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Nintex Workflow – Best Practices – Labelling Workflow Actions

This is the second post in my series of best practice posts for Nintex Workflow. In the last post titled “Nintex Workflow – Best Practices – Workflow Design” we examined the important aspects when designing workflows. Although titled “Nintex Workflow – Best Practices – Workflow Design” the principles can be applied to any workflow product […]

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Nintex Workflow – Best Practices – Workflow Design

This is something that comes up in every single conversation about Nintex Workflow I have with partners or clients. What are best practices when it comes to Nintex Workflow? Well, to be honest there is nothing documented and that is what I want to change with this series of blog posts. We will also make […]

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Nintex – A new beginning

Before I finally get to blog a bit more about my favourite topic, Nintex, I am pleased to announce that there has been a few changes in my life. As of November 11th I joined the Nintex team in London, UK, as a Technical Evangelist. Yes, I am back and I am only two weeks […]

KnowTech 2013

A while ago one of my clients pointed my to KnowTech 2013, a conference centered around knowledge management and social media. I personally haven’t been to the conference yet, but by the looks of it, it will be a great networking and learning/sharing opportunity for anyone interested in those topics. Some great topics being presented. […]

String format for multi-value lookup columns in SharePoint

I recently had a question from a client around multi-value lookup columns and how to set them using a workflow. Scenario A list serves as the master list and has a look-up column that is linked to a second list, containing details for a chosen item. In the master list we want to show the title […]

SharePoint Governance – Interview with Peter Sturm

Today I’d like to share an interview on the topic of SharePoint governance, which one of my clients gave. Peter Sturm is a project manager at Bundesagentur für Arbeit (Federal Employment Agency) in Nürnberg, Germany, currently working on a project for a SharePoint based Intranet. Apologies to my English-speaking readers, but the interview is in […]

Create Multilingual InfoPath Forms

I came across this requirement back in 2007 when I first started working with SharePoint 2007 (or MOSS) and InfoPath 2007. Back then I was quite a rookie and I just took the advice from a former colleague that the best way to create multilingual forms is to use code. Yes, code behind InfoPath forms. […]

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Happy New Year 2013

Happy New Year 2013 to all my readers. I was off on vacation for most of December and just got back into work. Was great spending the time with family and friends, catching up, eating lots and enjoying the break from work. So now I have lots of catching up to do, so please bare […]

Nintex announces 2013 Product Wave

Nintex has just announced the release dates for the 2013 wave of their popular products Nintex Workflow 2013, Nintex Forms 2013 and Nintex Workflow for Project Server 2013. The anticipated release dates for their products are December 2012 (Nintex Workflow 2013), January 2013 (Nintex Forms 2013) and the 1st quarter of 2013 (Nintex Workflow for […]

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Project Management with SharePoint just got easier

Last week SharePoint 2013 RTM was released on MSDN and I had to install it straight away. One of the reasons was a presentation I had on Project Management in SharePoint on Friday. For that I wanted to use SharePoint 2013 RTM instead of the Preview version. Just because it has all the icons So […]

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