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Has this been fixed? Salesforce is a dominate force in the CRM/CPQ...industry and this connector will become more & more important to Alteryx users. I can get this working in Designer, both simple workflows and complex macros. However, I can't save or run any workflow to the server because of this bug.
I understand your answer to mean that you have a newer version of the SF Connector on your local machine and an older version of SF Connector on your Alteryx Server?
I have same problem after upgrading my local Designer to 2020.4 which now uses Python 3.8, while our Alteryx Server which recently upgraded to 2020.4 seems not to have upgraded and uses the SF Input Tool v4.1.0 but based on Python 3.6.
I am getting exactly same issue as you have mentioned. I have Designer 2020.3 in local laptop and Server 2020.3 on remote server with same Salesforce Input tool v4.1.0.
My original workflow was build using Server Designer on the server and published to Alteryx Gallery, no issues there and workflow is scheduled to run every day, everything is working fine.
BUT, today i installed local Designer 2020.3 (same version) on my laptop and opened the workflow from Alteryx Gallery (the original workflow which was build using Server Designer) and when im running it is giving exactly the same error as you mentioned, although the versions for both designer and salesforce input tools are same.
i tried to make a POC (on my local designer), connecting with Salesforce using Input tool, configured the credentials, tested and everything worked as expected. i tried to push this new POC workflow to Alteryx Gallery and got exactly same error your mentioned, although the workflow was saved to Gallery. BUT when i opened that workflow in server designer then giving same error.
Not sure what is the issue as both local and server designer and salesforce input tool are exactly same version. Requesting some help on this.
Thank you for the documentation on the registry key change. It worked when I made the change on the server and published the workflow to gallery as described. Getting the key added on local machines will be a different animal. I need to be able to describe what this registry change does, in practical terms for our security team. Does this expose the password for people to see? What implications does this change have beyond making the connector work? The documentation didn't have clear notes on that.