Vadim Tabakman

Nintex Technical Evangelist

Nintex Workflow Nintex Forms

Thursday, April 17, 2014 2:49:00 PM
I wanted to take a stab at a different type of post today. Most of my posts are around how to solve specific problems or how to achieve a particular piece of workflow logic in a reusable fashion. Todays post actually takes a number of my previous... read more
Thursday, April 17, 2014 10:43:00 AM
Calculating the size of a Nintex Workflow collection variable is not hard to do. There is a Collection Operation action and it can be configured to do a Count on a collection variable and store the result in a Number variable. To get half of that... read more
Friday, April 11, 2014 7:45:00 AM
For a while, I didn't think there was an easy way to move an Active Directory user to a different Organizational Unit (OU) using Nintex Workflow. I thought that I'd need to write some code, maybe a web service or a custom action. Well, it turns out ... read more
Tuesday, April 8, 2014 8:17:00 AM
Part 1 of this series was about using Action Sets in Nintex Workflow, and it focused on making your workflows look nicer, so that it's easier to navigate the workflow and also how you can put actions into an Action Set and then save them as Snippet... read more
Wednesday, April 2, 2014 10:56:00 AM
In my eyes, I generally don't like to develop something if there's already software that does it. Why reinvent the wheel? But one thing that I find is a must in the software I look at, is that it can be extended through code. Nintex Workflow can be ... read more
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Sunday, April 20, 2014 8:19:16 PM
A requirement came up the other day, and for intents and purposes was that they had a repeating section and they needed to contain it within certain dimensions within the form. Now with my InfoPAth hat on, I just could not think of how to do this, but then sparked …
Monday, April 14, 2014 3:14:08 AM
If you’re like me and would like to create a task driven workflow for a team that needs to assign approvers and evaluate variables (such as, approvers based on a geographic location, value of a project, etc.) and you don’t want to hard code those approvers and escalation values in the workflow itself (since that […]
Monday, March 31, 2014 11:21:01 PM
Ever woken up feeling rested, thrown back the curtains to reveal a glorious sunny day and thought to yourself; “I want to create something truly beautiful today”? No, me either*. So instead let’s take a really quick look at the Nintex Workflow for Office 365 ‘Office 365 create site’ action and how to configure it. […]
Monday, March 31, 2014 6:49:05 AM
Excuse the heading.. A saying from my youth, from which this issued reminded me of.. This post will be short, simple and sweet.. Ever wanted to hide the ribbon with Nintex Forms 2013 ?? 1 NWF$("#s4-ribbonrow").hide(); Before After   Enjoy J
Sunday, March 30, 2014 11:44:55 PM
An interesting scenario I ran into is one where a user wanted to create a form document quickly and easily (without having to call IT or leverage an outside solution or functionality such as InfoPath, Word Automation Services, etc.) that had dynamic text data from a SharePoint list. This sounded like something that could be […]
Monday, March 24, 2014 3:37:20 AM
So, I’m a big fan of working with metadata (SharePoint views FTW!) instead of logical hierarchies (folders = boo!) and, on several occasions, I have found myself needing to run an action (a review task or approval perhaps) against all of the documents inside of a SharePoint Document Set.   But when I navigate to […]
Monday, March 17, 2014 3:16:59 AM
Have you ever wondered how to use Nintex Workflow web services in your workflow? Great, because this blog post is going to tell you how. Follow the 9 simple steps below: At this point, you can use the output data in the variable to do pretty much whatever you like in the rest of the […]
Monday, March 10, 2014 12:36:17 PM
After taking the weekend to recover (only mentally of course!) from the fun and excitement of a successful SharePoint Conference, in beautiful Las Vegas, NV, I have decided to share some thoughts about what I saw and heard in regards to forms (Session #SPC348 in particular). InfoPath is going away. What will replace it? Well… it’s a […]
Thursday, February 27, 2014 12:15:00 PM
As many of you may know it’s that magical time of year again when everyone (vendors to devs and business folks to IT pros) in the SharePoint world converges in sunny Las Vegas, NV (March 2-6) to learn a thing or two, talk shop and of course network. This confluence occurs thanks to Microsoft and their […]
Tuesday, February 18, 2014 3:21:59 AM
Some people are seeing the “death” of InfoPath as if the sky were falling. Calmer heads aren’t overreacting, but they’re nevertheless starting to look for a replacement. Before going too far down that path, I’d urge careful thought, because I don’t think anyone should be looking for “a” replacement. “Forms” means different things to different […]
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Vadim Tabakman, based out of Utah, USA. Combining over 16 years experience in Software Development, Design, Pre-Sales and Technical Support and Consulting, I've covered a wide spectrum of the Software Development Life Cycle. It has given me a unique perspective on how software is developed, compared to what users actually want to do with it.

In the last 7+ years, I have been developing and supporting solutions for SharePoint and Nintex.

Below, you'll see the current builds of Nintex products that I work with on a daily basis.

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