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Nintex - Travel Request Scenario 

Nintex - Travel Request Scenario
I wanted to take a stab at a different type of post today. Most of my posts are around how to solve specific problems or how to achieve a particular piece of workflow logic in a reusable fashion. Todays post actually takes a number of my previous... read more
 

Nintex Workflow - Calculate Half the Size of a Collection UDA 

Nintex Workflow - Calculate Half the Size of a Collection UDA
Calculating the size of a Nintex Workflow collection variable is not hard to do. There is a Collection Operation action and it can be configured to do a Count on a collection variable and store the result in a Number variable. To get half of that... read more
 

Nintex Workflow - Developing a Custom Inline Function 

Nintex Workflow - Developing a Custom Inline Function
In my eyes, I generally don't like to develop something if there's already software that does it. Why reinvent the wheel? But one thing that I find is a must in the software I look at, is that it can be extended through code. Nintex Workflow can be ... read more
 
Posted by Vadim Tabakman Wednesday, April 2, 2014 10:56:00 AM Categories: Inline Functions Nintex Forms Nintex Forms 2013 Nintex Workflow Nintex Workflow 2013

Nintex Workflow - InStr Inline Function 

Finding the position of a piece of text in another piece of text is something I've had a need to do for a while now.  It looks like someone else has had that requirement. So I put together a very simple Inline Function. fn-InStr This inline... read more
 
Posted by Vadim Tabakman Tuesday, February 26, 2013 11:29:00 AM Categories: Inline Functions Nintex Nintex Workflow Nintex Workflow 2013

Nintex Workflow - When Inline Functions don't work 

Inline Functions are a great extension to Nintex Workflow. They open up the ability to do some amazing string manipulation. But what happens when they don't work? Why don't they work? Scenario 1 A text variable (textSample) has the value "Hello... read more
 
Posted by Vadim Tabakman Friday, December 14, 2012 3:03:00 PM Categories: Build Dynamic String Inline Functions Nintex Nintex Workflow

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 ... read more
 
Posted by Vadim Tabakman Saturday, March 17, 2012 10:52:00 PM Categories: Inline Functions Math Calculations Nintex Nintex Workflow User Defined Actions

Nintex Workflow - Math Inline Functions 

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... read more
 
Posted by Vadim Tabakman Sunday, February 5, 2012 2:12:00 PM Categories: Inline Functions Math Calculations Nintex Nintex Workflow

Nintex Workflow - MSDN Hexadecimal use in a Nintex Workflow 

There are a number of places on MSDN, where the values you pass to a SharePoint web service are shown in hexadecimal form. This is all good if you are developing in one of the .Net languages as developers would know what that means. But when you are ... read more
 
Posted by Vadim Tabakman Sunday, February 5, 2012 1:55:00 PM Categories: Build Dynamic String Inline Functions Nintex Nintex Workflow

Nintex Workflow - Enhancing Nintex Workflow through Nintex Workflow 

Interesting title for a blog entry right? Inline Functions in Nintex Workflow really enhance the product, without having to go to the complexity of creating a custom Nintex Workflow action. Granted, this only works with static methods that return a ... read more
 
Posted by Vadim Tabakman Friday, December 16, 2011 10:09:00 AM Categories: Execute SQL Inline Functions Math Calculations Nintex Nintex Workflow User Defined Actions

Nintex Workflow - Trigonometry (why?....why not?) 

Earlier last year, I was curious about performing some Trigonometry calculations in a Nintex workflow and was wondering how to do it. Out of the box, there didn't really seem to be an easy way to do it. I have 2 options. 1. Create a custom action... read more
 
Posted by Vadim Tabakman Friday, December 16, 2011 8:57:00 AM Categories: Inline Functions Math Calculations Nintex Nintex Workflow
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