It looks so useful for so many things, but it is not in my toolbox.
I see Call Web Service, Execute SQL, Query LDAP, but no Query User Profile.
Message was edited by: David McKenzie
This is an awesome reference:
This bit specifically says:
"* This topic applies to Nintex Workflow Enterprise Edition only"
Query User Profile is only available on the Enterprise edition of Nintex Workflow. If you have the Enterprise edition ensure you have the action enabled in your site.
As Mark said, this action is only available in Enterprise Edition. If this is what you are using, try checking that the action is made available to you. This is a helpful guide:
Well. Being new to Nintex, I must say that the documentation is less than ideal.I could not find the information which two folks have provided about this being an Enterprise feature, and the release notes for the Nintex Workflow for SharePoint 2013 specifically address fixes to this feature
Nintex Workflow 2013 - Release Notes
I am going to assume that you folks know what you are talking about but that's a few hours wasted.
I will read the fine manual (now that I have found it)
Just a side note, it renders totally indecipherable in IE 10.
Looks great in FireFox, but then I am using Nintex for SharePoint workflows, so it would not be a bad assumption that I might be using IE.
(and , yes It would be better to be on IE 11, but this is an imperfect world)
In any event I should be wasting less time now that I have a reference.
You might want to try SharePoint Designer 2013, if it's turned on. I think you do Get User Profile in it. Just an idea.
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