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Reviving this thread in case someone knows if this solution will resolve my problem with exceeding that login rate that Salesforce allows.
I have a workflow that takes input from one Salesforce object and then makes a second and then a third call to SForce using values based on the previous calls.
For example, in SForce, we have an Account object with a relationship to an Organizations object (via a junction object). The Organizations object also has a junction object relating its records to the Contacts object. So, to get a report of all the Contacts related to an Account, we have to join two separate joins, which SForce can't do.
So, my workflow first gets the IDs from the Account object, then gets all the IDs of the first relationship object that link to Accounts. Then I use that result to get the details from the third object, etc.
But, apparently, Alteryx is reconnecting to SForce for each request, so I hit the limit of 3600 logins per hour and got locked out.
I'm wondering if the "no token" option described here would affect this problem.