Do you have a core license for your tableau server or do you pay separately for each user. You will be unable to share the dashboard that's published on the server unless you have a core license (and can use a guest account) or each user is named as a web user and has an account on Tableau Server. Are you using windows authentification or OAuth for your security on Tableau Server?
If these criteria are met you can use single sign on and whitelist your company website so that the server and company website will play nicely and allow the user to only enter their credentials from their personal machine when they first log in and then have access to tableau dashboards from within the company website.
Thanks Carl for your response, how tough it is integrating tableau dashboard into a site?
Well that depends...
It really will depend on what site you're going to embed it into, what type
of IT skills you have or the tech/security rules you have in place already.
Do your users have tableau server access? Are you using local auth or
Oauth, etc. there are far to many factors involved in this that I'm not
comfortable giving a simple response. I'm not a true techy type but here
are a few links that might be helpful:
On 2 June 2016 at 11:36, thimmaraju.madugundu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thanks Carl, I gone through those post already. I am not bothering all those stuff right now. But I just wanted to create simple webpage and embedded tableau dashboard in that.
The most simple and easiest way to create a webpage that displays a view from Tableau Server is to take the embed code located in the upper right corner and paste that into the body of a webpage. I was able to create a webpage by simply pasting that code into a text document, changing the extension to .html and opening it. This is an extremely simple and high-level overview of embedding a view on a webpage and doesn't take into account firewalls, ports, authentication or anything other then the creating of a webpage that displays a Viz. Hope this helps!
I Agree Nathan and did, how to avoid the login page is there anyway I can encrypt the credentials.
Below is the code which I did.
Click on the below image to go the Tableau Dashboard
<IMG SRC="ClickImage.png" alt="Image" style="Width:300px;height:400px;">
There are technically ways to embed credentials and share one credential
with multiple people but it would go against the EULA. You can avoid the
login page by using single sign on based on Windows authentification. Or a
guest account from a core license.
On Friday, 3 June 2016, thimmaraju.madugundu <email@example.com>
Thanks Carl (y) , where can I do Guest Account setting.
Navigate to Server > Settings > General and scroll down to Guest Access and add a check mark next to Enable Guest Account and save. If that option is missing, you likely do not have "Core" licensing but can check it out on the Licensing tab. See this help article for more info: Guest User