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Date de publication:
20 Nov, 2014
Numéro de version Tableau Desktop:
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New Capabilities

A new "readonly" user provides access to most tables in the Tableau Server repository database, making it possible to create in-depth custom administrative views for analysis of server and server content usage.

Tableau Desktop (Back to top)
Issue ID

When connecting to an HP Vertica data source that required user credentials, a password that contained an apostrophe caused an “Invalid username or password” error.


The labels for the Dominican Republic provinces Distrito Nacional and Santa Domingo were switched on maps.


When pasting text copied from a website into a tooltip, the font size was set to zero, and the text did not display.


Tableau Desktop would hang when making a connection if the repository was at the root directory of a drive.


When opening a workbook with embedded database user name and password, an error appeared stating the user account on the database was locked.


Sometimes the general ODBC connector incorrectly required a schema to be selected before a connection to the data source could be completed.


Removing a quick filter from a dashboard while the mouse cursor was still over the quick filter could result in Tableau Desktop closing unexpectedly.


When printing workbooks from the command line or from the right-click menu, automatically sized dashboards sometimes did not print as shown.


Resizing a dialog could cause Tableau Desktop to close unexpectedly.


When connecting to data that contained columns that started with many rows of null values, the data did not load correctly into Tableau Desktop.


Any action in certain workbooks would result in a "Tableau Data Engine Error: 4: ReadOnlyDataStream::Extend" error.


Installing Tableau Desktop on Windows 8 caused file associations to change for Microsoft Access and Microsoft Excel files.


In Tableau Desktop, when a Tableau Server data source prompted a user for a password, that password would sometimes be recorded in the log file as plain text.


When opening an Excel or text file, Tableau Desktop could close unexpectedly if the initial directory was an unreachable network location.


Sometimes a filter action which had been configured to display in the menu after right-clicking on a mark would disappear from the tooltip.


When connecting to Google Analytics, selecting the Page Usage measure group added more than the maximum allowable 10 measures to the connection and caused the error: "HTTP bad request".


When opening a workbook for which a data source was changed or replaced, you could see an "Internal Error: An unexpected error occurred and the operation could not be completed." message.


When connected to a data extract, using calculations that included the Modulo operator sometimes caused the error Tableau Data Engine Error: 4.


Data blending gives inconsistent results when filtering from secondary data source.


When connected to a Splunk data source, string fields could not be turned into date types.

Tableau Server (Back to top)
Issue ID

Changing the owner of a published data source that has embedded credentials would result in a user not being able to edit and update the credentials, and any attempts to open workbooks would result in repeated prompts for credentials.


In Internet Explorer 11, when working with a view embedded in an iframe, expanding a combo box (for example in a filter) caused all of the view except the combo box to go blank.


When pasting text copied from a website into a tooltip, the font size was set to zero, and the text did not display.


In the web editing environment, if you renamed a sheet, and then used the Save As command to create a new workbook, the sheet was missing from the new workbook.


When a workbook was published without tabs, an action filter did not open a new tab when clicked.


When signed in to the server from Internet Explorer 8, the option to generate and download a snapshot of log files was not available.


Selecting a dashboard item that has a highlight action associated with it did not result in a highlight in a published workbook.


Tableau Server administrators could see a "Tableau Server encountered an internal error" message when attempting to view data sources if a workbook's owner no longer exists.


Updated the OpenSSL framework in Tableau Desktop and Server to 1.0.1j to address multiple security issues described in the OpenSSL Security Advisory (http://www.openssl.org/news/secadv_20141015.txt, 15 Oct 2014).


The cursor did not change from an arrow to a hand when it was positioned over an interactive (clickable) element.


Deleting a site from Tableau Server using tabcmd failed when either the site was large or there was not enough memory on the Tableau Server machine to support site deletion.


Background maps were not displaying when exported to an image if the map was rendered locally. The exported image included only the marks.


Various security issues were addressed that could compromise a user's browser.


Sometimes exporting a large view to a CSV file using tabcmd export caused the error: “Java heap space”.


Formatting a parameter control with a border caused it to display without any values when the “Show Title” option was not selected.


Hovering over a drill up/drill down (+) icon on one sheet of a dashboard would activate it and when you moved your mouse to the same icon on a different sheet it would not appear.


Sometimes a filter action which had been configured to display in the menu after right-clicking on a mark would disappear from the tooltip.


When using Manage Product Keys to refresh licenses, the following error occurred: “Some of your product keys could not be synchronized.”


Updated the Java component used by Tableau Server to address multiple critical security vulnerabilities described in the Oracle Critical Patch Update Advisory - October 2014 (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/topics/security/cpuoct2014-1972960.html).


URL actions in server-rendered story points would not work in Internet Explorer 8.


The control for drilling down into a field hierarchy did not appear on the field when you edited a view on Tableau Server.


In a published dashboard, a series of actions that included changing filter selections could result in a "C++ Exception: zone not found" error.

Tableau Mobile (Back to top)
Issue ID

When using either Apple Safari or Google Chrome browsers from an iPad, changing filters in a Tableau Server view caused the error: “TypeError: ‘null’ is not an object (evaluating ‘node.offsetLeft’).

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