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Show more user attributes in the affected user selection pop-up.

Jason_MeyerJason_Meyer Customer Adept IT Monkey ✭✭
Our organization has about 35k users, and we have multiple Bob Smith's for example.   Currently with Service Portal, when you start to type in a name, the list only consists of the users name. If we need to pick Bob Smith, we can't tell which user is which because Service Portal only lists the record by display name. It needs to be able to list other attributes, phone number, e-mail address, or Company, then we could tell if we were picking the correct Bob Smith.

If anyone has any custom code that enables this in the selection window I would be interested in seeing it.

We have already customized the portal to where once a selection is made, more attributes on that user are displayed below the "Affected User" field.  Thank you "Cireson Support Community" for that.
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  • Jason_MeyerJason_Meyer Customer Adept IT Monkey ✭✭
    Coming back to this one, I've also noticed that when typing in a name, the results that displayed seems to use 'contains' versus 'begins with' as the logic..   As an example, if I type in Meyer, the results will begin with anything that 'contains' Meyer..   Like Brinkmeyer...      Could we get "Starts With" as the filter?
  • Brian_WiestBrian_Wiest Customer Super IT Monkey ✭✭✭✭✭
    Play around with your admin settings -> UserQuery to meet your business needs. 
    I have updated mine to make sure the analysts only select users with email address so workflows are able to properly send out notifications.
    (DisplayName LIKE '%' + @Query + '%' OR UserName LIKE '%' + @Query + '%') AND EmailAddress1 IS NOT Null

    Based on your statement something like
    (DisplayName LIKE '@Query + '%' OR UserName LIKE '@Query + '%') 
    Would archive the starts with filter. Play around in SQL to get the right syntax replacing the @Query with a test string "Meyer" until you get the results you want, then place the string in the portal admin settings. 
    The UserQuery admin setting runs against ServiceManagement.dbo.CI$User
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