Vadim Tabakman

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Q. Where can I get the Nintex Workflow 2013 SDK?

A. The location has recently changed and can be found here: link to SDK. With that, you'll be able to build custom actions, inline functions, build SP deployments to publish workflows and custom actions.

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Nintex Product Versions

Product Version
Nintex for SharePoint 2016 (English) 4.2.0.0 (8th March 2017)
Nintex for SharePoint 2016 (Int'l) 4.2.0.0 (8th March 2017)
Nintex Workflow 2013 (English) 3.2.2.0 (8th March 2017)
Nintex Workflow 2013 (Int'l) 3.2.2.0 (8th March 2017)
Nintex Workflow 2010 (English) 2.5.2.0 (8th March 2017)
Nintex Workflow 2010 (Int'l) 2.5.2.0 (8th March 2017)
Nintex Workflow for Project Server 2010 (English) 2.0.9.0 (24th December 2015)
Nintex Workflow for Project Server 2010 (Int'l) 2.0.9.0 (24th December 2015)
Nintex Workflow for Project Server 2013 3.1.9.0 (2nd November 2016)
Nintex Workflow 2007 (English) 11310 (12th June 2012)
Nintex Workflow 2007 (Int'l) 11310 (12th June 2012)
Nintex Forms 2013 (English) 2.10.0.0 (8th March 2017)
Nintex Forms 2013 (Int'l) 2.10.0.0 (8th March 2017)
Nintex Forms 2010 (English) 1.11.4.0 (25th January 2017)
Nintex Forms 2010 (Int'l) 1.11.4.0 (25th January 2017)
Nintex Mobile 4.5.0.0 (21st January 2017)
Nintex App Studio 30th January 2017
Nintex Workflow for Office 365 15th June 2016
Nintex Forms for Office 365 15th June 2016

 

Me

Vadim Tabakman, based out of Utah, USA. Combining over 20 years experience in Software Development, Design, Pre-Sales and Technical Support and Consulting, I've covered a wide spectrum of the Software Development Life Cycle. It has given me a unique perspective on how software is developed, compared to what users actually want to do with it.

In the last 8+ years, I have been performing pre-sales, developing and supporting solutions for SharePoint and Nintex.

Below, you'll see the current builds of Nintex products that I work with on a daily basis.

You can find me on Twitter, on LinkedIn and hanging around on Nintex Connect.

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Monday, November 27, 2017 9:19:00 AM
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Tuesday, November 21, 2017 10:21:00 AM
Parsing CSV files is not hard. But with Nintex Workflow Cloud, you also have to take into account where that CSV file will be. It could be as simple as something filling in a form, and passing the url into one of the fields. It could be a... read more
 
Friday, November 3, 2017 9:34:00 AM
The idea behind this process, is that we want to have an order Nintex form that has a repeating section with order items in it. Those order items, we want to appear in another list. An Order Items list. There are a few caveats here. We want to... read more
 
Wednesday, January 17, 2018 2:00:59 AM
If you use Nintex Drawloop + DocuSign you have probably using the Signer recipient type and are wondering what the different recipient Types are and when they can be used. Below we break down what each recipient Type does and provide use case examples: Agent If you do not know who needs to sign the… Continue reading What are these DocuSign Recipient Types within Nintex Drawloop?
Tuesday, January 16, 2018 2:00:25 AM
One of my favorite features from the Nintex Drawloop + DocuSign partnership is the ability to have your generated document immediately appear within Salesforce1 on a mobile device for signature without sending an email to the recipient requesting their signature. For example, a car dealership would like to generate a contract on their iPad and… Continue reading Embedded Signing: View & Sign DocuSign Agreements within Salesforce
Monday, January 15, 2018 2:00:57 AM
Problem: Each time a DocGen Package is ran you’d like the generated document to attach to a parent object. For example, each time XYZ Non-Profit generates a receipt for a Contact they would like the generated receipt document to attach to the Account record. Solution: We will use an Insert-Update to attach the document to… Continue reading How to attach generated documents to a parent object
Sunday, January 14, 2018 10:10:59 AM
To customize the number of rows displayed within your LOOP Storage inline visualforce page use add the following syntax to your VF page: [crayon-5a6061fb39859513165222/] Below is an example of the entire inline visualforce syntax which will display 7 rows of records on our custom Payments object: [crayon-5a6061fb3986e608918841/]  
Monday, December 11, 2017 8:58:30 AM
Many people would like to automate the document generation process when an action is taken such as a field is updated. This can be done by configuring Nintex Drawloop to use a workflow and outbound message. This is often called at automated DDP. Use the detailed guide below to assist you in the configuration.  … Continue reading Automated Document Generation with Nintex Drawloop
Sunday, December 10, 2017 8:22:10 AM
Add [crayon-5a6061fb3ab11415361411-i/]  to your ‘Generate Documents’ button if you are using Nintex Drawloop in a Trialforce org in order to avoid errors.
Saturday, December 9, 2017 7:42:57 AM
Problem: The VP of Sales would like to know how many Opportunities have the Lead Source of ‘Word of Mouth’. Additionally, she would like the number broken down by the Stage. Solution: Use the sample syntax below to write a SOQL query using GROUP BY. [crayon-5a6061fb3ae24426129682/]  
Saturday, December 9, 2017 7:24:07 AM
Problem: Members of the Sales Team must fill in the Next Step and Campaign fields on an Opportunity in order to generate a Quote document using Nintex Drawloop Document Generation. If the ‘Generate Documents’ button is clicked and one of the fields is blank an error message specifying the blank field should be presented to… Continue reading Drawloop Button: Specific error for multiple criteria
Friday, November 24, 2017 1:22:57 PM
Problem: You only want Users to be able to generate a document when an attachment with a specific name exists for that record. Also, the attachment should be included in the generate document package. Solution: After configuring the Salesforce approval process, create a custom button using the sample syntax below: [crayon-5a6061fb3b43a949616477/]  
Friday, November 24, 2017 1:06:29 PM
Problem: You would like Users to generate a document ONLY after the record has gone through an approval process. Solution: After configuring the Salesforce approval process, create a custom button using the sample syntax below: [crayon-5a6061fb3b75d879216935/]