Alteryx Server Knowledge Base

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If you are getting an error message 'Workflow exceeded maximum runtime of XX seconds and was canceled', you may need to change your system settings to allow a workflow to run longer.
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This KB outlines how to enable MongoDB logs for troubleshooting purposes
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The Composer File (pcxml)is a file type that contains a proprietary language used by Alteryx for reporting purposes. What this means for use in the Gallery is that an end user will have the ability to choose among XLSX, PDF, DOCX, ZIP and HTMLfile types for output.
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This article details the steps and best practices for users who need to run In-DB workflows on the server
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Running a workflow with a database connection in the Gallery in a multi-node environment gets an error despite the connection working in the controller's instance of Designer. This is caused by not having a matching DSN or driver on the worker nodes.
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Credentials are how we control who has access to what on a computer or a network. Credentials are a way to prevent people from touching data or folders or content they aren’t supposed to. This article goes over the different options for setting credentials on a private gallery. 
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SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) is a standardized way for exchanging authentication and authorization credentials between different parties. The most common use for SAML is in web browser single sign ons. Starting in 2018.2, Alteryx Server supports SAML. So far, SAML in Alteryx Server has been specifically validated on two providers; Ping One and Okta. In this article we will review how to configure SAML on your Alteryx Server for PingOne.
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SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) is a standardized way for exchanging authentication and authorization credentials between different parties. The most common use for SAML is in web browser single sign ons. Starting in 2018.2, Alteryx Server supports SAML. So far, SAML in Alteryx Server has been specifically validated on two providers; Ping One and Okta. In this article we will review how to configure SAML on your Alteryx Server for Okta.
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The Visualytics Insight tool was first introduced with Alteryx 2018.3. Insights allow users to create visual, interactive dashboards to gain deeper insights into your data and can be shared through an Alteryx Private Gallery. In order to have Insights load successfully on your Gallery, there are a few changes you need to make to your Server System Settings.
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The final step in an Insight's journey is it's publication to a company's private Gallery. After publication, an insight can be shared with anyone who has access to the Gallery it is hosted on. This article provides detailed steps on how to publish an insight to a Gallery, and how to share the insight with other users on the Gallery.\n  
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Workflows move to different Private Studio
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Schedules stop functioning or error shows when disabling schedule
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When uploading a Workflow to the Gallery with Business Insights data, you will get an Error message saying that the "Datasets cannot be shared in public gallery". A Gallery Administrator can resolve this error by editing the Workflow Settings.
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There are occasions where it is necessary to identify the ID of a Workflow or Schedule. These are easy to find in the URL.
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Service cannot be started either because it is disabled or because it has no enabled devices associated with it.
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Unknown error. SerializationException RequestID when adding workflow to a Collection
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Troubleshooting a failed MongoDB migration - Server 2019.3
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Attempting to upgrade from an unsupported version when upgrading to 2019.3
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How to troubleshoot a blank screen when configuring SAML Authentication
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