Try Manual Refresh and Check if works fine then, try to refresh your create a need extract refresh option and check. if that works perfect might be tableau server issue.
These came from a manual refresh, and are on Tableau Online, not Tableau Server, which is why I still have a question.
One more questions, Refresh is not working only for 2 reports are many..?
It worked, but was pending for 8 minutes before the refresh actually started. I'm wondering what to expect for that lag.
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My question from the beginning has been what to expect for pending times on
Tableau Online. I need to know how this factors into our daily data update.
That question has not been addressed, so I am not closing this thread.
On Wed, Sep 26, 2018, 2:07 PM venkatram <firstname.lastname@example.org>
There is a time limit built in for extract refreshes on Tableau Online, so it won't take more than 2hrs.
I don't think its common for queries to take close to that time, but there are some tips available to help speed up the refreshes.....
Hopefully this helps. Can you please post back to let us know how you get on?
Use live connections instead of extracts. See Keep Data Fresh for identifying which cloud-based data sources are capable of connecting live on Tableau Online.
Use incremental extracts. See Refresh Extracts for more information.
Decrease the size of the data extract. Two common ways to do this:
- Hide all unused fields when creating an extract. For more information, see Extract Your Data in Tableau Help.
- Add data source filters to remove unused columns. For more information, see Filter Data from Data Sources in Tableau Help.
Refresh the published extract using Tableau Bridge, the Command Line Utility, or manually using Tableau Desktop. For more information, see the Related Links.
Try scheduling extract refreshes at different times of day, or at night.