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Tableau Hyper is Tableau's in-memory data engine technology optimized for fast data load and analytical query processing on large or complex data sets. In Tableau 10.25, new extracts use the .hyper file format instead of the .tde file format. You can download the files for your operating system (Windows and Linux) using this link: Hyper API 0.0.12982.


The Tableau Hyper lib setup has to be done in Groundplex; it will not work for Pipelines running in Cloudplex.

Unzip the Tableau package and place the native Hyper API library in a directory or folder accessible by the Java application. Move the lib/hyper to specific directory in jcc node and set the TABLEAU_HYPER_LIBS variable.



| |--hyperdstarter

| |--hyperd

If you move the lib/hyper to /home directory then you must set TABLEAU_HYPER_LIBS using either of the following methods:


  1. Export the TABLEAU_HYPER_LIBS = "/home/lib"

  2. Echo $TABLEAU_HYPER_LIBS should display /home/lib

  3. Restart the JCC and validate the tableau hyper related pipeline.


  1. Edit /etc/environment file and add TABLEAU_HYPER_LIBS="/home/lib

  2. Echo $TABLEAU_HYPER_LIBS should display /home/lib

  3. Restart the JCC and validate the tableau hyper related pipeline