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Using Profiles and Communities business cards
February 11, 2013
Extend your web application by integrating the Profiles and Communities business cards in to the application.
The Profiles business card provides a snapshot of your profile information and contact details. You can adapt the card to change the information that it includes. For example, you can add or remove links, and customize the contact and location information that displays on the card. The Communities business card displays the image associated with the community, and includes key links that allow users to quickly navigate to a community from the application in which the card is deployed.
The use of
™ Object Notation with padding (JSONP) technology in the Profiles and Communities business card will be deprecated in future releases. Although JSONP will continue to be supported, if you are integrating the business card in to your web application and you want to prevent JSONP data from being transmitted by
® Connections, you must use an Ajax proxy.
® Application Server Application Pack for web 2.0 includes an Ajax proxy. For more information, go to:
Portal Server also includes an Ajax proxy. For more information, go to:
Integrating the Communities business card
Include the Communities business card in your web application so that users can quickly navigate to a community from the application.
Integrating the Profiles business card
Include the Profiles business card in your web application so that users can access your profile information and contact details.
Customizing the Profiles business card
Customize the Profiles business card to meet the needs of your organization.
Integrating business cards in to your web application
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