I answered this myself. Went to the Tableau Driver page and downloaded the Prep 2019.4.1 64bit Oracle driver. Thanks for the update, Thomas. Glad to hear it's now resolved. Ciara Program Manager Tableau Community Forums. Launch Tableau Prep Builder. In the Activation page, select one of the following options: Start a trial: Select this option if you don't have a product key but want to try Tableau Prep Builder.; Activate with a product key: Use this option if you are activating using the user interface and have a product key.; Activate by signing in to a server: Use this option if you are using login-based. Tableau Prep Builder: 2019.4.2 - 2020.3.3 Follow these steps to install the driver for Databricks on your macOS computer: Download the ODBC driver version 2.6.4 or later for your environment from the Databricks website (login required).
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Added in version 2021.1.4
Explore your Data
Hide fields that you don't need to clean while still including them in your flow output. You can hide fields at any time and Tableau Prep won't generate the data for those fields until your run the flow to create your flow output. All hidden fields are marked with a hidden fields icon. View a list of hidden fields in the Hidden Fields profile card. This card is automatically generated when you hide fields in your flow.
For more information, see Hide fields.
Clean your Data
More options when converting dates
You can now convert your date field values to either the day of the week or month name in one click. This feature adds two new options to the existing Convert Dates functionality added last year.
For more information about converting date values, see Apply cleaning operations.
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If you build flows in Tableau Prep, you can automate running your flows to refresh flow input and output data on a schedule using Tableau Server, instead of opening Tableau Prep Builder to run individual flows manually.
Tableau Prep Conductor runs flows, checks connection credentials, and sends alerts if a flow fails. Tableau Prep Conductor leverages the scheduling and tracking functionality of Tableau Server so you can automate running flows to update the flow output instead of logging into Tableau Prep Builder to manually run individual flows as your data changes.
For more information about the Tableau Prep Conductor process on Tableau Server, see Tableau Prep Conductor.
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Enabling Tableau Prep Conductor on Tableau Server
Before you can start publishing flows to your Tableau Server, there are server-level and site-level settings you must configure or verify to prepare your Tableau Server to allow publishing, scheduling and monitoring flows.
Review the following topics to understand Tableau Prep Conductor licensing, and learn how to enable Tableau Prep Conductor:
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Enable and Configure Tableau Prep Conductor on Tableau Server: This topic provides step-by-step instructions on how to enable and configure Tableau Prep Conductor, and preparing your Tableau Server to allow publishing, scheduling, managing, and maintaining flows.