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Mathias Balsløw

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    Mathias Balsløw commented,

    Hi Andrius Sirtautas, This is how the developers of Foxtrot decided that the action should work. So it is on purpose. The solution/workaround is to implement a "Set Column Width" action to make sur...

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    Mathias Balsløw commented,

    Hi Andrius Sirtautas, We have reported this as a bug to Nintex. We are not sure why this is happening - it is not for all lists that it occurs. Unfortunately, we have not found a way to go "around"...

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    Mathias Balsløw commented,

    Hi Andrius Sirtautas, In terms of getting the File Trigger path, no, unfortunately, this is not possible. I would suggest making a Create List in the folder of the trigger to retrieve the files in ...

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    Mathias Balsløw commented,

    Hi Andrius Sirtautas, For us to be able to react faster and solve your issues, please make sure to submit things like these as an issue on the Issue site in GitHub: https://github.com/Basico-PS/Au...

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    Mathias Balsløw commented,

    Hi Andrius Sirtautas, May I suggest that we connect with you in a call with screen share to help you get the Automation Orchestrator working?

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    Mathias Balsløw commented,

    Hi Dennis, Exactly, that's my suggestion for a solution. That is always the easiest way to do it. For things like this, I typically use Python as it is very easy to work with APIs and JSON, but you...

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    Mathias Balsløw commented,

    Hi Dennis, From what I can see in your screenshot above, you are attempting to use the "Open List" on a file containing a JSON formatted text. You need a CSV file with this format: "id;description;...

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    Mathias Balsløw commented,

    Hi Dennis, The mentioned steps, do you perform all of them with your C# or with a mix of actions? I would assume that the easiest solution would be to: Call REST WebApi (C# action) Write the JSON ...

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    Mathias Balsløw commented,

    Hi Dennis, It seems like you are a bit of track with the approach. Encoding can be solved and worked around in different ways, but could you maybe start by describing the objective of what you ar...

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    Mathias Balsløw commented,

    Hi Dennis, The C# action doesn't have a "GetVar" function as you can simply use Foxtrot variables in the code by writing the variable like in any other place in Foxtrot: [%Var] In terms of saving...