Analytic Workflows

Last modified: September 03, 2020

Connect provides a list of analytic workflows.  

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Manage Duplicate Workflows

Use Connect to load workflows with the same name from AYX Gallery. On the Gallery server, users can create different workflows with identical names. When the workflows are loaded to Connect, they are presented on the same level in the Analytic Workflows section. In case the workflows have a duplicate name, the first loaded workflow name stays the same. For the rest of the duplicate workflows, Connect adds the post fix workflow_id in the asset name. This post fix is used to distinguish the workflows with identical names.

  • After you finish loading of analytic workflows with the help of the Alteryx Loader in Designer, go back to Connect and select Analytic Workflows. You should be able to see workflows with duplicate names.
  • Those which are duplicates have the post fix workflow_id in the asset name.

Gallery Collections

Connect also displays how analytic workflows are organised in Collections in Server.

  • To view the Collections based on their owner, go to Analytic Workflows > Gallery servers > Collection owners. You can see the workflows which are part of this Collection.
  • In the detailed view of a workflow you can see the list of Collections where the workflow occurs.
  • A Collection can contain multiple workflows.
  • A workflow can be part of many Collections.

To check if a workflow is part of a Collection:

  1. Open a workflow you want to check and search for the Collections section.
  2. Select one of the Collections to see all the workflows that exist in this Collection.

Search for a Gallery Collection

  1. In the Advanced Search, select Alteryx Workflow in the Entry type menu.
  2. Select Collection in the Field menu. Select the Collection you want to see the workflows from.
  3. The requested workflows are displayed.


  • Studio: The studio in Gallery that hosts the workflow.
  • Collection: A workflow can be part of a collection. 
  • Type: The format of the workflow. See available Alteryx File Types.
  • Date Uploaded: The date the workflow was uploaded to Gallery.
  • Last Run Date: The most recent day the workflow was run.
  • Number of Runs: The total number of times the workflow has been run.
  • Workflow Id: The ID of the workflow in Gallery.
  • Published Version Id: The ID of the workflow when made publicly available.
  • Published Version Number: The current public version number.
  • URL link: A link indicating the location of a workflow.


The links between different assets, such as terms contained within a report. Select a related asset to open that asset. Select Open Nexus button to Open nexus, a navigable map that shows a web of connections between assets.

Related Macros

External macros used in a workflow. 

Related Terms

Glossary terms that appear in or are related to the current report. The term's Name, Description, Status, and Rating are available.


Link to an actual AYX Insights (a dashboard published to Gallery).

Data Connections

A list of file inputs and outputs to the workflow, including Server location, Parent folder, File name, and any related Input.

User Defined References Input and Output

Define the Input and Output for this workflow.

Embed Content

In the section Embed Content you can add an external page URL to display a workflow on this page.

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