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Challenge #175: Tire Size Calculator

Alteryx Certified Partner

Does the updated selection for App2 have to have a separate output? Can you just use the main output from App1 to feed the selection for App2? I ended up using a separate output to update the selections for Apps 2 and 3.

 

Solution attached.

 

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Challenge 175 - Snip.jpgApp1
Asteroid

Here is my solution... Nice idea to ask for a chained app... had to do some research!

And Its Done.

Asteroid

Great challenge!  I'd never created a chained app before, so I definitely learned some new things from this challenge.

Atom

My solution! Great challenge! It helped me to learn how to chain app.

Asteroid

Hi! Here my solution

 

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I created three different steps, which are using an auxiliar .yxdb to store the choices made by the user. The third one is filtering results with the choices of the user



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* Launch step1 as an app

 

Meteor
My solution
Alteryx Certified Partner

My solution

 

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Alteryx Certified Partner

A fun one to put together - the rim size confused me for a bit because the question made me think I would need to calculate it!

Asteroid

Hello @mmenth 

 

I noticed my application had the same issue. I updated the Select tool to decimal(19,1), and it fixed it.

 

Good catch!