Tableau is an advanced data visualization platform. This article describes how to connect Tableau to the Tealium DataAccess solution.
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Tealium has a partnership with Tableau but is not a reseller. Ensure that you obtain the proper Tableau licensing before attempting to use the product. If you need assistance, contact your Account Manager to initiate and facilitate support.
This section describes how to add a new data soure and connect to Amazon Redshift.
Use the following steps to connect to Amazon Redshift:
tealiumand your profile is
dataaccessyour schema will be
In the following example, the keys used to join two (2) tables together are as follows:
visits_view.“visit - visitor id” =
visitors_view_normalized.“visitor - id”
When using a new data source, organize the fields prior to creating any reports, as described in the following suggestions:
COUNTD([Event - Visitor Id])
The following list provides examples of other custom calculations you may want to use:
COUNTD([Event - Id])
IF FIND([Event - User Agent],"Chrome") > 0 AND FIND([Event - User Agent],"Mac") > 0 THEN [Event - Udo - Order Subtotal] END
COUNTD([Event - Udo - Order Id])
COUNTD(IF [Event - Udo - Order Subtotal] > 500 THEN [Event - Udo - Order Id] END)
Check that your password does not contain any of the following disallowed characters:
The Tableau server gateway port (Default = 80) is likely blocked by something outside of the Tableau Server, such as a proxy or firewall. As a result, the response from Tableau server does not reach the user.
If you receive this message, it is likely that one of the following has occurred:
To resolve this issue, work with your IT team to unlock the port used as the gateway port on the Tableau server.