Configure CORS for Tableau on ServiceNow

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    You can now use the Tableau ServiceNow ITSM connector to connect to an on premises instance of ServiceNow.

     

     

    Before you connect, you have to configure Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) on your on premises ServiceNow instance. CORS is a mechanism that supports secure cross-domain requests. Setting up CORS safelists the domain to allow cross-origin requests. This lets the Tableau connector access the data that you want to analyze in Tableau.

     

    Configure CORS for Tableau

    1. In ServiceNow, go to System Web Service > CORS Rules.
    2. Click New.
    3. Complete the form:
      1. In the Name field, enter a name that’s meaningful for you.
      2. In the Rest API drop-down list, select Table API.
      3. In the Domain field, enter the URL for the Tableau connector exactly:  https://connectors.tableau.com
      4. Accept the defaults on the HTTP Methods tab (GET and POST are selected by default).
      5. Click Submit.

     

    Additional resources

    Cross-Origin Resource Sharing on the Mozilla developer website.

    REST API CORS support on the ServiceNow website.

    Define a CORS rule on the ServiceNow website.