8.1.2

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本リリースは Tableau 8.1 および 8.1.1.の以下の問題点に対処するための重要なアップデートです。

8.0、8.1、8.1.1 で作成された、またはこれらのバージョンにアップグレードされたすべての Salesforce の抽出は破損した、もしくは不正確なデータを含んでいる可能性があります。Tableau 8.1.2 を使って抽出を更新すると問題が修正されます。スケジュールされた更新も手動の更新も、最初は強制的に完全更新になりますが、以降は当初指定されたように、増分更新に戻ります。

Tableau Desktop では、ワークブックの使用を続行する前に Salesforce の抽出を更新するように促されます。後でもう一度ワークブックを開いたときに正しいデータが表示されるように、必ずワークブックを保存してください。

Tableau Server では、抽出が更新されるまで、元のビューは不正確なデータで利用可能な状態となります。

リリース日:
2013/12/22
Desktop ビルド番号:
8100.13.1220.1924
Server ビルド番号:
8100.13.1220.1924
Tableau Desktop (Back to top)
Issue ID
94596

When connecting to Salesforce data, creating multiple connections to the same data would not work and only one connection would be made.

94588

The connection name for extracts from Salesforce data could not be changed.

93827

When connected to a Salesforce data source, fields that contain a percentage were incorrect by a factor of 100. The automatic formatting for these types of columns is now disabled. To format these columns with the percent symbol (%), right-click the field and select Default Properties > Number Format. Then select Number (Custom) and add the percent symbol as a suffix.

Tableau Server (Back to top)
Issue ID
93647

Resolved a privately reported blind SQL injection vulnerability in Tableau Server. The vulnerability could have allowed arbitrary SQL commands to be passed to the Tableau Server backend database for execution. An attacker who successfully exploited the vulnerability could have taken complete control of an instance of Tableau Server. An attacker would have needed valid credentials or the guest account would have had to have been enabled to exploit this vulnerability. This vulnerability is rated Critical for 8.0.x and 8.1.x versions of Tableau Server, and customers are urged to upgrade at their earliest opportunity. Tableau has not received any information to indicate that this vulnerability has been publicly used to attack customers at the time this update was released. Tableau would like to thank Tanya Secker and Christiaan Esterhuizen of Trustwave SpiderLabs for identifying and reporting this issue (CVE-2014-1204) and for working with us to help protect our customers.

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