List Lookup Control filtering in Nintex Forms not working

List Lookup control filtering in Nintex Forms is one of the more interesting features of this control because it gives you the ability to filter the values based on the value of another control and create cascading dropdowns. But this is also where it can go wrong at times. Consider the following scenario… you have… Continue reading List Lookup Control filtering in Nintex Forms not working

The Importance of Completing Tasks in Workflows

When you use workflows in your organization to automate business processes, you have to deal with the fact that people are lazy. They don’t like work. One of the things you do a lot in workflows, is create tasks. Somewhere in a process, somebody needs to complete a task before the next step in the… Continue reading The Importance of Completing Tasks in Workflows

Maintaining Nintex Workflow Progress Data

In my last post I talked about maintaining the workflow history lists throughout SharePoint. This post is about maintaining Nintex workflow progress data. This data is found in the WorkflowProgress table in a Nintex content database. When a Nintex Workflow is executed, each action is recorded in the WorkflowProgress table. This gives the system the… Continue reading Maintaining Nintex Workflow Progress Data

Cleaning Workflow History in SharePoint

A lot of organizations that use SharePoint, use the platform to automate business processes using workflows. But little organizations are aware that because of these workflows, your SharePoint environment needs to be maintained a little more than usual. Almost all organizations which use a lot of workflows start having performance issues. SharePoint is starting to… Continue reading Cleaning Workflow History in SharePoint

Gaining insights in your Nintex Workflow Data

Working with workflows in SharePoint is always a challenging task. Especially when you are an administrator and people start complaining about performance issues, workflows that don’t start or resume, and so on. Using Nintex Workflow doesn’t change anything, but it gives you a bit more leverage. The first thing I always do, is try to… Continue reading Gaining insights in your Nintex Workflow Data

Welkom kleine Bram

Eindelijk is het zo ver. Hier hebben we zeer lang naar uitgekeken. op 24/04 werd onze Kobe* grote broer van Bram. Een stevig kereltje van 4,025kg en 53cm. Het zijn een helse 9 maanden geweest. Mensen zeggen altijd dat je moet genieten van een zwangerschap. Misschien voor velen wel. Maar voor mij was het allesbehalve… Continue reading Welkom kleine Bram

Following sites not working in a Hybrid Sites scenario – 401 Unauthorized

Earlier this week, I was at one of my customers which has a SharePoint 2013 implementation. They had an issue where following sites was not working anymore. When they clicked the Follow link, they got an error that the site could not be followed. They have a hybrid implementation with OneDrive for Business and Hybrid Sites… Continue reading Following sites not working in a Hybrid Sites scenario – 401 Unauthorized

Stressed out

We zijn ondertussen 6 maanden ver in de zwangerschap van een broertje of zusje voor Kobe. De kerstboom heeft dit weekend plaats gemaakt voor het park dat terug klaar staat. De babykamer die volstond met spulletjes begint ook terug wat in orde te komen. Gisteren heeft Sindy een suikertest gedaan en de resultaten waren aanvaardbaar.… Continue reading Stressed out

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Convert a SharePoint 2016 front-end to a front-end with Distributed Cache

I have been running a SharePoint 2016 farm with 4 servers (Front-End, Application, Distributed Cache, Search) but now Feature Pack 1 has been released, I’m looking to reduce this to 2 servers and use the 2 combined minroles which have been added. To be more precise, I want to eliminate my Distributed Cache server and… Continue reading Convert a SharePoint 2016 front-end to a front-end with Distributed Cache