I've moved this over to our new Tableau Server Administration section of our community where hopefully it's more likely to receive a response.
Kindof confused by your question. As folks have pointed out in these forums before, documenting your question with images of what you are trying to accomplish can be quite useful.
Here's what I gleaned from your question:
1. You have a workbook already published to Tableau server that has a datasource with some details about 98021XXXXXX. I'll call this workbook A.
2. You have a user that has another datasource that also has different details about 98021XXXXXX that they created in workbook B.
3. The workbook B user wants to use the data from workbook A as some part of their build of workbook B.
4. The user does not have a desktop license, but does have a server license.
5. The user has web edit capability against both workbooks A and B.
Before conjecturing on how to approach such a situation, please confirm my understanding of the conditions that apply to your user.
I am trying to say that how end user can upload the certain external data as we say certain no's 980XXXXXX.( that might be in excel) in Tableau Server.
We have the workbook published in Tableau Server that has some other information along with the no's.
Now, how end user can upload that data within Tableau Server and get other information from the Workbook that we have already published.
There is not currently a method for achieving this function at this time without the need to download the workbook and then republishing after the steps have been perform as describe in blog for which we need to have a Desktop professional Developer.
So, how can we achieve this function by end users who are not a professional Developer?.
Hope you got the question.
Tableau desktop is the authoring tool. This is the primary way to get data
published to the Tableau server where it can be consumed by Tableau desktop to
build reports using a standardized data source. There are two versions of
desktop that support this function, with the difference being how many types of
datasources are supported. If your connection is to Excel, then the less
expensive personal edition might suit your needs. In either case, the person
wanting to create a new datasource will need publishing rights to the Tableau
Other choices exist also -- these involve using either a data extract API
or command line tool to build a data extract. There is then a tool tabcmd that
can publish those locally built extracts to the server. While the initial cost
of these tools is nothing, the extra effort to use them can quickly offset what
you thought you saved by not getting a desktop license.
Another approach to modify a datasource to add new columns of data without
having the desktop license is for the original author to use custom sql or
connect to a stored procedure. Using a Select all columns (Select * from
DB.Table) syntax then puts the adding of columns into the hands of the database
designer and doesn't require the datasource to be rebuilt by someone with