thanks for providing tabjolt and a bit of background on it. I'm looking forward to kicking the tires.
This is really useful. We'll be giving it a lot of attention, thanks a lot.
Thank you Neelesh,this looks very useful.
I wanted to have a look in the sources but, khm, it seems you put only the binaries to github. As the license it MIT (=open source) and you advertise this tool as open source I guess the best would be to store sources on github (without binaries and JAR dependencies) would make more sense. I mean the current github repo is quite useless in this form.
Actually I tried to google "tabjolt source code", no luck at least on the first page. No source code link on github page. No source code in Tableau blog (tabjolt announcement).
I'm with Tamas, there should be source code available on GitHub, not only jars.
Depending upon how much trouble was taken, decompiling jars could prove viable, but that's missing the point.
It's going to be difficult to build a community around it if there's no ability to at least look and see what it's doing.
The good news (and our goal) is that TabJolt just works without the need for any coding. If you are familiar with doing some basic software installation and configuration (for the third party stuff), our goal was to have something that just works without the need for script development and deep knowhow. As a first project, we really wanted to see what kind of interest we would get for a tool like this and what ideas maybe generated.
However, we primarily needed a repository as a place to make this available for distribution because it's not tied to the product release vehicle. Hopefully that gives you some context on the why. We are continually evaluating the approach on this and welcome your ideas and feedback.
I hear you on the fact that it's open source but no source. Kinda feels like someone asking for a juicy burger without the patty
Predominantly we use JMeter under the hood for the load generation. For those of you familiar with JMeter, you can open up the test plans etc in the JMeter UI if you wish and play with it.
Hopefully that gives you some context on the why. We are continually evaluating the approach on this, and welcome your ideas and feedback.
Thanks for trying out TabJolt and exploring new ideas with it.
Also, github has "source code" download links even if there are no sources in those files:
These confused me. I mean if the tool is not open source then it's a different story and we will not ping you guys for the sources anymore.
Thanks, Neelesh, I understand.
The problem then comes down to nomenclature.
It's free to use, which is a good thing, but it's not open source.
Thanks, Neelesh & Team! Got TabJolt up and running on my machine. It's time to have some great fun load testing v9!
One could try TSUNG the erlang load testing tool.
Tsung is an open-source multi-protocol distributed load testing tool - http://tsung.erlang-projects.org/
Hope this helps.
Great tool. Do you have any plan to make it open source?
Nice tool! Very much useful. Will explore more on it.
Tabjolt and HTTPS.
Any guidance.....compatible / incompatible? Any perceived issues / concerns?
can you please share your knowledge on how to connect tableau server to hana database. that would be a great help.
You can open a new thread with this questions as this thread is not related to your question for some more detailed discussion.
Just to give you a clean picture, You need to install the HANA drivers and configure ODBC connections to it. You can then use Tableau to connect to HANA using ODBC and consume the tables in your Visualization.
you can check this blog out to know more