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Intune Data Warehouse: enabling deeper reporting capabilities

Having the right data at your fingertips is a must for busy IT teams managing diverse mobile environments. That’s why Intune’s reporting graphs and charts are mainstays of our administrative experience – allowing you to monitor your environment and view the status of devices and apps across several dimensions, including device compliance, device configuration, app […]

Add a Function to Nintex Workflow 2013 as a Custom Workflow Action

In this third post to the series, Function to Microservice with the Nintex Workflow Platform, I look at how you can add your function to Nintex Workflow 2013 as a custom action.  I’ll walk you through installing a custom action. You can use custom actions to provide the functionality found in many open-source libraries, in your own console applications, or to […]

Matt Briggs and Vadim Tabakman on Using Nintex Workflow as a Microservices Plateform

Use the Nintex Platform as a microServices Platform [Video | PDF ]

Add a Function to Nintex Workflow 2013 as an Inline Function

In this second post to the series, Function to Microservice with the mattbriggs.us Workflow Platform, I look at how you can add your function to mattbriggs.us Workflow 2013 as an inline function. In these posts I reference a console application containing a function that converts a XML to JSON, or JSON to XML. The function will […]

Function to Microservice with the Nintex Workflow Platform

One way of looking at extending the Nintex Workflow Platform is to focus on the smallest unit of processing: the function. This series of posts will look at how you can approach your function as a portable unit in the Nintex Workflow Platform. I’m going to look at defining the boundaries of your function, what […]

Export and Deploy a Nintex Workflow with PowerShell

You can use the NWAdmin PowerShell snap-in available through the SharePoint 2013 Management Shell on your SharePoint 2013 server with Nintex Workflow installed. You can use NWAdmin and the ExportWorkflow andDeployWorkflow commands to export and deploy a Nintex workflows using a script. For the complete post, see the Nintex Community.

Export and Publish Nintex Workflow with the SOAP Web Service

You can use a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) client to hit the Nintex Workflow SOAP endpoints. With Visual Studio, you can add the Nintex service as a resource and then build a client. In this post, I show you how to add the resource, create your client, configure your bindings, and then use the export and publish […]

Create a Custom Action for Nintex Workflow 2013

Did you know you can create a custom action in Nintex Workflow 2013 using Visual Studio and the Nintex 2013 Platform SDK. With a custom action, you can: insert your function into a Nintex workflow pass data from the workflow into your function return information processed by the function to the workflow where it can be used […]

Genre of Silence

From Robert Clark Young, Connotation Press‘s Nonfiction Editor: “While Connotation Press is far from the first magazine in the history of the publishing world to run photos with a story, or even the first online magazine to do so, one cool thing about our website is that we can put up all manner of multimedia projects just […]

Generating Form XML for Nintex Forms

You can create a Nintex Forms XML with an application and upload the file to a SharePoint list. The Nintex Forms On Premises 2013 SDK contains a code sample of an application that will take a stripped down XML description of a form and create a Nintex Form. In this post, I’ll walk through my […]

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