I am attempting to use a Nintex workflow to update the status field in List B based on the status of a field in List A. The common link between the two lists is Unique ID (List A) and PAS ID (List B).
List B can have 1-3 records with the same ID as List A, and I only want to select those 1-3 records and change the status, plus one other field.
After reviewing several different solutions, I tried using Query List (setting Collection Variables), For Each Loops, and Update Multiple Items; however, the result is that it is updating all items on the list rather than updating just the match on the IDs between the two lists.
I see several posts with similar questions, but I am not able to locate the exact solution for this particular question.
Any suggestions would be most appreciative.
I am using SharePoint 2010 with Nintex Workflow version Version: 184.108.40.206.
So a status change in List A should be your trigger. It should grab the Unique Identifier from the item it was triggered by.
Next, you're correct, Query List B to find any records with the same Unique Identifier, and place their actual SP ID in a collection (collListID)
Next, use a "For Each", and pull collListID into a List ID variable - "idList" for example - then use "Update Item" to filter to that list ID in List B and update your fields.
If you're doing it this way, there should be no way to update anything except the Unique ID matches. The only thing I can think of is it that you have no filter on your Query List.
Thank you for the prompt response. Much appreciated!
Actually, attached is the workflow for review, since it will probably shed light on what I am talking about. I made some changes.
Hi there -
I took a look at your workflow but unfortunately I can only see the actions and not the configurations since I don't have the same lists / libraries.
What does the condition do?
For me, I would have the workflow conditionally start on modification -- 'if status changes' (if status X is no longer equal to previous status) -- and then jump right into your Query of List B, get your coll, and cycle through it just as you are.