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Just to avoid the misunderstanding, I would like to rephrase the word "Restart" to "Resume".
When the workflow is failed, we want to "resume" it from the point where it's failed, not starting all over again.
>But if the value being used in the action configuration requires updates? This may require more thought.
-->I'm not sure what you meant this point, but what we are asking is to be able to resume the workflow, not all the failed instances but those which were failed due to HTTP429 error like throttling and/or due to time-out error for some reasons while connecting.
Workflows fail from time to time. Having the ability to resubmit the start data directly from NWC would be really helpful. It is especially tedious if the workflow is a component workflow with start variables or the workflow starts with a form.
It would be good to have a restart function, at least, when it's failed in SharePoint connector such as HTTP429 error or 9min time-out.
Critical from my perspective to have that. We've had credentials for a sharepoint connector expire today (and I can imagine we'd have connection issues/outages unrelated to credentials from time to time).
We just need to be able to restart the Workflow from the point it failed once an issue like that is resolved. Happy to chat further if you still want.
2.We want to resume the workflow from the action that gets suspended when it's failed by time-out error (due to the throttling of SPO).
3.When the workflow is failed because of the user not registered in Nintex and failed in "Assign the task", we want to manually add the user as a participant and want to resume the workflow from the action that gets suspended.
1. Start workflow with tasks/emails
2. A task recipient changes login/email before their task is assigned
3. Task is assigned to them and the workflow fails
Need to restart the workflow, need the original submitter's name from the workflow, so now have to ask the submitter to submit again. I have to cobble together screen shots of the original form (the data tab copy/paste is not a table, too hard to clean up) to give them. Not a good look. Please help.