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Yes, BCS is what you need to use. You don't actually need to setup an external list you just need the connections setup. Here's a link on how to do this in 2010 (similar steps for 2013): http://blogs.msdn.com/b/alimaz/archive/2011/02/20/importing-sharepoint-user-profile-multi-value-properties-using-bcs.aspx


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Add the following CSS: .ms-profile-toggleDetails { display:none; } .ms-profile-hiddenDetails { display:block !important; overflow:visible !important; } This will show all the information by default and hide "Show More" link button.


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Well, based on what Mike claims here the ordering is controlled by the order the rendering controls for the properties are added on the page. For some pages this could be modified using SharePoint designer, but for others this is not possible. That means that as far as I know, custom ordering should not be supported. Also worth mentioning this article, ...


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You can get the login name from the user profile as illustrated below: foreach (UserProfile userProfile in profileManager) { string loginName = userProfile["AccountName"][0] as string; Console.WriteLine(loginName); }


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I would double check that you actually removed the mapping. The page UI is terrible. Once you click remove (or add) you have to confirm it in the page before closing the page. I suspect that the mapping is still there. Failing that you can try to troubleshoot the connection in the miisclient utility, though the best approach is to remove the connection and ...



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