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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  • Keith Tuomi

    That sounds vaguely familiar.. are you sure you’ve explicitly gone into the ellipsis and selected the Task List containing the task you are looking for? It’s an OOTB behaviour which would be exhibited on that web part in it’s native My Tasks home as well- you have to actively select the project groups via checkboxes, the tasks don’t just show up by default.

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