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Tableau ODBC Connectivity to Salesforce, Web Services, SOA, and Data Services Blown Wide Open

August 16, 2011 No Comments

Standards based data access is a critical component for BI solutions.  Tableau agreed by introducing ODBC connectivity in Tableau v5.2 to allow access to several ODBC compliant data sources.

But what about real-time data sources like Salesforce.com, web services, SOA, data services layers, and XML data sources?

Tableau support for ODBC Version 3.0 compliant drivers is where Progress DataDirect blows real-time data access options wide open without a replication database.  For web services, SOA, and data services, you can customize a data access solution using the OpenAccess SDK.  To learn more, read about how organizations leverage their data services layers through standards based data access.

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