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Tableau 9.2 gives you new ways to save time when you’re preparing data for analysis, increased flexibility to control and customize your maps and visualizations, more options to help you manage and secure your content, and much more.

See what's new in Tableau 9.2

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.

Fecha de la versión:
07 Dic, 2015
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Tableau Desktop (Back to top)
Issue ID

In Tableau Desktop, the map of Tanzania showed out-of-date administrative divisions.


In Tableau Desktop, using nested level-of-detail (LOD) expressions sometimes resulted in "No such column" errors.


In Tableau Desktop, when connecting to .tsv files, the Data Source page did not list all available .tsv files in the specified directory.


In Tableau Desktop, clicking in the white space underneath a parameter value that you just changed resulted in an internal error.


In Tableau Desktop, when you scrolled through a view, the image sometimes lagged, and made jumps of intermittent size.


In Tableau Desktop, sheet caption text was cut off when you added the sheet to a dashboard or printed it to PDF.


In Tableau Desktop, when you worked on a dashboard that included multiple sheets with synchronized page displays, clearing the "Show history" check box turned off history trails for one sheet, but not for the synchronized sheets.

Tableau Server (Back to top)
Issue ID

Publishing a workbook with a Web Data Connector data source name longer than 255 characters resulted in an error.


In Tableau Server, when using a published Other Databases (ODBC) data source, you couldn't add an aggregated measure to a view.


In Tableau Server, only an inactivity timer was used to check the lifetime of a user session, and the session's lifetime could be extended indefinitely. The session now expires based on an absolute timeout.


In Tableau Server, permissions for configuration files allowed unauthorized users access.


In Tableau Server, sometimes clicking a filter action in a tooltip caused the view to freeze up or displayed a Javascript API error message.

Tableau Reader (Back to top)
Issue ID

In Tableau Reader, a user could change a quick filter type.

Tableau Mobile (Back to top)
Issue ID

When you used certain proxy configurations with Tableau Server, attempting to access Tableau Server content with Tableau Mobile resulted in the following error message: "Tableau cannot reach the server. Check the network connection and tap Refresh to try again."

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