Vadim Tabakman

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Here are some common User Defined Actions you may come across a need for.  I'm keeping this post short and sweet, as it's just to provde the User Defined Action files and they are fairly straight forward.

1. Get First Date of the Next Month

2. Get First Date of This Month

3. Get Last Date of This Month

4. Number of Days This Month

5. Number of Days Next Month

These were built based on a US format date (mm/dd/yyyy).  So if you are located in a place like Australia, where the date format is (dd/mm/yyyy), you'll need to modify the Regular Expressions in the UDAs to cater for that.

To import these User Defined Actions, you will need to first go to create a new User Defined Action, and in the workflow designer, click on the Import button in the ribbon and import the file.

Downloads

 Nintex Workflow 2010 : v2.3.7.0

 Get First Day of Next Month: Download UDA

 Get First Day of This Month: Download UDA

 Get Last Day of This Month: Download UDA

 Get Number of Days This Month: Download UDA

 Get Number of Days Next Month: Download UDA

Posted by Vadim Tabakman Monday, March 25, 2013 8:30:00 AM Categories: Nintex Workflow User Defined Actions
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Wednesday, September 18, 2013 3:59:52 AM
Peter De Meester

re: Nintex Workflow - Date User Defined Actions

Hi Vadim,

Thanks for the good directions. I made a little change to the UDA. I use the "Store ISO 8601 Date string". In that way, nevermind the regional settings, I know in the text where the day and/or month is positioned.

Greets,

Peter

Friday, August 28, 2015 3:23:16 PM
Allan
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re: Nintex Workflow - Date User Defined Actions

Hi, could you please update these for Nintex Workflow 2013 3.x? Thanks! :-)

Tuesday, September 1, 2015 8:11:41 AM

re: Nintex Workflow - Date User Defined Actions

Hi Allan,

instead of going to Manage User Defined Actions and clicking on Import there, click on the Create button to bring up the designer.

Then click the Import button there and you'll be able to import these files.

cheers,

Vadim

Thursday, September 10, 2015 2:41:07 PM
Allan
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re: Nintex Workflow - Date User Defined Actions

Thank you very much Vadim, that worked for me. I was going to the wrong place to import these which caused errors.

 

Thanks,

Allan

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