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Release Notes for Tableau 10.0.5
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 the Tableau 9.3.10, 10.0.4, and 10.1.2 updates, data from Excel connections are inadvertently being treated as case-sensitive, causing many existing views to return incorrectly sorted data. 10.0.4 is removed from download site. This change is reverted and thus repaired in 10.0.5.
In some cases, extract refreshes scheduled to run using the Tableau Online Sync Client would not run after modifying the data source and forcing a refresh.
Incremental extract refreshes performed via the Tableau Online Sync Client was duplicating existing data instead of refreshing the extract with new data.
When connected to a SAS statistical file, IS8601DA10 formatted date fields were not correctly recognized and could not be converted to a different data type.
In some cases, when you added a new connection to a data source, an internal error would occur.
Updated Curl to version 7.51.0.
Editing the file path for a file-based data source in the Tableau Online Sync Client would fail to actually update the path when the sync client was set to run continuously, resulting in refresh failures.
Loading some workbooks connected to Teradata, and containing a large number of complex calculated fields, was noticeably slower when upgrading from an older version to Tableau 9.0 or higher.
Query performance could sometimes be slow when you were connected to an Exasol data source due to incorrect reporting of null columns.
When connected to a Hive-based data source and filtering a view using discrete, exact dates, the view would not show any data.
When connected to Cloudera Impala, certain parameter-based date calculations failed to return data when expected.
Adding additional fields to a SAS data file stored in a network folder, and then attempting to use the new fields in Tableau Desktop, would often result in a "no such column" error.
Tableau Data Extract query performance was noticeably slower, in some cases, after upgrading from Tableau 9.3 to 10.0 or higher.
When you vertically resized the Rows or Columns shelves in Tableau Desktop, any pills on the shelves would appear to disappear.
In some older workbooks opened in Tableau Desktop 10.0 or higher, when you edited the server and site path for a published data source to point it to an identical data source on another server, an error would occur: "This workbook contains a datasource that is dependent on a different
Some calculated fields, containing user functions (e.g. ISMEMBEROF), would result in a "no such column" error when used in a published data source.
In Turkish locale environments, Google Analytics dimensions would seemingly randomly fail to appear in Tableau Desktop even though they could be selected when initially connecting.
Publishing to a Tableau Server configured to use a non-standard port would fail with an error. In some cases, attempting to publish a second time would succeed.
When you ran a filter action on hover from a hidden sheet, targeting a dashboard, Tableau Desktop would quit unexpectedly.
When connected live to a Presto data source, some DATEDIFF function based calculations did not return the expected results.
In the Tableau 10.0.4 update, Excel connections were inadvertently changed to become case-sensitive, causing many existing views to break. For more details, please refer to the KB article http://kb.tableau.com/articles/issue/unexpected-behavior-from-filters-sorting-and-altered-views-in-excel-based-workbooks-after-upgrading.