As someone who administers Tableau Server, this is something I have explored many times, but maybe from a slightly different perspective than yours. It sounds like you may not have access to Tableau Server, so using it at any point in this process is not an option. Instead, I think you are looking for a way to get that embedded view, like Daniel shared above, by using a TWB file only.
This probably isn't the answer you are hoping for, but this is Tableau's intended use as I understand it. If it were easy to embed these views anywhere, why would people pay for Tableau Server?
Good luck and let me know if I misunderstood your question.,
Tableau is a bit of a pain because most of the views you'll create need to be exported regularly. And it's expensive, so you've either got a tradeoff of "lots of people with expensive licenses" to view directly from the Tableau server or "the view is always out of date".
Add to the frustration of many browsers not supporting file:/// locations and it's probably better to pull straight from Tableau if you've already got licenses assigned. At my organization, we do embed from Tableau server using the Bob Swift HTML for Confluence macro.
For your convenience, here's our documented steps to embed a view:
If someone tries to see your views but is not logged into Tableau, they will be prompted to login and then the views will load.
Not sure if anyone is interested but I did manage to embed a Tableau dashboard into Confluence Cloud using iFrame
First you need to get the embed code from the dashboard and the content between the double quotes and after the 'src=', goes into the iFrame URL eg:
The width and height are listed in the embed code (just prior to the 'scr') as well and can be set within the iFrame.
Took a bit of trial and error but it meant I didnt have to pay for the add-on, so I am happy :)
EDIT: I think I got lucky with the above embed code as not all dashboards are that simple - changing the "DataStory-LES-Rent-Desktop/ReportCardDashboard-Rent-Desktop" to your dashboard seems to work however
We have discussed at length the options for displaying files from shares (mapped drives, NAS, SAN, etc) on this thread:
Confluence: How to place a link to a file on a server share in a confluence page?
There are a lot of options so I hesitate to repeat them.
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