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If you're scheduling in v11.0+, be sure to check out scheduling from the Gallery and interface changes to the Scheduler.
The beauty of Alteryx is the ability to make repeatable data processes time and time again. But, if that wasn't good enough, we have the ability automate these workflows through scheduling!
You will just need one of the following licenses to get started!
How do I know if I have the correct license?
So how do I schedule?
Alteryx Designer with Scheduler
Here are some more useful links on scheduling using Alteryx:
Thank you very much, this is a very usefull information! Only one cuestion, could i use this Scheduler as a type of Olap process? This is because i want to automatize a certain audit process in a company and show the results in real time (or most closely to that).
Just want to share with some newbies as me. For scheduling a workflow to run on your local computer, follow the user guide, not a biggie. But before creating any schedule, go to the System settings, at the Worker configuration, make sure the "Quality of Service" is set to 0
Maybe update this post with some more info like where you need to export your workflow to a package if it has data input and outputs and how you need to use file paths instead of mapped drives if you're working with data on network drives and also the links at the bottom are broken at least for me I couldn't open the FAQ link. Also a silly question I have maybe is whether you have to leave Alteryx up and running for the scheduler to run when you're not using the server version you just have the desktop with scheduler? Or do you just need to leave your desktop on and Alteryx doesn't need to be running?
Thank you for the feedback! The on disk vs scheduler DB article walks through the workflow dependencies options you are referring to (I have updated the link to make this clearer)
Your desktop will need to be on but designer does not need to be open for designer with scheduler to run.
Scheduler FAQ superseded by