Using Profile 2 with Entity Reference–How to display the user name and not the “Profile Name”

I’ve reviewed the threads similar to this, and can’t seem to find a definitive answer. I have a Content Type in Drupal 7 where I want to be able to associate multiple users to a content item. For example, I have a “Music Ensemble” content type, and I want the ensemble leader to be able to select all of their ensemble members from the list of user profiles.

I’ve been through all the steps to configure a view with the Entity Reference Widget, and add / configure the Entity Reference field on my content type. When I go to create a content item, the View loads, displays the correct profile fields and allows me to select users.

However, when I submit the view form and return to the content UI, I get the following:

ensemble widget

The “Main profile” text is displayed for every member I select. What I really want to display on the content item is the user’s name from their profile.

I can’t seem to find a way to configure around this. Is this simply a limitation of the Entity Reference / Profile 2 relationship, or is there something I’m missing that could solve this? I can figure things out on the front-end display with Views, but this is rather challenging for someone unfamiliar with content authoring (which most of my authors are).

Thanks in advance for any help.

How to stop Windows Explorer using the user folder in the Navigation Pane?

As a follow-up to this question, is there any way at all to prevent Windows Explorer from using the User Folder in the Navigation Panel instead of the proper path?

On Windows 10, when you click on a Quick Access folder in Windows Explorer with “Expand to open folder” on, if the folder is within the user folder, instead of opening the folder in the file structure, it opens it within the User folder within the navigation pane.

I need to retain “Expand to open folder” as otherwise when you go up the tree you lose context and navigation options in the Navigation Pane.

Is the Navigation Pane completely broken on Windows 10? Why can’t I use Quick Access to go to the real path? Why can’t I remove the User Folder from the Navigation Pane once and for all?

How to get All Users in User Profile Services Sharepoint 2013 Using CSOM

I need some function like bellow on CSOM. could you help me ?


if ((Get-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue) -eq $  null) {      Add-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell"  }   $  site = new-object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite("<<WebApplicationSiteUrl>>");   $  ServiceContext = [Microsoft.SharePoint.SPServiceContext]::GetContext($  site);    $  ProfileManager = new-object Microsoft.Office.Server.UserProfiles.UserProfileManager($  ServiceContext)     $  AllProfiles = $  ProfileManager.GetEnumerator()    foreach($  profile in $  AllProfiles)   {       $  DisplayName = $  profile.DisplayName       $  AccountName = $  profile[[Microsoft.Office.Server.UserProfiles.PropertyConstants]::AccountName].Value       write-host "Profile for account ", $  AccountName }   write-host "Finished."  $  site.Dispose() 

Is it possible to securely run user defined python code in AWS?

I would like to create an app that accepts users python scripts and executes them as part of its functionality. What I am wondering is if its possible to block I/O, network and other attack vectors so I can have some confidence my AWS resources/account won’t be compromised?

Or if I isolate the process into a linux user account with few permissions would that be good enough?

Or is my best bet trying to adopt it to something like Brython or Jupyter to have it run in the browser and rely on those libraries for security?

I know there are companies like Codility that SEEM to do this successfully. However I know of others like Quantopian, that have been hacked. I apologize I don’t have a lot of experience with this type of issue.

SP 2010 – User Email Alerts without SP Access

Hoping for some insight, is it possible to set up users to get email alerts from a list and somehow stop them from being able to actually see anything on the actual SharePoint site?

I tried the route of not giving the users site permission and setting them up with email alerts, but they don’t get anything after the initial “set up” email, so my current theory is they need some sort of permission to actual receive the emails, based on re-doing the alert, asking them to check their spam/junk folders. (however if that is wrong, feel free to correct me).

Essentially, without getting into too much detail, I’m setting up an attendance log, and the goal is to have specific users from specific teams get an email alert when someone on their team calls out and is put down on the list, but we don’t want them to have full access to the list of people who have called out for the day

Unfortunately, I’m not at all involved with our Company IT, so I’m sort of out of my element here, but I figure if I at least know this is possible, and how, I can kindly communicate that to our SP IT group for their assistance/rescue, hah.

GAE Standard: In what cases would I actually require a single instance to run permanently vs. spinning up only when there’s user activity?

I’m looking to create a website on GAE utilizing the Node.js Standard environment. The website will be a two-sided marketplace (similar to Fiverr, Uber, Airbnb, etc.) where I’d be performing back-end logic and CRUD updates with the Cloud Firestore database. I’m also looking to leverage Firebase Authentication, Cloud Storage, Cloud Functions, and Cloud Messaging.

Given my use case above, am I okay with just using the F1 instance class with the auto_scaling option that only creates an instance with actual user activity on my website (assuming low user activity)? If not, why?

What limitations should I keep in mind that may cause me problems right off the bat or in the near future? Roughly how much user activity would make this impractical? Why?

Thanks in advance.

Comparing user flows for products

I am challenged with presenting 2+ applications & their user flows to my product partners as a bird’s eye view. Some of the steps will be common & some unique to these products. The purpose is to highlight a common step- user validation that occurs across a few applications but at different points during the experience. Any suggestions on an elegant way to solve this? Here’s a quick & dirty visual i came up with. Any thoughts on this representation will be helpful![enter image description here]1