Hi Manoj ,
You can connect to Stored procedure from Tableau Desktop
Check the below link --> Once after you connect to data source --> you will find the stored procedures whatever available in you DB .
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stored procedure is a subroutine available to applications that access a relational database system. When you connect to a SAP Sybase ASE, Microsoft SQL Server, or Teradata database with Tableau, you can use a stored procedure to define the connection.
For Oracle, you can use a table function to define the connection. Oracle table functions act similarly to stored procedures and are listed under Stored Procedures on the Data Source page.
When you create a data source using one of these data types, available procedures are listed under Stored Procedures, as shown in the Microsoft SQL Server example:
From the left pane, drag the procedure to the canvas or double-click one of the listed procedures. If parameters are available in the procedure, the Parameters dialog box automatically displays.
Instead of entering a value, you can use an existing Tableau parameter, or create a new Tableau parameter for the value:
If you then expose the Tableau parameter in the view, users are able to change the value of the parameter in the procedure interactively.