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I have recently added an Azure data lake v2. The Azure input/output connectors do not work with this version of the Azure data lake.
It appears that Alteryx adds ".azuredatalakestore.net" to the file path. This works for V1, but not needed for V2
any plans to configure a connector for Azure data lake v2?
Same here. Use for the data stream connector.
i have written this macro in python which given following 6 inputs , it will download the file locally and then output the data
the inputs it needs is
Storage Account Name
Storage Account Key: you should be able to get it from Azure Portal
Blob Container Name
Folder name where the file is within the Blob
Local File Name : this is the location where the file will be downloaded , it can be a temporary location.
as one time step you would need to install a Azure library package which can be done inside the python tool using the following line
the macro is here
Can you please provide more details on how to use the macro once it's installed successfully.
I ran into below error when ran Alteryx.installPackages("azure-storage-file-datalake") in python tool
CalledProcessError: Command '['c:\\program files\\alteryx\\bin\\miniconda3\\envs\\jupytertool_venv\\python.exe', '-m', 'pip', 'install', 'azure-storage-file-datalake']' returned non-zero exit status 1.
But when i ran from command prompt it installed successfully
C:\Program Files\Alteryx\bin\Miniconda3\envs\JupyterTool_vEnv>pip install azure-storage-file-datalake
Installing collected packages: azure-storage-file-datalakeSuccessfully installed azure-storage-file-datalake-12.0.1
hi @srini2020 the requirement is only for that package to be installed. can you try this on the python tool
from ayx import AlteryxAlteryx.installPackages("azure-storage-file-datalake")
Alteryx has its own python virtual environment where the package should be installed. dont think installing it globally would help.
you can try passing the parameters i mentioned in the above post and see if you get any errors.
@srini2020 if you are still unsuccessful installing the package you can try installing it from command line. instructions are in below thread
@Anuj, I was able to install the package within Alteryx. I was having permission issues within C:\Program files so I reinstalled Alteryx Designer out of program files.
Any update in the ADL connector?
We're currently developing this connector and are hoping to include it in a near future release!
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