• vadim@workflowexcellence.com
  • Utah, United States

Nintex Workflow – List to CSV UDA

This weeks challenge I set myself, was to create a reusable way of converting a SharePoint list of items into a CSV format.  I want to make it reusable, because this is something I’ve talked about with a bunch of people and everyone will have different list structure.  Redesigning a workflow for each list makes no sense. This post explains […]

Nintex Workflow – Safe Looping

Nintex Workflow comes with a concept called Safe Looping, which is enabled by default. Safe Looping was created to protect the SharePoint environment from a workflow which goes into a infinite loop and inadvertantly affects the SharePoint environment in a negative way (high CPU usage). The way it does this, is during the process of publishing the workflow, if there are […]

Nintex Workflow – State Machine

The Nintex Workflow State Machine is a very useful piece of functionality. Not only is it a great enhancement to workflow design, it also improves maintenance of a workflow in the future. Your workflow logic may require you to jump between difference levels business logic. An example of this, is if you have several levels of synchronous approvals. Having Request […]