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On August 1st, the Tableau development team updated the certificates for our Windows based product installers. This change may cause issues with installing specific versions of Tableau Products. To resolve, please install the latest maintenance version of the product you’re using here. For more details, please see this Knowledge Base article.

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Tableau Desktop 10.5.16

We recommend using the newest maintenance release of this version, 10.5.28, which contains additional fixes.

Download Tableau Desktop 10.5.28

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The Windows version has been removed due to an issue with certificates preventing it from being able to install correctly. For more details, please see this Knowledge Base article.

Build number

10500.19.0515.1024

Download Tableau Desktop 10.5.16

Release date

Tue, 21 May, 2019

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Changes were applied to improve security. See ADV-2019-018 and ADV 2019-019 in Security Bulletins for more details.

Resolved Issues

Issue ID Description
885551

When using later versions of Tableau Desktop, maximum DATETIME()or MAKEDATETIME() from SQL Server is null whether using YEAR([date]) or exact date.

878631

After upgrading from 10.3 to version 2018.2, when opening a specific dashboard in a workbook in Tableau Desktop 2018.2.6, the following error occurs:"ERROR: unable to grow file partition '' from 6743785472 to 7586775040 bytes".

920405
921492

Maintenance updates made to the Salesforce connector.

878289

Relative week/date filter returns the wrong days on Microsoft Analysis Services connection.

889074

Sometimes, a Pivotal Greenplum extract refresh would report as having run successfully even though the query was cancelled from the database side.

886032

When refreshing a Marketo extract, sometimes an "An unrecoverable error occurred" message occurs.


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