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I've just generated a *.hyper file containing one data point, with Alteryx Designer Version 2018.1, attached you find the base data as *.yxdb file (TestExtract.yxdb) and with this very simple workflow one can convert this yxdb to a hyper file:
When I try to open this file with Tableau Desktop Version 10.5.3 I get the following error: "unordered_map::at: key not found" which looks like a very weird thing, here have a look:
I don't see anything suspicious in the the way I generate the file, here a screenshot of the content:
Any idea on what could it be happening? Any feedback is really appreciated!
Hi @ftorres - it seems to be the Time field that is throwing the error. If I remove it, I can open the file. Can you test and see if this works for you? This looks like unexpected behavior to me. I am going to investigate more and will update this thread when I have more information.
Sophia Fraticelli Premium Support Advisor Alteryx, Inc.
@SophiaF Actually the "Time" filed was being recognised by a TDE extract so I though HYPER would do the same. But you are right, Tableau doesn't have a "Time" field which for me would be just the "time part" of a "Date & Time" field. For some situations in the project related to the data base, it was convenient to handle Date separated from Time and still have Time in a format that allows for time operations. But You're right, using Data & Time should be the same.