Save as local data source in Tableau

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How to save connection (or workbook) data as a local data source in Tableau Desktop?
Oct 30, 2019 in Tableau by ch
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Follow the below steps to save Data Source

  1. In Tableau Desktop, open the workbook that has the connection to the data you want to save as a file.

  2. At the top of the Data pane, right-click the name of the data source, and then select Add to Saved Data Sources.

  3. Enter a file name, select the file type (.tds or .tdsx), and then click Save.

answered Oct 30, 2019 by Cherukuri
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