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Notes from Moodle 2.1 uploaduser.php
firstname, lastname, username, email, city, country, lang, timezone, mailformat, maildisplay, maildigest, htmleditor, ajax, autosubscribe ,institution, department , idnumber, skype , msn, aim, yahoo, icq, phone1, phone2, address, url, description, descriptionformat, password, auth, oldusername , deleted, course1, course2, course3, course4
// watch out when changing auth type or using external auth plugins! // use oldusername when renaming users - this is the original username // 1 means delete user //course# not sure about these put short course name
--chris collman 21:22, 22 November 2011 (WST)
The english_country_names_and_code_elements.htm link on the iso.org website is no longer valid. The Web Archive copy of that page indicates that the same info is now on http://www.iso.org/iso/country_names_and_code_elements, so I'm updating the link.
--Luis de Vasconcelos 14:52, 13 July 2012 (WST)
- Thanks Luis for your help :-) --Helen Foster 17:34, 18 July 2012 (WST)
In the description of the field TYPE some id's are mentioned. Please be aware that these are not the same as you should use in the column ROLE. In ROLE you should use the ID of the roles that can be found through 'Define roles'. Can't quite figure out what TYPE is meant for.
Note moodle 2.8: Uploading using %-l in username field got me -l as username, not the lastname in lowercase.