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Tableau Desktop 2019.3.4

We recommend using the newest maintenance release of this version, 2019.3.13, which contains additional fixes.

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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

20193.20.0119.2058

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Release date

Thu, 23 January, 2020

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Changes were applied to improve security. See ADV-2020-008, ADV-2020-009, and ADV-2020-010 in Security Bulletins for more details.

Resolved Issues

Issue ID Description
1004488

When connecting to CSV files from a Dutch locale version of Tableau Desktop, initially 'comma' is not recognized as a field separator. After selecting any other character and then changing it back to comma, everything works as expected. The issue does not occur when using a different locale, for example English (Ireland).

1039104

Zip code 60686 was mapped in the incorrect location.

985225

Confusing registration file warning message, "Unable to flatten service registration info, because there is no registration file." needs no action from users setting configuration using TSM.

1031830

Arbitrary 10k limit for SSL certificate chain file upload causes this error, "External SSL Configuration Error: The file 'intermediate_longer.cert' exceeds the maximum allowed size of '10.240' bytes."

1040176

If there is an increase in settings like nprocs and other process limits on a Linux system running Tableau, then there should be an increase in kernel.pid_max and vm.max_map_count to avoid native thread errors.

1012201

Embedded views failed to load after updating to Chrome 80. For more information and solutions, see this KB.

1023006

After exporting a workbook to PowerPoint, apostrophes " ' " in the workbook name were encoded as "'".

1006460

Redshift extract creation failed without any error message if a query was cancelled by the database.


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