You can schedule refresh tasks for published extract data sources and published workbooks that connect to extracts. New schedules can be created by Tableau Server Administrators on the Schedules page. For more information, see Create or Modify a Schedule.

Note: When a refresh is performed on extracts created in Tableau 10.4 and earlier (that is, a .tde extract), the extract is upgraded to a .hyper extract automatically. While there are many benefits of upgrading to a .hyper extract, your users won't be able to open the extract with earlier versions of Tableau Desktop. For more information, see Extract Upgrade to .hyper Format.

For information on how to refresh flow outputs, see Schedule a Flow Task.(Link opens in a new window)

  1. When you’re signed in to Tableau Server, select Explore from the left navigation pane, and then, depending on the type of content you want to refresh, select All Workbooks or All Data Sources from the drop-down menu.

  2. Select the check box for the workbook or data source you want to refresh, and then select ActionsRefresh Extracts.

  3. In the Refresh Extracts dialog, select Schedule a Refresh, and complete the following steps:

    • Select the schedule you want.

    • If available, specify whether you want a full or incremental refresh.

      A full refresh is performed by default. Incremental refresh is available only if you configured for it in Tableau Desktop before publishing the extract. For more information, see Refreshing Extracts(Link opens in a new window) in the Tableau Help.

    • Click Schedule Refresh.

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