How do you intend on doing it? It might be possible to use something like PowerShell or to write a tabcmd script that is kicked-off by another process say ssis / ssdt package if you are running an SQL Server stack
pg7 of this pdf may help: http://downloads.tableausoftware.com/quickstart/server-guides/server_tabcmd6.0.pdf
these may also point you in the right direction:
Thank you for your suggestion , but it can be done based on latest data ?
Suppose whenever new data comes based on this report goes to multiple user
based on categories ? for ex we have one sale dashboard whenever this sale
dashboard get new data then this dashboard should go to 20 users these
users belong to Region and same report should 30 users these users belong
to state users means same dashboard has to go to different different
categorized user ( Automatic )?
On Fri, Aug 1, 2014 at 7:04 PM, Steve Martin <
If you are considering an etl approach that I mentioned above, then you could create a log table that identifies the max date of the last entry to be updated in your source table then create a refresh process that compares the latest date in the source table to that of the log, if different then the refresh process is kicked-off.
I know, this is quite a long-winded process for a simple refresh