Here's my situation:
- Tableau Server was recently upgraded
- "Upgrade" in our our organization means standing up a new server and migrating workbooks from the old version to the new
- When the new server was built, it was built without some of the drivers that were available on the old instance
- Workbooks using these drivers are generating error messages when their scheduled refreshes run
We need to go through change management to install the missing drivers (a time-consuming process) and I don't want people to keep getting error messages for a known issue. Ideally, I would like to be able to disable the scheduled refreshes for affected workbooks. There's an option to delete a scheduled refresh but then I would recreate each after the driver was installed. That means tracking each workbook's refresh schedule and recreating it after the underlying issue is resolved. Toggling the refresh between disabled/enabled would be cleaner and less work.
Bonus request: Expose this functionality via the API and/or tabcmd