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@brendafos *edited for accuracy* You are right - there was a change in behavior with 2018.3. Only one version of the Salesforce Connector shows up in the tool palette by default at a time. We have created a defect tied to this behavior and we will create a case for you and tie it to the defect for notice once it is fixed. Until then, the workaround is to only have one Salesforce tool in the path, or to rename the tools in a way that allows a sort of 'versioning'. Keep reading for an example from @BlytheE.
Hi @brendafos - to get your custom connector to show up in the tool palette, you'll need to rename the SalesforceOutput_v1.3.0Config.xml to SalesforceOutput_v1.3.0 - PRODConfig.xml to match your folder name
and then within that xml file, update the Name and RootToolName values to the new nameand you should be able to see both tools in your tool palette now
Yes, I'm on 2018.3. You'll need to reboot Alteryx in order to see the change. Also, in my example, I used a dash and then realized you only have a space. So the folder name should match the config xml file name within the folder. If your folder name is SalesforceOutput_v1.3.0 Prod, the xml file should be named SalesforceOutput_v1.3.0 ProdConfig.xml. After you modify the xml file and save it, you'll have to restart Alteryx in order to see the changes.
If you're still having trouble getting it to show up, can you attach the config xml file that you changed? And are you able to see Salesforce Output v1.3.0 in the tool palette? You can verify the version you're seeing by right clicking on the tool either in the palette or on the canvas and the 'Open Macro....' option should show v1.3.0 in the macro name.