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As far as I know, from the community discussion on the topic of parallel execution of parts of a workflow, the idea is still under review. I have a use case where I want to process a lot of requests to an Odata paginated API server which has a gateway limit of 100 requests per minute
I have been researching the methods of using Alteryx SDK for Python and .NET to create custom tool instead of using macros. This opens up the possibility of using the native threading libraries of the languages and fulfill my use case.
What I want to ask is about the performance comparison between the two technologies. Should I go with Python or .NET for a better performant outcome. Also are there any proper resources for .NET based tools?
Thank you for your time and suggestion. Have a nice day