Nintex – Invalid – May Refer to a Nonexistent File or Folder

If you try to publish a Nintex Workflow and get the following error, check your SharePoint transaction logs – they may have run out of disk space.​

“The URL ‘{file reference.xml}’ is invalid. It may refer to a nonexistent file or folder, or refer to a valid file or folder that is not in the current web.”

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Keith Tuomi

Keith is SharePoint Consultant and problem solver with itgroove. He's been focused on Microsoft technologies as a Developer and Web Applications specialist since the beginning of the internet era in the early '90s, with formal training coming from the esteemed British Columbia Institute of Technology. He is a SharePoint MVP, which is a coveted Microsoft award for community contributions and technical excellence. Keith has wide array of international experience and is also adapt at translating your business needs into bits & bytes.

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  • Panoone

    I just hit this same issue with a web part I’d developed for 2013.

    Common sense dictated that that /_layouts would point to the current version. But the SharePoint dev team had other ideas. ;^)

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