No matter what combination I try (User ID, User Name, Login Name, Display Name) I cannot get the action to update a user column. I just get the error:
[InputMetaDataXml] : The 'Fields to update' is invalid. Input string was not in a correct format.
Either I'm not doing something right and the Instructions don't have proper guidance for Updating Users, or the action doesn't work.1 vote
I am in the middle of developing a workflow, and when the workflow hits an "O365" action, it freezes for several minutes. HUGE performance issue!!31 votes
Every time we call a web request it takes close to 10 mins for the request to even initiate from Nintex.
We call an Azure hosted web api from within Nintex and we make a log entry just before the request and then we the actual request being made to the Azure API after 10 mins of this log entry.
What are the reasons for the delay. Can we speed up this process. Its a nightmare trying to develop something with some much of lag time.
Setting the default value for a Text workflow variable is not working.1 vote
I would like Share a document with an external user via workflow. This way I would not have to email the attachment and be able to collaborate and co-author the document.1 vote
I have document sets in my document library. I want to update the permission dynamically, but it provides me the following error:
"Unable to find the item to update".
Whenever I "include the folder" it automatically disappear when i opened this on next time.2 votes
I have two Nintex workflow in separate SharePoint list (workflow1 in List1 and workflow2 in list2). workflow1 will update a column from ‘No’ to ‘Yes’ in list2, in this case wokflow2 should trigger because ‘Start when items are modified’ is enabled in workflow2. However it not happening. Any issue with settings?4 votes
i copy my email template for mulit task node, but it only the first email right, the copying email run as attachment pic1 vote
New date format action has issues converting to Australian date formats when working with collections (extremely common in our workflows), support has yet to resolve open tickets about this. It's 2018 how is this kind of thing still a problem?1 vote
I am currently experiencing issues with evaluating a choice column that is a checkbox which allows multiple selection.
When I use the conditional branch action to evaluate this column I receive an error message during run time regardless of whether I use equals to or contains.
It seems like even if I try to set that column in a variable (either text or dictionary) and then attempt to log it to the history list, it will also produce the error.
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