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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 – Savings and Loans

On a recent project I worked on, I came up with a few reusable pieces of Workflow logic that I built into User Defined Actions.  The original task was to design workflows whose important components were build around bank interest rates, savings and loans. Savings Giving a starting amount, an annual interest rate and a specified number of years, what […]

Nintex Workflow – Math Power UDA

Had a moment of insanity and completely forget that Nintex Workflow had a fn-Power inline function. That, together with choosing not to write some code to make an inline function or a custom action, I decided to make a UDA that would perform a Math Power calculation.  Dumb?…oh yes.  But hey, I went to the trouble of making it, I […]

Nintex Workflow – Verbose Logging

Verbose Logging is a feature that is fairly new and is slowly being picked up by the masses. Where as before, workflow designers would use the Log in the History List action to log all the information they wanted to see for debugging, now they can enable the Verbose Logging functionality and be provided with a plethora of data. Having […]

Nintex Workflow – Math Inline Functions

The Inline Function functionality has really opened up Nintex Workflow design. You can use any of the out-of-the-box inline functions (look up the Nintex Workflow help – get it at http://connect.nintex.com). But the really exciting thing is that Microsoft provides other static methods that you can add to Nintex Workflow and do even more in the product. I talked about […]