m2, which contains a cache of Java binaries, either built from source or cloned from a hosted Maven repository. To locate this directory, run the following command in your terminal, which will locate the
m2repository on your machine.
m2repository on the machine that you used to build Pinot from source. After completing the previous step, you will need to locate those binaries using the folder location of your
m2repository, such as
/Users/user/.m2/repositoryfor this example.
Driversdirectory, which will vary depending on whether you are using macOS or Windows. The folder locations for each operating system are listed below.
Driverdirectory for your Tableau Desktop installation on macOS. Now, let's now copy the three Pinot binaries from their respective
m2repository locations to Tableau's
Driversdirectory. The output from the command below will identify and save the most recent Pinot snapshot version that you've installed from Maven to an environment variable.
#.#.#-SNAPSHOT. If that's the case, then you can run the following commands in the same terminal window to install the Pinot binaries to Tableau Desktop.
Driversdirectory in the previous steps.
File > Newmenu option
Data > New Data Sourcemenu option
Other Databases (JDBC)option in the resulting window
SQL92as your dialect
localhost:9000) and the broker (by default
localhost:8000) can be accessed from your machine.