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The 2022.1.1.30569 Patch/Minor release has been removed from the Download Portal due to a missing signature in some of the included files. This causes the files to not be recognized as valid files provided by Alteryx and might trigger warning messages by some 3rd party programs.
If you installed the 2022.1.1.30569 release, we recommend that you reinstall the patch.
This article includes the steps needed to obtain the Client ID and Client Secret from the Google account. This is to be used for the Optional OAuth2 Overrides option on the Alteryx Google Sheets connector.
Connecting to Google Analytics is becoming more and more popular. There are a few things you need in order to use the Google Analytics macro; a Google Account (e.g., Gmail) and authorized access to an existing Google Analytics account. This article will help you get the rest of the way.
If you observe an error message like Error: Salesforce Input (1) File " ", line 1 os.environ['PATH'] = r"... please read on to learn how to adjust the environment variables to resolve it. This can happen with any one of several Connector tools, not just the tool mentioned in the example.
Leading Zeroes Removed When Writing String Data to Google Sheets
When writing string data to Google Sheets that contain leading zeros, the leading zeros are removed after being written to Google:
Product - Alteryx Designer
Product - Google Sheets
Google automatically formats values when they are written to a cell. The same behavior occurs when manually entering data into the sheet directly. When looking at the web traffic, one can see that the following is sent to Google from Alteryx:
<gs:cell row="4" col="1" inputValue="00004"/>
The correct value "00004" appears as the InputValue. Google then returns the following:
gs:cell [ row=3 col=2 inputValue=4 numericValue=4.0 ]
Google has interpreted "00004" as a number and automatically converted it to "4."
You can workaround this by placing an apostrophe in front of the value within Alteryx prior to writing the data:
This forces Google to interpret the data as a string and include the leading zeroes. The following is a sample formula that adjusts all rows within a field to include a leading apostrophe:
"'" + [Field1]
Google Sheets Output Help Documentation