Versionshinweise zu Tableau 8.3.6
Some dimensions or hierarchies on an MSAS cube that were originally hidden would stay hidden after being put into use and would not be displayed again after the Hide All Unused Fields option was set.
On a Mac running OS X Yosemite 10.10.3, users could not connect to Tableau Server from Tableau Desktop.
With Windows configured for English(United Kingdom), when you configured fields for Currency (Standard) and a locale of English (United States) and you exported the worksheet as Crosstab to Excel, the currency formatting for $ was converted to £.
When you created a new connection to Google Analytics, core reporting fields sometimes were missing from the Google Analytics connection.
With Tableau Desktop set to Japanese, Chinese, or Korean, when you tried to connect to a Vertica database with custom SQL, an error sometimes appeared.
After upgrading to Mac OS X 10.10.3, when you tried to connect to Google Analytics, sometimes a certificate error appeared and you could not connect.
When a dimension in an Essbase table contained a special character, an error appeared and you could not connect to the Essbase database.
On a Mac, when the automatic field renaming option was set to off using the DADM switch, the headers were still automatically capitalized, rather than displaying as expected.
When connecting to Hadoop Hive version 0.13, the case of a parameter value sometimes caused an error.
When connected to OData, datetime fields would sometimes import with null values.
When connected to a published data source, you could not edit the alias of a duplicate field.
After fiscal year start was changed, some date dimensions were not associated with the correct year.
Adding a parameter to an SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse connection sometimes caused the following MDX query error: "Invalid MDX command."
When you edited tooltips in Tableau Desktop 32-bit, Tableau sometimes closed unexpectedly.
When you used the Quarter date truncation with a HANA Calculation View data source, duplicate members appeared.