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The Guide of a MOSSLover Becky Isserman's Blog
I was playing with the ItemUpdated Event in a Document Library Definition File using VSEWSS.  I stepped into the filed like a good little girl using the w3wp.exe process.  Guess what the ServerContext is null, so I can't use the UserProfileManager...I found this little MSDN Post:  It turns out there is a bug in the ServerContext, which is a little bizarre considering you can do SPContext.Current.Web/Site...I guess it's time to use the webservice to update user profiles:  You have to love the random bugs:)  Sometimes I wonder if MOSSLover is a appropriate...Maybe I should be the SharePoint Bug Girl Mascot... Posted on Friday, July 11, 2008 2:08 PM MOSS | Back to top

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