iOS third-party cookie saga with Tableau Server and Salesforce Mobile Publisher

Modified photo, credit to Plays-in-Business

Solution walkthrough

  1. A domain created on our registrar with proper CA-signed wildcard SSL certificate for our domain, e.g: *.twiki.life. Note: alternatively you could have a different cert for each subdomain (e.g. one for our Salesforce Custom domain to run under sf.twiki.life; one for Tableau Server to run under twiki.life) .
  • Notice the Username = username → this is super important: The same email used in Salesforce is configured as username claim for SAML. We need this exact email configured as username in Tableau:
  • And now we can login and navigate to the page that contains the Tableau Dashboard embedded. And it works!!!!!!!!!!

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