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Tableau - Once we have proper requirement we will create the worksheet in Developer environment and create the dashboard with all the worksheets and then do the unit testing and if everything looks good then we will publish the same in to the dev server with valid permission and the migration will be taken care by our tableau administrator




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asked SRVMTrainings August 11, 2014 07:38 AM  

Once we have proper requirement we will create the worksheet in Developer environment and create the dashboard with all the worksheets and then do the unit testing and if everything looks good then we will publish the same in to the dev server with valid permission and the migration will be taken care by our tableau administrator


           

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answered By rajendraprasad   0  
Hi,
A dashboard is a collection of several worksheets and supporting information shown in a single
place so you can compare and monitor a variety of data simultaneously. For example, you may
have a set of views that you review every day. Rather than flipping through each worksheet,
you can create a dashboard that displays all the views at once.
You can create a dashboard in much the same way you create a new worksheet.
Select Dashboard > New Dashboard.
Alternatively, click the New Dashboard tab along the bottom of the workbook.A new tab for the dashboard is added along the bottom of the workbook. Switch to the new
dashboard to add views and objects.
When you open a dashboard the Dashboard window replaces the Data window on the left side
of the workbook. The Dashboard window lists the worksheets that are currently in the
workbook. As you create new worksheets, the Dashboard window updates so you always
have all worksheets available when adding to a dashboard.
it.
After a view is added to the dashboard, the worksheet is marked with a check mark in the
Dashboard window. Also, any legends or quick filters that are turned on for the sheet are
automatically added to the dashboard.
By default, dashboards use a Tiled layout, which means that each view and object is
arranged into a single layered grid. You can change the layout to Floating to allow views
and objects to overlap. See Organizing Dashboards to learn more about these layouts.


Thanks & Best Regards,

Rajendraprasad

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