Last updated January 4, 2011. Created by dwightaspinwall on January 4, 2011.
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The User Import Framework (uif) module provides simple, extensible user import via CSV (comma-separated value) files. The guiding philosophy is to make the import process as simple as possible for the end-user (the user doing the import). Hooks allow the developer (you) to add the bells and whistles you need, e.g. content_profile support, while providing a framework which takes care of the tedious aspects of the job (forms, input parsing).

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Here is an example of how to set the value of custom fields on import rather than having them set in the CSV:

<?php
/**
* Implements hook_uif_pre_create().
*
* Enter description here ...
* @param unknown_type $account
* @param unknown_type $user_data
*/
function example_uif_pre_create($account, $user_data) {
   
$fields = array();
    if (
$account->mail == 'test@example.com') {
       
$fields['field_chosen_one'][LANGUAGE_NONE][0]['value'] = TRUE;
    }
    if (!empty(
$user_data['field_messiah'])) {
       
$fields['field_is_the_messiah'][LANGUAGE_NONE][0]['value'] = TRUE;
    }
    return
$fields;
}
?>

Hope this helps anyone wanting to set field values when importing a user.

Cheers

Tom

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