5 Replies Latest reply on Sep 14, 2011 5:03 PM by Alex Kerin

    Changing the underlying data source without destroying the entire workbook.

    Tim Uckun

      I have several workbooks based on the same datasource. The datasource is a view.


      I would like to redo this view to use a completely different table structure. The end result will be that there will be a few fields missing, some new fields and some fields renamed.


      ldeally I would like to keep the old view but create a new one and have my graphs use the new view. I am willing to make minor adjustments to the graphs to accomodate missing or renamed views.


      Last time I attempted something like this Tableau insisted that all the graphs in the workbook be wiped if I change the data source. Is there a way to tell it to use a different datasource and not wipe the graphs.