I use

ivy.wf.getSecurityContext().findUser("username");

But this works case sensitive so that the same call with "USERNAME" as parameter does not find the same user.

I need to find a user case insensitive. How to do that?

asked 10.11.2011 at 06:44

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Thomas Kohler
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Unfortunately there is no such PublicAPI method. But what you can do is create a Java class which gets all users with

ivy.wf.getSecurityContext().getUsers()

Then loop over all users and compare them case insensitive and you should have what you want.

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answered 10.11.2011 at 07:34

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