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wampuscat43
Nintex Newbie

Query List not populated collection variable

I'm trying to pull a simple text column out of one list, sort it, and use the collection variable to create items in another list.  I set up the Query List as so:Query List Fail.png

 

 

When I use the Run Now function, it shows the data exactly as I expect it.  In the very next action, I try to dump the collection to the History list.  It's blank.  The For Each loop I set up to process the collection doesn't find it either (not surprisingly).  colSorted is definitely a collection variable, so I'm stumped as to why it's not getting populated.  Any ideas?

 

For the record, all I'm trying to do is create a phone list based on AD data.  I'm able to LDAP the data into a list, but need to have it sorted alphabetically for display.  There's probably better ways to do this, but I need multiple columns of the data for printing purposes. 

 

Thanks!

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ArunPrakash
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Re: Query List not populated collection variable

Hi,

 

The query column is single line of text or people picker column?

 

 

 

 

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Automation Master
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Re: Query List not populated collection variable

Hi,

 

do you have any filter set up in the query list action? 

 

Giacomo

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wampuscat43
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Re: Query List not populated collection variable

Single line of text - it's just a name and phone number joined to together for display, such as "Jim Jones, 5567"

 

Nothing in the filter.  The Run Now button retrieves the data perfectly.  Very strange.  I went to the old-school length of rebooting the PC and it didn't help.

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wampuscat43
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Re: Query List not populated collection variable

Single line of text, sorry.  Still learning how to reply in this forum.

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wampuscat43
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Re: Query List not populated collection variable

Nothing in the filter.  The Run Now button retrieves the data perfectly.

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