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I have a visualforce component which I use for displaying the user's name. Currently, I am doing it using the following:

!$User.FirstName} {!$User.LastName}

Is there any way I can display the User's Account as well as using this without writing SOQL. I would not like to create a controller just to display the user's account and am hoping there is a simpler and easier way using just Visual force.

I did try !$User.Contact.Account}

But it gave me an error.


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The following two things you may want to try:

  1. Reference the Account Name from the $User Visualforce global variable.


  2. If that doesn't work, create a new formula field on the User object named Contact Account Namewith this formula: Contact.Account.Name. Once you have created that formula field, you should be able to reference it in Visualforce using: {!$User.Contact_Account_Name__c}.

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