.e. bed2scp 

Ideally I would like to have both like: bed2scp Daniel Burke 

I tried to use:

//Gets all of the projects, along with project roles (i.e. "developer" + username and full name, i.e. bed2scp Daniel Burke ENGIT_Developer)
for(Project projectarray in projectArray){
for(ProjectRole projectrole in projectRoles){
def actorRole = projectRoleManager.getProjectRoleActors(projectrole, projectarray)
//projectLead = projectarray.getProjectLead()

if(actorRole.getUsers().toArray().size() >= 1){
log.error("\r\n" + projectarray.getKey() + "_" + projectrole.getName() + "=" + actorRole.getUsers().toArray() + actorRole.getDisplayName() + "" + "\n" + "\r\n")

But this method is not valid.

 

Please help!

1 answer

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Answer accepted

Hello, 

getUsers is returning a set of ApplicationUsers. You need to go through that set and get the display name for each user. Something like this should work to get them:

def userNames = actorRole.getUsers()
def displayNames = userNames.each {it.displayName}

Let me know if this helps or if you have any other questions. :)
Jenna

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