One of the most visited posts on my personal blog is centred around how to build a table of information within a workflow and export the contains to a readable format in an email. So instead of reinventing the wheel I thought I would share a few links I have come across over the last year of so highlighting similar explanations of how to do this task. All of these are right, but all are a little different depending on the results you are after.. Check these links out.
- Formatting a table from Collection Variables - Dan Stoll (_danstoll) on Twitter (Deprecated)
- Creating an HTML table in a Nintex Workflow » The Data Queen - Martina White (TheDataQueen) on Twitter
- Nintex Workflow - XSL Transformation - Vadim Tabakman - Vadim Tabakman (vadim_tabakman) on Twitter
- Scheduled Database E-mail Reporting with Nintex | PortiBlog - by Jordy van Bremen from Portiva (portiva_nl) on Twitter
- Nintex Forms, SharePoint 2010, and a simple Purchase Order approval system | PointBeyond - PointBeyond (PointBeyond) on Twitter
There are some great examples there, and certainly some good food for though. If you come across any other examples or you have a different way of going about it.. Then hook it through in the comments below..
That last link seems to have gone now. Would you be able to update your post if possible?
I liked the Formatting from a table blog entry. Very helpful.