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How do I get a tabular, all-at-once view of all the field values for a given user?

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Is there a way, as admin, to see all of a user's profile fields?

Hi,

I'd like to see all of a user's values, including the hidden ones and Custom Profile Fields, all at once.

How do I do this?

Thanks.
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Hi box,

Did you try downloading the members' CSV file?

I'm not sure if it will contain all the fields, including custom ones, as I have not used it, but this is where I would be looking for it outside of the mySQL where you can also export to spreadsheets.

Look here: Admin Zone->Tools->Members->Download member spreadsheet (csv)
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That's true, there is the CSV download option– thanks.

Is there any way to get a tabular view without downloading a file?
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It'd require templating of the member directory. There are Tempcode symbols (documented in Tempcode tutorial) for extracting CPF's, so you could template them in to whatever templates the member directory uses for showing each member row.
Probably not easy though.


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Hi,

So this would require building a screen, as outlined on pages 24-25 of the Code Book– is that right?

Rummaging through phpmyadmin, it looks like

*human-readable names of fields are stored in ocp5_translate

*the values for fields are stored in either  f_custom_fields or cf_name

If I create a new, human-readable table with custom_fields, what would I need to do to get a content page in OCP to read the values from that table?

Thanks!
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