Each QQube Data Model is already configured for any version of Tableau desktop 2019 or later. The underlying tables are already linked, and the relationships are already established. (In a typical data warehouse, there is only one way to attach the underlying tables).
All you need to do is open one of the examples, and the data should refresh automatically.
Open up the Configuration tool, and highlight Tableau under the Examples section. You should see a list of Tableau examples - at least one for each data model.
If you see a data model example grayed out, please review this guide on selection and synching.
Check the synch logs to ensure successful and accurate data extraction.
Open up an example from the QQube Configuration Tool. Double clicking on time_tracking_(qqube10.x).twb, brings up the following example:
There is no need to manually connect to any QQube related source as everything is already put together for you, including default formatting, and delineation of measures and dimensions.
We follow decades long data warehouse practices, meaning that there is only one way to put the tables together - and there is no need to tie one data model to another. Each one is complete unto itself.
Here is the underlying data model for the time_tracking_(qqube10.x).twb above:
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