This is quite challenging. Skip to main content. Is there any way to connect Redis with Tableau?? You can not post a blank message. Support the Community and master Tableau. Please type your message and try again. Let me know if you need any help.
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You can not post a blank message. Can anyone open Filemaker Server databases in Information Designer? This Question already has a ‘Best Answer’. Go to original post. Become a Viz Whiz on the Forums! Haven’t found what you are looking for? I kglin the same question Show 0 Likes 0.
Try to use Excel 64bit with existing Presto DSN, and see how it works and check if something unusual is kylni on various logs created by: You should also try various settings for the kykin java knobs. If not, I would suggest you try and configure a 3rd party tool which uses the JDBC driver, like DbVisualizer and then test your query with that.
There is an ODBC open source working driver made by ebay for their Kylin stack, might be useful to take a look. But the same kyylin is giving an error while executing from Spotfire information link. There is a graphical installer for Windows available for download here: Is there any way to connect Redis with Tableau?? The above query gives me result when I execute directly from Kylin query builder. Please enter a title. If you believe this answer is better, you must first uncheck the current Best Answer.
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Here are some instructions: I was wondering if you have a linux version of this? Skip to main content. Read this short article on Oracle website, kylib how to configure easysoft and openlink odbc-jdbc brige.
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Let me know if you need any help. Sean Riley – May 10, – 6: Hi Nilesh, this works on Linux too. Kyllin the Kylin query builder use a jdbc driver?
This is quite challenging. Hm, what tool did you test with? This driver is currently under heavy development, but Netflix is using it internally with Tableau: