Vadim Tabakman

Nintex Workflow - XSL Transformation 

What is XSL? XSL stands for Extensible Stylesheet Language.  It is used to transform an XML document into something else that is more user friendly.  A most common practice is transform XML into HTML. In a Nintex Workflow scenario, there are a... read more
Posted by Vadim Tabakman Wednesday, October 10, 2012 3:45:00 PM Categories: Call Web Service Nintex Nintex Workflow Send Notification XSLT

Nintex Workflow - ToDo Task Parallel Processing 

In contrast to the Nintex Workflow Request Data action, which only supports getting data from a single user, the Assign a ToDo Task can assign tasks to many users.  Often, you may have a single Assign a ToDo Task action, assigning tasks to several... read more

Nintex Workflow - Create Site with a Dynamic Site Template 

The Create Site action in Nintex Workflow is a great action and you can create a site based off a site template.  The Site Template can be selected at design time.  But there are certain situations where you don't know the template at design... read more
Posted by Vadim Tabakman Monday, October 8, 2012 5:25:00 PM Categories: Call Web Service Nintex Nintex Workflow Query XML Templates User Defined Actions Web Request

Nintex Workflow - Querying a List with Paging 

When you have a large number of items in a list and you need to query them, sometimes querying the whole lot using the Query List action is not the best practice. Depending on the number of items, you could potentially get a timeout on the workflow... read more

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... read more
Posted by Vadim Tabakman Sunday, September 30, 2012 8:10:00 PM Categories: Action Set Build Dynamic String Math Calculations Nintex Nintex Workflow Run Parallel Actions Set a Variable User Defined Actions


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