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The following Alteryx Designer tools and events are prohibited in the Analytics Gallery due to the numerous possible configurations and the actions that can be performed:
Run Command Tool
Run Command Event
Send Email Event
If you have a workflow that uses one of the prohibited tools in a safe manner, you are able to apply for an exemption and have a Curator review your workflow so that it can be run in the Analytics Gallery.
To apply for an exemption please follow the steps below:
Emailcurator@alteryx.comand explain how and why each prohibited tool is used, along with the general purpose of the workflow
Publish the workflow in your private studio and check the box "Others may download this app."
Unfortunately your response is not applicable. I am not talking about the public Alteryx Gallery. I am talking about my company's Server Gallery.
The issue of these tools being classified differently and needing special clearance on the Public Gallery, being conflated with questions around private Galleries, is a source of confusion. Let's please be sure what we're referring to as Server topics in general can be challenging.
With that being said, the fact that these tools are classified differently may have something to do with the lack of their appearance in our Gallery logs. Getting back to my original post, with Private Company Galleries, in which these tools can be used without issue by artisans whose default mode is set to unrestricted, it simply does not make sense to "hide" the log entries.