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Use a Text Input tool to move an encrypted PGP file from an FTP site to local machine. (I figured this part out)
Use the Run Command tool to call an outside application to decrypt the PGP file and save it to local machine.
The problem I'm having is the Run Command tool will not recognize the PGP file. I'm not asking Alteryx to do anything with the PGP file; I only want it to recognize the file in the Run Command tool so I can point the outside application to it and decrypt it.
@pmarzano have you tried bringing the file as a .csv with \0 delimiter? Alteryx is not going to be able to read the encrypted file, but you can use the run command tool to create a script. Are you able to share a sample workflow as well?
@pmarzano By default, the input tool is going to try to parse the dataset based on a delimiter or the file type. Usually, this is a tab (\t), comma (,) or space (\s). For some files, this is not going to work (PGP file in this instance). So if you just bring in the file (any file) as a .csv with \0 delimiter it will bring the 'raw' format. Hope this helps