This may be a little controversial. As of today, when you buy an Alteryx Server, the basic package covers up to 4 cores :
I have always known that. But these last years, the technology, the world has evolved. Especially the number of cores in a server. As an example, AMD Epyc CPU for server begin at 8 cores :
So the idea is to update the number of cores in initial package for 8 or even 16 cores. It would :
-make Alteryx more competitive
-cost only very few money
-end some user frustration
Moreover, Alteryx Server Additional Capacity license should be 4 cores.
We use external corporate scheduler and we would like to start scheduling Alteryx workflows in this way. However, collections don't have API which would simplify our way of running workflows which we are shared by the users. Are you planning to enable such feature?
Hello, I would like improved user management features and/or training
Currently we have built-in authentication for Alteryx Server.
In that state, the Default user role of Gallery is set to "Artisan",
If you sign up to create a new user and log in,
It will be registered as "Viewer".
I want the default user to be valid even with the built-in authentication.
Using current version of the server - you can see that there is no OAuth managed or published API endpoint for canvas delete (screenshot 1). However this API does CLEARLY exist as you can see if you inspect what happens when you hit the delete button (screenshot 2 clearly shows the API being called - but it requires user login security token)
Please can you enable this API for OAuth - the API already exists, it just needs to be exposed with the others.
We use the Server API to manage our server environment - and we recently noticed that the Workflows API (/admin/v1/workflows) ignores any canvasses after the 10 000'th submission.
By querying Mongo directly (appinfos collection) we know that we have 18 800 or so unique applications in our environment.
Please can you remove this cap from the API so that it can be used to query any number of canvasses on a larger environment?
It would be helpful to be able to customize the color scheme in Alteryx gallery to differentiate between the Production and Sandbox environment. This would be a quick check to ensure you are in the correct environment.
Could the community receive a comprehensive data dictionary of all the collections in Mongo with:
- Description of each collection
- Description of each attribute (or field) within each collection
- Documentation of joins between the collections
A great example can be seen in how Tableau documents their postgresSQL tables: https://help.tableau.com/current/server/en-us/data_dictionary.htm
This would be extremely helpful as we are determining which collections we need to store, how to construct queries and how to build analytics on our assets.
Currently the Gallery does not support Chained Apps or workflows triggered by events or Run Command Tool.
Please enable Chained Apps and flow triggering from Events and Command Tools.
I started building Apps a lot this last year and I have been using events and Run Command Tool for 3 or 4 years regularly. In both cases I can't migrate most of them to the Gallery because the Apps chain and many flows trigger other flows in before and after events or Run Command Tool.
This should also enable the CReW macros that trigger flows.
Currently on Alteryx it is possible to add visibility of a subscriptions scheduled workflows to all members of that subscription.
What we would quite like is for the ability to turn on or off the ability to edit workflows within that subscription for all members.
As in if a member goes on leave, or leaves the company, or is ill, other members can edit, update and cancel the scheduled workflow as needed without needing to go through an admin for it.
Please provide support for sharing a (gallery/Stored) Workflow Credential with a Group.
Current capability appears only to support Users/Studios.
It would be nice to be able to change the Gallery URL from:
The reason being to make it easier for end users to find the server/content.
Original forum post here: https://community.alteryx.com/t5/Alteryx-Server-Knowledge-Base/Changing-the-Gallery-URL-on-Alteryx-S...
The limit of data connections in Alteryx Gallery is 100 only.
Is it possible to increase the limit ?
When opening a canvas - it is possible to open from the gallery, which is important in a team environment.
However - as you work on this canvas - if you hit save, it does not save a new version to the server and increment the original (as would happen on sharepoint) - instead it asks you to create a new file.
Please can you change this behaviour as follows:
- If I open from the gallery then when I save I'm updating the same Gallery asset and incrementing the version ID by 1.
- The only time I would save in a new file is if I use Save As; and explicitly pick a new file.
I wish Alteryx would allow more control over user access to scheduling workflows. Currently there is only a radio button that globally allows users to access the scheduler. I wish we had another layer where we could limit access by Permissions. For example, we would like all Artisans and Curators to have access to the scheduler, but not viewers.
Now, gallery does not support AD group , need to setup user one by one.
If gallery support AD group synchronization, it is more convenient for gallery admin to manage large number of users.
By assigning AD users to AD group, it will reduce the maintenance task of gallery admin, since gallery admin don't need to grant rights in the gallery directly.
Currently, this is completely manual with whoever is assuming the schedule creating it under their profile and then the old schedule being deleted.
This can happen often in organization where a user leaves the company or assumes a new role requiring some else to maintain those schedules. It would be convenient if there was an option to reassign the owner of a schedule to simply this process.
We've purchased a server license and several designer licenses to publish analytics apps to customers via our internal/company gallery. Whether a user signs in or not, users should not be subjected to corporate Alteryx ads. This is a terrible user experience and detracts from our ability to deploy self-serve solutions.
Please support GZIP files in input tool in Server. This is related to https://community.alteryx.com/t5/Alteryx-Product-Ideas/Support-for-GZIP-gz-compressed-files-in-input..., but logged in a separate Idea because the staff indicated in the thread that they are planning support for GZIP in Designer only in 2018.2. We need it in Server as well.
I have three team members all in the same private studio. We can see each others' workflows. However, when looking at a workflow that another team member has published to the gallery, it looks like:
This is a massive impediment to collaboration because my team handles ETL for most of the company. If a user complains that their data isn't up to date, whoever receives that support ticket needs to be able to see if the workflow is actually running and whether it was successful or had an error during the last run.
Preventing a team from seeing this for each others' workflow schedules and results means that the only person who can deal with an issue is the person who originally made the workflow. Which makes the idea of a shared private studio wholly pointless as we may as well be operating in different universes.
Please create a studio-level setting where all members of a studio can see all schedules and results of all workflows in that studio.
We are preparing to rollout Alteryx Server in a large organisation and can see that the creation of Collections by many analysts may become problematic over time.
It would be good if we can disable the functionality and only allow for gallery admins to create new collections.
(Commonwealth Bank of Australia)
We have more clients that would like to prioritize their scheduled jobs based on run time and importance.
It could be a simple priority number, that decides which job that need to run next. Further it could be nice to be able to allocate certain workers to certain jobs.
I am looking forward to your feedback.