woutert
Forms Fledgling

Re: How to merge files in NWC workflow from Form attachments?

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@leighburke I am interested in this solution. But what do these shared export keys mean? (khEHTFjQaiyYCHdNs7MoYNPSMMFZK7fdqy13GkzUp1SV2gkLr)  How does this bring me to the sample workflow?

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leighburke
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Re: How to merge files in NWC workflow from Form attachments?

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Hi @woutert,

 

I have changed the export link to the following(RKJsQWzLjz8fp5DWWSCXARPDBeqPcw4dGTmKtzyyPvfTnbtbt), we have a nice video explaining how to import and export workflows(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fC2SDnQHEvE).

 

 

In this video you will learn how to move workflows from one Nintex Workflow Cloud environment to another.
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woutert
Forms Fledgling

Re: How to merge files in NWC workflow from Form attachments?

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Thanks @leighburke for your quick reply! I am going to study this for sure. Wasn't aware of this feature. I asked this actually in the context of this SharePoint Online List Attachment problem I just posted here

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EleanorK
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Re: How to merge files in NWC workflow from Form attachments?

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Hi @leighburke ,

 

I have created the WF as per your imported version. I have allowed for up to 10 files but when I tested the WF the instance failed with the message being " ! Index was outside the bounds of the collection". Looks like it failed at attempting to check for attachment number 9 and the form only had 8 attachments? The run if actions were configured like yours with the index being greater than a certain number?

 

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leighburke
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Re: How to merge files in NWC workflow from Form attachments?

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@EleanorK That error looks like the 'run if' ran when it shouldn't I would check the condition and confirm the collection size using a log in details. Keeping in mind the last index value will be 1 less than the count because collections start at 0.

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