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Google Big Query Input Error: File "main.py", line 4, in <module> ModuleNotFound Error

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Hi @carl_steinhilber,

 

Sorry for the delay in my response here. Have you emailed into support@alteryx.com yet? If you have not, please shoot us an email so we can get a case created for you and have a support engineer work with you to troubleshoot.

 

If anyone else on the thread still needs assistance please reach out to us. 

 

Thanks,

Jess Silveri
Premium Support Advisor | Alteryx
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Just wondering if you ever found a solution to this annoying error?

I have the same problem, and need to get it fixed as soon as possible.

Have been in touch with support@alteryx.com, but if anyone has any good ideas in the meantime please let me know!

Many thanks, Jonathan

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Hi Jonathan,

 

I have not be able to find a solution to this specific error but have heard that the newer version 2019.1 may have improved the BigQuery connection.

 

However, others in my organization have found a nice workaround where you upload to a .csv to a Google Cloud storage bucket and then append the data to a pre-defined BigQuery table. I found another post related to this topic that may be helpful.

 

 
Best of luck!
 
Thanks,
Elliot
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I ended up scrapping the BigQuery tool (it's definitely not ready for prime time... I discovered a second bug that it won't allow for dynamic SQL statements to be passed in via control parameter) and just using the Python tool to connect.

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I have upgraded to 2019.1.6 and it seems to be working now.

Maybe they're getting there…?!

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