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How to invoke Nintex workflow asynchronously using code

In this post, I will show you how to invoke Nintex workflow asynchronously using code. Nintex is built on top of SharePoint, so there is no difference between invoking a Nintex workflow and invoking a SharePoint workflow. Below is the code to invoke the workflow.You can download a sample code here and updated version can be found here (including cancel the workflow when the work is already starting)

References

How to check if Workflow is already Running and to Avoid Error Exception from HRESULT: 0×8102009B

Starting/Canceling a SharePoint Designer workflow programmatically

Nintex Workflow 2010 SDK – info and download

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