I have a workflow that sends several email notifications. At some point I set the field "Start when items are modified" to Conditional based on a value in a column. All good- everything works as expected. Then I decided I don't want this to start when modified so I changed the field to NO. Saved and published. Workflow version has increased. When I edit the item it still starts the workflow. Hmmm.... I did the above again. Another workflow version and it still does it. Tried it a couple more times and gave up.
Any idea why I am not able to do that? Any fix without deleting and recreating the entire workflow?
So I deleted that workflow and created a workflow in SPD instead. Now it gets even more interesting... When I run the SPD workflow everything works as expected but I get a Nintex-looking notification that the SPD workflow failed to run... Why is Nintex sending notifications about an SPD workflow?? When I click the link to see the workflow status from that email it gvies me the error: Cannot find history for workflow with instanceId <GUID>. It may have been removed from the database.
I am new to Nintex and totally puzzled by the above behavior...
Hi Igor. It appears that the Event Receivers are not updating for some reason. You could try Running SharePoint Manager on a Web Front End (https://spm.codeplex.com/) and navigating to the affected list. Open the event receivers folder and delete all Nintex Event receivers. Republish the workflow to re-create the event receivers and test. The only other option is to create a new list and import your workflow into it so you dont have to re-create it.