You can use the Tableau Hyper API to create
.hyper extract files (supported in Tableau 10.5 and later). Using the Hyper API you can build applications that can insert, read, update and delete data from those files.
- For more information about the Tableau Hyper API, see the Hyper API documentation(Link opens in a new window).
- For more information about the
.hyperformat, see Extract Upgrade to .hyper Format.
If you are using Tableau 10.5 and later, you can still use the Upgrade from the Extract API 2.0 to the Hyper API(Link opens in a new window) to create
.hyper files. However, the Hyper API provides you more options for working with the extract files and offers improved performance.
If you're using Tableau 10.4 and earlier, you can continue to use the Tableau SDK to create
.tde extracts and publish those extracts to Tableau Server. For more information, see the Tableau SDK documentation.
The Hyper API runs on Windows, Linux, and macOS and supports multiple programming languages, including C++, Java, and Python, and .NET (C#).