your suggestions are valid however there are few server level settings that needs to be taken care.
i suggest please touch base with your tableau admin as well.
** alternatively u can use TDE (extracts) as well.
Yes, it will work as you expected. Please create user as publisher and try this. Give save as permission to user.
Once they saved the workbook then same as original workbook columns will appear and same as new updates.
BI, Aspire Systems (India) Pvt Ltd
Hi Kumar ,
My concern here is ,, if I use TDE in the workbook and publish , the "WorkbookA " will be reflected with the new changes that might get added to datasource behind it whenever I refresh it in web , but if there is a save as copy of this workbook named "copyworkbookA" which user has created lets say one week before the latest addition to the "WorkbookA" , will not be reflected with the changes even if he refreshes the workbook "copyworkbookA".
Hi Rajan ,
What if the saved copy was taken weeks ago , in this case the new changes to the published datasource will not be reflecting in that saved copy even if you refresh it correct ?
Yes, You need to schedule saved copy of workbook and get new updates.
I disagree with you reg extracts,extracts reflect historical data and new data as well.
it all depends how the extract has been configured.
TDE will work.