New to SharePoint and Nintex. Using SharePoint 2016 On Prem and Nintex 2016.
I've a workflow that assigns a number of to-do tasks. Now I want to run a separate site workflow that checks those tasks and, when completed, updates the corresponding list item and sends an email notification to say process is complete.
If I query the list items, is there a way to find all tasks associated with a particular list item? I know that ID will give me the unique id of each task but what property identifies the tasks that relate to that item?
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This could be done as part of the original workflow if required? The workflow will not progress without the task being completed. If you are issuing a number of different tasks simultaneously then you could issue them in parallel actions and then wait till they all complete. If you're issuing these in a serial manner then surely just wait till the last task is completed before performing the update?
Or is there any reason why a single task cannot be assigned to multiple users and wait till all users respond before progressing the workflow.
Is there a specific reason you need a separate workflow to evaluate these tasks as complete?
Nope, no reason to separate if not needed. I thought that the workflow blocked, waiting for tasks to be complete, before proceeding but when I tested, it didn't seem to happen that way. I'll test again and see if it might just be the way I have the workflow organized.
Thanks for the reply