Nintex Workflow-Error publishing workflow. The workflow contains action that still must be configured. Please configured all actions and try publishing again.

Just a quick note if you encountered the above error when publishing Nintex workflow. In my case though i have some actions which arent configured properly, but disabled. Nintex will verify the workflow for all the actions when you are publishing the workflow, even those which are disabled. So either removed those actions but put some placeholder/workflow variable to make workflow publish Continue reading Nintex Workflow-Error publishing workflow. The workflow contains action that still must be configured. Please configured all actions and try publishing again.

Error: Activity in progress. Retrying last request. Next attempt scheduled after

I was using Nintex o365 workflow on the migrated site from SharePoint on prem to SharePoint online. When the workflow started on the item, it was showing the following message, Error: Activity in progress. Retrying last request. Next attempt scheduled after <time>. Details of last request: HTTP NotFound to https://<tenant&gt;.sharepoint.com/sites/<siteurl>/_api/web/lists(guid'<listguid>’)/Items(<itemguid>)?%24select=ID%2CTitle After a while, i found out that I need to activiate feature “Workflows can use … Continue reading Error: Activity in progress. Retrying last request. Next attempt scheduled after

Access to XMLHttpRequest at from origin ‘https://.sharepoint.com’ has been blocked by CORS policy: No ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ header is present on the requested resource.

Issue: So i was working on trying to make a post request, which was hosted on Azure Funciton Apps, from from Microsof Teams. So i came across with following error Access to XMLHttpRequest at <URL> from origin ‘https://<tenant&gt;.sharepoint.com’ has been blocked by CORS policy: No ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ header is present on the requested resource. My solution comprises of following bits Azure Funciton Apps Teams One point … Continue reading Access to XMLHttpRequest at from origin ‘https://.sharepoint.com’ has been blocked by CORS policy: No ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ header is present on the requested resource.

Your browser is currently set to block cookies

So i was installing on-premises data gateway on my newly created VM.  So when i entered my 0365 developer account email address for linking, it prompts me “Your browser is currently set to block cookies “. It seems that internet  explorer blocking the cookies, so follow the simple steps to get rid of this prompt (Please note that this is my dev server, so it … Continue reading Your browser is currently set to block cookies