Start Workflow with PowerShell

Document created by Eric Harris Employee on Mar 28, 2016Last modified by Eric Harris Employee on May 15, 2016
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Starting a workflow via PowerShell can be a useful function and can speed up a lot of work.

 

AuthorVadim Tabakman
DescriptionThe first one is a script to start a SharePoint workflow, using the SharePoint object model. The second one is a script to start a Nintex Workflow, using a call to the Nintex Workflow web service. Let's start with whether you want a SharePoint Workflow or a Nintex Workflow? Click the appropriate image below
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Vadim Tabakman  - Nintex Workflow - Start Workflow with PowerShell - Vadim Tabakman

IndustryProfessional Services
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Nintex Workflow 2010

NIntex Workflow 2013

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SharePoint 2010

SharePoint 2013

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DependenciesMust have Windows PowerShell and Nintex Workflow installed

 

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