Adobe Analytics Tableau Direct Connector

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michaels1727455

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michaels1727455

michaels1727455

12-11-2014

With the existing Data Warehouse Tableau export functionality, there are several limitations (e.g., length of time to export, gap in measures available, etc.).

My proposal is to implement an Adobe Analytics Tableau Direct Connector. This will allow Adobe Analytics customers to increase agility with reporting and allow resources to be shifted from reporting to more time spent analyzing and recommending actions based on the data.

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benjamingaines2

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benjamingaines2

benjamingaines2

14-05-2015

I'm sorry to hear that, @emillermove. So that I can share it with the team, can you elaborate on how it "strays away from the very purpose of a tde?" 

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eddie_miller11

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eddie_miller11

14-05-2015

a TDE file is meant to be a archive file that has a reference to a source file/DB. Then you get the ability to refresh a tde by updating the source file and tableau can auto refresh the tde. In the scenario where a user gets the capability to export to Tableau, they get a file that can be consumed by Tableau, but not updated or refreshed. You can FTP it again under the same file name but its treated as a new data source. Since there is no connection to the Adobe file store, the tde is essentially a static file like a csv. the one thing it does do well is streamline the formatting considerations for Tableau, but Data Warehouse is much better off with that than Report builder or Reports if you were to just download and connect to Tableau.

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benjamingaines2

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benjamingaines2

14-05-2015

@emillermove: Thank you. That's very helpful. 

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spectaprod

spectaprod

10-03-2016

@benjamingaines any updates on this?

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fvisani

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fvisani

fvisani

07-04-2016

Hey @benjamingaines, do we have any update on this? We're still strugling to do some automation here without this integration. The Tableau file Data Warehouse gives us it's useless, it comes inside a zip.

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batben

batben

23-05-2016

Hello @benjamingaines,

 

any news on this?

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eddie_miller11

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eddie_miller11

23-05-2016

hi all, this web connector works pretty well.

 

http://t-connect.herokuapp.com/connectors/omniture/v0.1-alpha we

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samsnarr

samsnarr

17-05-2017

Just wanted to express high interest in this. We would use GA a lot less if we could get Adobe Analytics in Tableau instead of GA data.

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Gigazelle
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07-12-2017

Talked with product management on this one. There are tentative plans to work on this at the end of 2018. In the meantime, Cognetik has developed a third-party solution that might prove advantageous: Cognetik cloud connector

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31-01-2018

Fantastic idea! It's over three years now since this idea was floated.