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It really depends on a few things, but my guess is taking an extract will be your best bet
what is the database you are connecting to
what is the hardware it is running on
is it local or remote (relative to tableau or tableau server) and what is the bandwidth to the database server
what does your viz look like (lots of table calc and LODs?)
you could do a performance recording and proceed based on the results: Record and Analyze Workbook Performance
Hope this helps!
Hi Jay. It is a SQL server database at my company. Hmmm hardward is my surface pro.
I'm not sure about the local or remote question ( I believe it is local...and I don't think i'M USING any server for tableau..it's just desktop connected to sql server).
I have 40-50 sheets, but not a ton of LOD's, some table calcs. Thanks!!