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I edited the Alteryx version in these files. Can you give it a try now? You will need to download both files first. Then you will notice in the BusinessRuleChecker file that there is a box with a question mark when you open it up. You will need to put the RuleValidator macro in this spot and reconnect the connections.
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You're correct in that the error message is caused by the macro. Specifically, the fields in the output have changed between one iteration and the next. You can change this behaviour by opening the macro and selecting View->Interface Designer from the menu. Click on the Gear icon on the left and check "Output fields change based on macros'..." and select "Auto Configure by Name..." as shown below
Save the macro, and run the main workflow. The macro should run to the end now.
However, this error is caused by a difference in structure between the sample data you provided originally and the data that you're running with. Allowing the macro to proceed may not give you the correct results. Validate the results and if they don't agree with what you're expecting, can you attach the Validation rules.xlsx that causing the error?