(Example) Create a Loop to Repeat an Action and Store the Information in a SharePoint List
This section gives procedures to create a loop to repeat an action and store the leave information such as Absence Type, Hours, and Absence Date in the SharePoint list from an example.
In this example, the Human Resources department wants to track the requests for dates requested off by writing them to an external data source.
This example handles this use case with the Initialize Loop and Next Loop
activities, and writes the data to a SharePoint list. There are many other ways to handle this use case with AgilePoint NX. However, this example is useful because it provides an end-to-end example of the Initialize Loop and Next Loop activities
When you complete this example procedure, the finished subprocess will look like this.
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