You are able to connect to your own WMS server as well as to Mapbox, which might be alternatives. I looked up multiple maps of India and have not yet had two sources show the same map. This is most likely in relation to the Kashmir conflict which has been ongoing for nearly seventy years now. I do not work for Tableau but I am not not sure they as an organisation are going to be willing to take sides in this dispute. The maps that Tableau use come from OpenStreetMap, so your issue would be more healthily directed toward them. I suspect if you had your own WMS server or used Mapbox (easy tie in as of Tableau 9.2) you will be able to have more control over political boundaries.
I strongly support Mahesh but comprehended what Carl said. Yes, I'm also aware of it but does it make sense if I ask OpenStreetMap as I am aware of this from Tableau software.???
Only Radcliffe line is in the history not the other. I request to follow the existing not the prediction
This not done Carl, this map is incorrect and Tableau should update this ASAP. I do not want Tableau to fall into Kashmir conflict!! That will be taken care by Indian and Pakistan.
Kashmir is part of India and there's some part of Kashmir lands Pak border and as Indian Citizen I accept this fact, and I expect you guys should also accept this fact.
If some can help me with escalation matrix for Tableau Software, I would appreciate your help!!
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Hi Mahesh Gujar,
To change the worldview of administrative borders for this region, you can change the workbook locale to Gujarati or Hindi.
On a PC:
File > Workbook Locale > More... > choose Gujarati (India) or Hindi (India)
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