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Release 9.7 PDF Documentation

Use these links to download individual PDF documents for Designer Cloud Powered by Trifacta Enterprise Edition.

PDF documentation is also provided to customers in parallel with their distributed software.


These PDFs apply to Release 9.7 of Designer Cloud Powered by Trifacta Enterprise Edition.

GA Date: 01/24/2023

Last Update: 01/24/2023

Download: Release 9.7 PDF Documentation

Before You Begin:

  • Product Overview (PDF) - High-level overview of the platform can be shared internally to spread awareness.

  • Release Notes 9.7 (PDF) - Release Notes for this version. Important entry point for new features and changes since the previous release.

  • Planning Guide (PDF)- Before you install, you should review this doc, including the pre-install checklist. Info in here is also relevant for upgrades.


  • Install Guide (PDF)- Install instructions for customer-managed on-premises environments.

  • Install Guide for AWS (PDF) - Install instructions for customer-managed AWS environment.

  • Install Guide for Azure (PDF) - Install instructions for customer-managed Azure environment.

  • Databases Guide (PDF) - Install and config instructions for the Alteryx databases. Database installation should happen after the software is installed.

  • Configuration Guide (PDF)- Post-install configuration for all Install Guides, including how to integrate with job running environments and backend datastores. Additional configuration is required.


  • Platform User Guide (PDF) - User reference manual for the Designer Cloud Powered by Trifacta platform.

  • Connection Guide (PDF) - Create and configure your connections to other datastores and applications.

  • User Guide (PDF) - User reference manual for the Trifacta Application.

  • Language Guide (PDF)- Reference guide for Wrangle. Functions, transforms, syntax, and examples.


  • Admin Guide (PDF) - How to manage users and the platform after installation.


  • Developer Guide (PDF) - Developer information for user-defined functions (UDFs) and APIs.