OneDrive Connector Has Been Deprecated and "OneDrive and SharePoint Online" Connector Was Added

Published: 08 Jul 2022
Last Modified Date: 11 Jul 2022


How to use the OneDrive connector when it has been deprecated in 2022.2? 

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The OneDrive connector has been replaced by the "OneDrive and SharePoint Online" connector. 

The original OneDrive connector only allowed access to a user's own files. Now, with the new connector OneDrive and SharePoint Online, the following abilities become available:
  • Share files with other users who are allowed to access.
  • Access to files in the SharePoint Online document library.

Additional Information

Related ideas are listed below:
OneDrive Connector; Support Shared files with Prompt Authentication [RELEASED]
MS Office 365 (SharePoint, OneDrive, Azure) Connectivity [RELEASED]

Note:  The new OneDrive and SharePoint Online connector will be available on Tableau Server with the 2022.3 release.  As a result, datasources cannot be published from a newer major version of Tableau Desktop (2022.2) to an older version of Tableau Server (2022.1).  Please see this knowledge article for more details.

For additional information about the permissions required by the OneDrive and SharePoint Online connector, please refer to the third-party links below*.
Microsoft Graph permissions reference - Delegated permissions

*Although we make every effort to ensure links to external websites are accurate, up to date, and relevant, Tableau cannot take responsibility for the accuracy or freshness of pages maintained by external providers. Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content.

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