Parsing CSV ends up a requirement here and there. This becomes really interesting when you need to use Nintex Workflow Cloud, because you need to think about where is the CSV located. Box, OneDrive, etc?
||In order to get the file contents of a CSV file, it must exist somewhere for NWC to read it. One example is to have a workflow start when a file is uploaded to Box, OneDrive etc.
This example shows how to do this with Box, because it has Redirect URLs and the workflow shows how to cater for that. With OneDrive, it’s easier, because there’s no Redirect, but the same workflow will work.
||Workflow Import Key – 109b159a9c03485ea7400dee6d3b3908
||Vadim Tabakman | firstname.lastname@example.org
||Nintex Workflow Cloud
OneDrive for Business
||For more details and video walk-through – http://www.vadimtabakman.com/nintex-workflow-cloud-parse-csv.aspx