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Note: This version of the Tableau Data Extract API has been deprecated.
Use the Extract API 2.0 to create .hyper extract files for Tableau 10.5 and later.
Use the Tableau SDK to create .tde extract files for Tableau 10.4 and earlier versions of Tableau.
For information about all the tools and APIs you can use to automate and customize Tableau, see Tableau Developer Tools.
The Data Extract API enables developers to write their own programs and scripts that access and process data, then use the API to directly create a Tableau Data Extract (TDE) file. The TDE file can then be used in Tableau Desktop or published to Tableau Server.
The Data Extract API is available for the Windows and Linux platforms, in both 32bit and 64bit versions. It includes versions for C/C++, Java, and Python.
The use of the Data Extract API is governed by the License Agreement below. You should read the entire agreement carefully, but here are a few highlights:
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