Release Notes for Tableau 9.1.9
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.
In Tableau Desktop, when you added or edited a Web Page dashboard object, the edit dialog no longer contained the option to insert parameters.
When you refreshed a published extract based on a connection containing initial SQL using the Tableau Data Extract Command-Line Utility, an error occurred: "Tableau Data Engine Error: 4: Invalid Command: database: Path does not exist."
In Tableau Desktop, when connected to a multi-dimensional data source with dimensions containing multi-level hierarchies, inserting a dimension into a sheet title displayed "Null" if the same dimension was also used as a filter and if a hierarchy level greater than 0 was selected.
When you selected the "Day to date" option in a relative date filter, the start time displayed differently in Tableau Server than in Tableau Desktop.
In Tableau Server general settings, the "Synchronize All Groups" action only synchronized a group on one site if the same group existed in multiple sites.
In a published view on mobile devices, selecting a mark that also triggers a dashboard action failed to display the corresponding tooltip.
In Tableau Server, with certain locales (e.g. Portuguese), the date header in parameter/filter calendar widgets didn't display correctly.
In Tableau Server, when you used filter actions to navigate between sheets (e.g. drill down), a blank view sometimes resulted due to filtering on a null value.
When you added a user to Tableau Server with a Lotus Notes style email address in Active Directory, the user was unable to log in.
In Tableau Server, when two users attempted to save edits to the same workbook in web authoring mode, a nondescript error occurred instead of correctly warning that the workbook was being modified by another user.
In Tableau Server, temporary files related to incremental extract refreshes were not being removed in a timely manner. This resulted in excessive consumption of temporary disk space.
In some cases, loading a view in Tableau Server using client-side rendering would result in an unexpected error.
In certain cases, the metadata file exported from Tableau Server for SAML configuration wasn't recognized as a valid file when uploaded to an IdP.