New to nintex form and just testing some exercises. I noticed that the condition builder incorporates a programming language syntax. Which language is it? I will likely need to take a tutorial and before writing some sample formulas for testing.
Also, I cannot find documentation for Nintex product, is there such an animal or is the forums where to go?
I have the impression that Nintex offers no or very diffused documentation on their product. Is this correct?
I watched the link to the "Tutorials" but this does not answer the question I asked about; "What programming language is being used in expression builder" and where can I get a copy of the syntax to use in the different possible expressions?
I am finding the Nintex experience to be frustrating. I watched a video on You Tube and saw the following formula used to validate that a field is a valid email address:
Really? - There is no documentation on how to construct this syntax?
DO I HAVE TO SIFT THROUGH DIFFERENT VIDEOS to get information on how to build a string like this every time i want to use a new expression that I am unfamiliar with the syntax for? Is this a standardized programming language or proprietary Nintex structure?
Searching on a Nintex question similarly nets poor search results that also links to videos.
Where can I get the information on the expression builder syntax?
Is there anyone from Nintex that can answer this question? If yes - provide documentation link please. If no, just say so.
Good Morning Joseph Chiavarini – The expression in question is a Regular Expression (i.e. RegEx). Nintex uses the Microsoft .NET regular expression syntax so there's a lot of information out there once you know what you're looking for.
Here's some documentation on regular expressions via Nintex and MSDN:
Hope this helps Joseph Chiavarini – good luck!