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Such a strange issue. My SQL was working fine in SQL Management Studio and did return an output. But after putting that code to Nintex Workflow - Execute SQL - it did not return anything (just completed successfully).
Has the same happened to you? Do you have a complex sql statement that does not return value in Nintex? The resolution is - create your sql statement as a stored procedure.
After creating my sql statement as a stored procedure and calling it from Nintex Workflow - Execute SQL - the result is there.
I hope I saved you some time if you are reading it soon enough.
On 26th September I started my carreer with Provoke. It has been an amazing experience so far and my goal on this blog would be to write down some ideas and experiences that I have gathered in this company.
In the meantime, please check out their website www.provoke.co.nz.
I ran to another UX issue on a job dedicated website called "seek.co.nz" (there is an AU and UK version of it as well). As you can see there are textboxes and a button on the "edit account" page that help you edit your account details.
However besides the "change" button there is another button "save" in the bottom at the page which you do not see. That leads to conclusion that if you edit your email and hit change the new email will be saved. But instead of this idea you get to change your password as well.
My girlfriend ran into this issue and I think it is worth pointing out. I guess that the password textbox could be solved differently so it would not confuse the user.
Just a little note on the site of Prometric. I really think (and I will email them) that they should do something with some little user experience issues on their site. I think that the biggest one is absence of "login" button on the main screen. You have to google for it to get to the login screen. So just viewing your exam results is a pain.
Another issue is on their login screen (as soon as you get there through google :] ), if you type there your user name and password and press enter nothing happens. I think that site that is aimed (not only but there is a lot of them) at IT skilled people they should include this and not force people to click on "login" button.