- In Internet Explorer, go to Settings > Internet Options.
- On the Security tab, select Trusted Sites, and then click Sites.
- In Websites, enter the following map server URLs one at a time, and then click Add. When finished, click Close
- Tableau Desktop 9.3 and later versions: maps.tableausoftware.com
- On the Security tab, select Local intranet, and then click Sites.
- In the Local intranet dialog box, click Advanced.
- In Add this website to the zone, enter the following map server URLs one at a time, and then click Add. When finished, click Close.
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Thanks for your Response ,Swetha
But I worked even this.still its not working . My issue is that when i plainly plot the points on dashboard and publish them(excel sheet being the data source) I could able to view them.
If I add more details and filters ,setting map layers (US County borders and names), and publish them,relative points are seen,but map does not get loaded.(Here , data source is an extract of MYSQL database holding around 3000 records blended with a excel sheet data source).
Is there anything i should do with the server configuration?
Are you running Tableau Server on a single Server, or on a Cluster?
Please can you perform the following test.
1. Please login (via RDP) onto your Tableau Server. Preferably as the 'Run As' Account that Tableau Server runs under (if you are using it, if not a Windows Server admin account will do)
2. Open Internet Explorer, and attempt to connect to a website (www.google.com will do). Does this work?
Did you update the server to 10.0 ? If Yes, then the domain for maps have changed. So please research on that.
As mentioned if you are still using 9.3 then please ignore the above.