Release Notes for Tableau 9.1.11
Note: Tableau Desktop customers in environments with Product Updates enabled will be prompted to upgrade a few days after a maintenance release is made available. For more information, see the Tableau Knowledge Base.
In Tableau Desktop, attempting to create a conditional extract filter, by formula, on a date field would result in an internal error.
When connected to a published data source in Tableau Desktop, attempting to pivot more than 26 columns in the data grid produced unexpected results.
When creating a range of dates filter in Tableau Desktop, the slider and type-in boxes in the filter dialog did not allow for seconds to be specified.
When saving a workbook to Tableau Public in Tableau Desktop, the workbook name drop down menu appeared to do nothing.
In some cases, running multiple highlight actions on a dashboard exhibited different behavior between Tableau Desktop and Tableau Server.
In Tableau Server environments configured to use SAML and SSL, the logout_disabled cookie was not being set with a secure flag. There was no exploitable vulnerability due to the missing secure flag.
In Tableau Server, the workgroup_session_id was being logged to the production.log file. Now the first 32 characters of the workgroup_session_id SHA-256 value are logged instead.
Trying to access a workbook or data source on Tableau Server containing the string "login" in its URL would result in an error: "SSL peer certificate or SSH remote key was not OK".
Importing users into Tableau Server from a file did not recognize domain nicknames and the import would fail.