State Machine

Microsoft Flow – Are state machines really needed?

Is there anything that stops you from using Microsoft Flow? Whenever this question is asked there are some people responding, "State Machine!" Many people are comparing Microsoft Flow with SharePoint Designer workflows or Nintex. Although SharePoint Designer has never had State machines, Nintex has had a State Machine action for many years. Over the past … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – Are state machines really needed?

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Microsoft Flow – State Machine template

Last week I was wrong when I said You only need one template to get started. There is actually a second template that is useful when you create a new flow. The State Machine workflow. My previous posts about state machines focused on running a flow multiple times and handling the multiple runs of the process. … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – State Machine template

Office 365 – Flow – Implementing a State Machine using Microsoft flow

In the past couple of weeks I've been using PowerApps, and the overall experience has been great! SharePoint Designer and InfoPath have been replaced by a browser based application that is a lot easier to work with. Of course it is still all very new but the general experience is very good. Today, I will … Continue reading Office 365 – Flow – Implementing a State Machine using Microsoft flow

Developing Top-Down Code Free Workflows using SharePoint 2013 and Nintex Workflow

I’m fortunate to be part of the platinum business partnership with Nintex at Triad. Over the last few years Triad has made no code workflows using Nintex Workflow one of their focus points. Of course when we needed to, we would also do the hard core development but if it is possible to avoid then Nintex … Continue reading Developing Top-Down Code Free Workflows using SharePoint 2013 and Nintex Workflow