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Show FirstName and LastName of User who made a comment

Posted on 2011-03-23
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I got the following code to show some comments.

 protected void CommentRepeater_ItemDataBound(object sender, RepeaterItemEventArgs e)
        {
            if (e.Item.ItemType != ListItemType.Item && e.Item.ItemType != ListItemType.AlternatingItem)
                return;
            SocialComment comment = ((SocialComment)e.Item.DataItem);
            Literal litprice = (Literal)e.Item.FindControl("CommentedBy");
            litprice.Text = comment.Owner.DisplayName;
        }

Owner is of type UserProfile

I need to show the first and last name but I dont know how

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Question by:Simbios
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by:GeorgeGergues
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check the property called Title
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title has nothing to do with firstname and lastname
just with comment.Owner["firstname"]

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by:Simbios
ID: 35230127
I solved it myself
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