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4. Save the changes. 5. Open the workflow in Designer. The Jupyter Notebook should be loaded for the Python tool now. 6. Change the Detour tool back to its original detour path.
Solution B: If you have Python tool in both left and right paths of the Detour tool
Steps: 1. Open the workflow in Designer first. This will create the Jupyter Notebook document for the Python tool on the selected path of the Detour tool. 2. Note down the tool Id of the Detour tool. 3. Close the workflow in Designer without saving. Do NOT close the Designer so that the loaded Jupyter Notebook document will not be cleared. 4. Open the workflow in a text editor and search for the tool Id of the Detour tool. Use this search string:
Example <Node ToolID="21">
This will return: <Node ToolID="21"> <GuiSettings Plugin="AlteryxBasePluginsGui.Detour.Detour"> <Position x="1254" y="738" /> </GuiSettings> <Properties> <Configuration> <DetourRight value="False" /> </Configuration>
5. Change the Detour tool to route to the non-selected path.
Example: If the current value of DetourRight is "False", change the DetourRight value to "True".
To: <Configuration> <DetourRight value="False" /> </Configuration>
5. Save the changes. 6. Open the workflow in Designer again. The Python tool will load the Jupyter Notebook for the one in the earlier non-selected path now. The other Python tool (in the earlier selected path) will be loaded as well. 7. Change the Detour tool back to its original detour path in Designer.