Accessing the user profile macro in a velocity template would look like this:
For XHTML like this:
<ac:macro ac:name="profile"> <ac:parameter ac:name="user">admin</ac:parameter> </ac:macro>
To access from a user macro, you could do a modification of this tutorial:
by accessing the methods you would like from the class:
Hope this helps!
Thanks for the response. I was actually trying to get at a specific method on the ConfluenceUserProfile class, but found a way to access it via a different class in my macro.
Well, I was trying to get the profile picture for the creator of a blog post so that I could add a little "About the author" section on each new blog entry (without the author having to do anything).
Turns out I missed the method I needed when first looking over the User class, but it's right there.
In the blog page decorator, you can use the following to get the user profile picture:
## getUser returns an object of type User #set($blogWriter = $userAccessor.getUser($page.getCreatorName()))
## getUserProfilePicture returns an object of type ProfilePictureInfo #set($pic = $userAccessor.getUserProfilePicture($blogWriter))
#set($picPath = $pic.getDownloadPath())
Do you mean get a user profile to show up on a page, or in another macro? Is this something you're trying to do programmatically?
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