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Publish a Nintex Workflow dynamically using Nintex workflow actions

Today, we will see how we can publish a Nintex workflow dynamically through Nintex actions. Briefly summarizing, we will create a Nintex workflow(a publisher) which will use workflow actions to publish a workflow(let’s call it ‘Project Details’). Step 1 – Store the ‘Project Details’ workflow in Document Library To begin, add the workflow, that needs to be published, in a […]

Add a Spell checker in infopath form

SharePoint has a spell checking web service which can be viewed at “_vti_bin/SpellCheck.asmx” and can be used to check spelling errors. So, to enable spell check in Infopath form, we can use this webservice. Basically, in your New or EditForm.aspx, add either content editor webpart or Html Form webpart with this code that calls this […]

Nintex – Item has already been added. Key in dictionary: vti_privatelistexempt” key being added

You may come across this error while publishing WF created using Nintex. Most likely, You exported your workflow from one environment and importing it into a site in another environment. You cold import and save it successfully but when you try to publish, you get – “Item has already been added. Key in dictionary: vti_privatelistexempt” […]

How to check if User Account is disabled in Active Directory from SharePoint using Nintex

Let’s jump straight in. It’s pretty straightforward to check if User Accout is disabled/enabled in Active Directory from sharepoint using Nintex.  For this demo, just create a sharepoint list and  simply manually add emailIds of users from AD in it. You can also write a server code to copy users from AD into SP list which […]

Lazy approval with Nintex Workflow

Today, I want to talk about very useful feature provided by SharePoint workflows called ‘Lazy Approval’. This feature allows you to get input from approvers or users via email. Approver can ‘Approve’ or ‘Reject’ requests without logging to the sharepoint site. It also enables users to fill form and submit data into SharePoint list through email. To see Lazy […]

Map InfoPath people Picker to Sharepoint People Picker

Actuallly, we can’t map Infopath people picker field to Sharepoint people picker field directly using InfoPath designer. There is a need to play a little trick here. I created this one stop solution by reffering to different blogs/articles on internet but no article had the complete solution. Solution will be a combination of InfoPath and Nintex […]