Getting the Current User Name or ID in SharePoint using SharePoint Designer (no code)

So there I was, a project purely to be developed without code, a former coder’s worst nightmare! I came across a slight issue where I needed to allow certain users access to edit fields on a form and others to view. The following article helped a bundle:

 http://blogs.msdn.com/b/joshuag/archive/2008/06/03/getting-the-current-user-name-or-id-in-sharepoint-using-sharepoint-designer-no-code.aspx?Redirected=true

It was written for SharePoint Designer 2007 but still applies for 2010 🙂

Thanks to Josh Gaffery …

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2 thoughts on “Getting the Current User Name or ID in SharePoint using SharePoint Designer (no code)

  1. Charles says:

    HI
    Is there a way to capture this value and use in the html of the aspx page?
    I want to fill in a hiddden input box.

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