Alteryx should be able to show you messages generated by SQL Server, so this actually looks like a bug.
We'll try to use the information you provided to replicate and fix, but will reach out to you if we can't replicate.
Thanks for letting us know!
In an Alteryx function one option somewhat equivalent to this is a Switch
But the downside is that rather than full flexibility on your conditions, you are always comparing against the Value. So each condition is Value==Case1; Value==Case2... etc.
And you say you are nesting your IFs. Did you know about ELSEIF? Which can give a very similar syntax to the SQL CASE
IF Condition 1 THEN Result 1
ELSEIF Condition 2 THEN Result 2...
ELSEIF Condition N THEN Result N
ELSE Default Result
Thanks for the suggestion, @MarqueeCrew! This is something we have been planning to roll out before the end of the year. If there are specific things you would like to see on community related to user groups, let us know here in comments so we can take them into consideration as part of our plan. Stay tuned for more details!
Thank you for your interest in seeing Alteryx localized as well as for the different links that you have provided. Your post on this subject is timely since we are currently in the process of evaluating software internationalization for Alteryx. We will also be releasing the Alteryx product documentation in multiple languages in early 2016. So stay tuned! :smileyhappy:
Product Manager, Localization
I use a latest generation Mac Pro with the dual ATI GPUs, and see quite impressive performance through my VMware hypervisor. The newer generation hypervisors paired with recent Intel chips are quite good at passing instructions directly to the hardware, and not having to emulate.
That being said - for GPU passthrough, not all hypervisors handle this well. But I think we are getting ahead of ourselves as none of the Alteryx native tools do anything on GPU to my knowledge. Your idea for leveraging an instance of Spark on the same machine is interesting - im curious how it works out performance wise!
Hi Joe, we're looking into the possibility of a site map post launch. In the meantime, we can definitely document all of those useful links in one place.
We've added this to our back log and will let you know once the list is available.
Thanks for the suggestion!