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Bloomberg Connector

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6 - Meteoroid

If anyone is looking for seamless ways to connect Alteryx to Bloomberg, we have created a Connector. We built this to solve our own challenges and it was too good to keep to ourselves. More information can be found at labrosenblatt.com

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Alteryx Alumni (Retired)

Hi Scott,

With the Sign in for Alteryx BBG Connector, what is the Alteryx Installation Directory path?  I've tried c:\Program Files (x86) \Alteryx\ and with bin and no dice, I have the path wrong. Obviously user error.  Thoughts?

David

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6 - Meteoroid

Wherever Alteryx is installed.

 

Typical is C:\Program Files\Alteryx

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5 - Atom

Hi Scott, 

 

Thanks for your fantastic connector and before I start thank apologies as I am very much an alteryx beginner.

 

I'm struggling to connect an excel book as an input into your connector rather than a text file. I am getting the below error message. 

 

Designer x64 The Designer x64 reported: InboundNamedPipe::ReadFile: Not enough bytes read. The pipe has been ended. ¶

 

Both the excel book and the workflow are attached.

 

Does the connector only take text files or am I just being slow?

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Alex

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Alteryx Partner

Hi Scott. Thank you for sharing this information. When I try to sign up for trial on labrosenblatt.com I keep getting error message "Issue in creating new user. Please contact info@rosenblatt.com" . I tried using both my company and personal email but keeps getting the same error message, hence I could not download the Connector. Is there any solution for the problem ?

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Alteryx Partner

Hi 2020, Could you porvide us access to your bloomberg connector, it would be great benefit to the coomunity. If anyone manage to download, please post a link.

 

Thanks folks

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8 - Asteroid

The link provided for your Bloomberg connect goes to a private site that I cannot access.  Where can I find out more about this?

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