Regular Expression to Get All Characters After a Specific Character in Nintex Workflow

You can get all the characters after a specific character in a string using Nintex Workflow. Here are the steps to follow: Insert a Regular Expression action into your Nintex Workflow. Configure it with the following settings: Pattern = (^.*?(?=-)-)  where the "-" is the character (replace both "-" with your desired character) Replacement text = Keep this empty Input... Continue Reading →

Completed Nintex Workflow Pro Certificate and Nintex Workflow Admin Certificate

I recently completed both the Nintex Workflow Pro Certificate and the Nintex Workflow Admin Certificate. The Workflow Pro Certificate is for skilled Nintex platform users and covers designing, creating, and debugging Nintex workflows and forms. The Nintex Workflow Admin Certificate is for skilled Nintex platform administrators and covers various abilities and knowledge including the installation... Continue Reading →

Nintex Workflow Tips and Tricks eBook

I can officially now say that I'm published! Be sure to download the "Nintex Workflow Tips and Tricks" eBook that I authored. Lots of great hints and best practices for Nintex Workflow. Get the Nintex Workflow Tips and Tricks eBook

Number Rounding Using Nintex Workflow (Part 1)

Rounding a number via Nintex Workflow is a two-step process. Start by creating a "Single line of text" and a "Number" workflow variable. Step 1 – Round the Number Use the "Build string" action and configure it to use the fn-Round Inline Function. Set the action fields to: Text = fn-Round({ItemProperty:Number}) Store result in =... Continue Reading →

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