I just tested it out, and it appears that there's only 1 jar file. I downloaded and installed from here the 64-bit version. Tableau Server 10.4.1 | Tableau Software
Did you download 10.4.1 64-bit ? Do you have admin rights where you downloaded to?
I downloaded the 10.4.0 64 bit version of both tabcmd and tableau server. But I had no luck.
Can you confirm whether 10.4.1 contain all other files ?If so, I can download and install it.
Hi Nivitha N,
I have no upgrade experience on Tableau Server or Tableau Command Line Utility.
But previously I have downloaded only Tableau Server Command Line Utility (10.4) and installed on my local machine.
I have used below link for downloading tabcmd.
Download Files section at the bottom of this page.
I am not sure but i think you can only install new version of "Tableau Server Command Line Utility" without upgrading of tabcmd.
Because I have installed 10.5 "Tableau Server Command Line Utility" on my local machine as well as 10.4.
You can try below link for downloading latest file.
Tabcmd For Server
and also your scripts using any tabcmd commands should be directed to new installation path.
I hope this works.
It is working fine in Windows machine. But when i copy the files to linux machine, I am not able to invoke the tabcmd.
oh. Linux is a different animal! For this to work, you need to copy the files from the lib library which I think can be retrieved from your server installation. For our Linux, we copied the lib from G:\Tableau\Tableau Server\10.3\repository\jre\lib
Also, there's a bunch of forum threads out there if you just google tabcmd linux in reference to this subject.
In G:\Tableau\Tableau Server\10.3\repository\jre\lib, I dont see any tabcmd files. Are you sure you copied only from G:\Tableau\Tableau Server\10.3\repository\jre\lib diectory ?.
I think so. And by the way G:\Tableau\Tableau Server is where we have our install at. Typically it goes somewhere under program files on the C drive. And these files under the lib folder aren't specific to tabcmd, they are more general purpose to TS, and should permit your tabcmd to run on Linux, at least it does for us.
I could fix the issue by replacing the -cp "Path" with -jar "Path" in the tabcmd.sh file
It took a while to find it out.