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I have version Alteryx Designer 2019.1 (We user the Alteryx Server) and I have a similar error and not sure why it is occurring, any update to yours? This module is triggered by a runner module, this version simply has an updated alias to a new connection. Testing worked fine, one off run worked fine, scheduling just this module worked fine. Yet the automated job that this runs with it has errored two days in a row.
My error is below:
00:03:26.982 - ToolId 72: Alias translated to odbc:DSN=CTDataProdGF;UID=APPID_ALTRX_01;PWD=__EncPwd1__|||SELECT * FROM "CBG_ACS_STAGING"."ACCT_LNKG_VW" 00:03:27.257 - ToolId 72: ODBC Driver version: 03.52 00:03:27.264 - Error - ToolId 72: Lua open script error: D:/APPS/Alteryx/bin/RuntimeData/ODBC/SQORA32.lua:1: module './RuntimeData/ODBC/common' not found: no field package.preload['./RuntimeData/ODBC/common'] no file 'D:\APPS\RBDData\Crew Macros\Macros\SupportingExes\lua\\/RuntimeData/ODBC/common.lua' no file 'D:\APPS\RBDData\Crew Macros\Macros\SupportingExes\lua\\/RuntimeData/ODBC/common\init.lua' no file 'D:\APPS\RBDData\Crew Macros\Macros\SupportingExes\\/RuntimeData/ODBC/common.lua' no file 'D:\APPS\RBDData\Crew Macros\Macros\SupportingExes\\/RuntimeData/ODBC/common\init.lua' no file 'D:\APPS\RBDData\Crew Macros\Macros\SupportingExes\..\share\lua\5.3\\/RuntimeData/ODBC/common.lua' no file 'D:\APPS\RBDData\Crew Macros\Macros\SupportingExes\..\share\lua\5.3\\/RuntimeData/ODBC/common\init.lua' no file '.\\/RuntimeData/ODBC/common.lua' no file '.\\/RuntimeData/ODBC/common\init.lua' no file 'D:\APPS\RBDData\Crew Macros\Macros\SupportingExes\\/RuntimeData/ODBC/common.dll' no file 'D:\APPS\RBDData\Crew Macros\Macros\SupportingExes\..\lib\lua\5.3\\/RuntimeData/ODBC/common.dll' no file 'D:\APPS\RBDData\Crew Macros\Macros\SupportingExes\loadall.dll' no file '.\\/RuntimeData/ODBC/common.dll' no file 'D:\APPS\RBDData\Crew Macros\Macros\SupportingExes\.dll' no file 'D:\APPS\RBDData\Crew Macros\Macros\SupportingExes\..\lib\lua\5.3\.dll' no file 'D:\APPS\RBDData\Crew Macros\Macros\SupportingExes\loadall.dll' no file '.\.dll'
I am receiving the same error with my scheduled workflows that have file attachments. When the workflow is ran from desktop I have no problems, the error only generates from the scheduler. Have either of you resolved your problem?
Bumping as we are hitting the same issue. Same as everyone else, running the workflows manually works just fine, but the automated schedulers are giving that error and not actually running the workflows.