Probably a stupid question - when I find out what the answer is but ..
What is the accepted strategy for locating a 'UserInformation' objects so that asset owners can be updated via the client API.
I can conceive of a mechanism of creating dummy assets, one per owner, then search for the asset and retrieving its owner's UI to use to update other assets - but this just doesn't fell right. The nearest I can find is RAM1.getUsers(userIds) but RAM1 seems to be an internal packaged class.
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2 replies Latest Post - 2010-04-02T08:24:05Z by land-land
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Updated on 2010-04-02T08:24:05Z at 2010-04-02T08:24:05Z by land-land
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Re: Client API - How do I acquire UserInformation objects?2010-04-02T08:24:05Z in response to kbauerThanks for the quick reply, I knew I was going to regret the question! - I'd missed that method, for some reason I convinced myself I could only retrieve the current user. Again, Thanks.