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When upgrading from Tableau Desktop 9.0 to Tableau Desktop 9.1 or newer, calculated fields based on conditional IIF() statements sometimes returned incorrect data.
In Tableau Desktop and Tableau Server, changing stored procedure parameters via workbook parameters resulted in an error: "No such table."
Tableau Desktop sometimes became unresponsive with certain uses of table calculations involving totals.
In Tableau Desktop, when you set the workbook locale to Russian, default month names displayed incorrectly in the genitive case instead of the nominative.
In Tableau Desktop, Tableau Online, and Tableau Server, incremental extract refreshes via command line or the Tableau Online Sync Client were incorrectly run as full extract refreshes.
In Tableau Desktop, when connecting to MySQL data using Thai character encoding, white space characters were ignored. This sometimes resulted in treating non-identical dimension members as identical.
In Tableau Desktop, a workbook created from a performance recording warned that it would be upgraded when saved.
In Tableau Desktop, sorting a combined field using the right-click context menu option resulted in an error.
In Tableau Desktop, it was not possible to join tables from multiple different Google BigQuery data sources.
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