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Release Notes for Tableau 9.2.9

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.

Date de publication:
14 Juin, 2016
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New Capabilities

No new capabilities.

Tableau Desktop (Back to top)
Issue ID

In some cases, when you ran a filter action used to navigate between dashboards, it would unexpectedly trigger across all dashboards in the workbook and cause a cascading filter effect or take you to the wrong dashboard.


In certain cases, when connected to Google BigQuery in Tableau Desktop, filtering on a field not used in the view would result in a "No such column" error.


In Tableau Desktop, a parameter inserted into the URL of a web page dashboard object used the display value of the parameter instead of its actual value.


When signing into Tableau Server from Tableau Desktop, if your Tableau Server was configured to use local authentication, the remembered username in the Tableau Desktop sign in dialog would contain a "local\" prefix and fail to sign in after entering your password. Removing the "local\" prefix would allow the sign in to succeed.


When connected to a published data source in Tableau Desktop, attempting to pivot more than 26 columns in the data grid produced unexpected results.


Editing a filter title on a dashboard would sometimes fail to preserve the change when saving and re-opening the workbook in Tableau Desktop.


Highlight actions failed to un-highlight when moving your cursor off of the highlighted item.


In Tableau Desktop, attempting to create a conditional extract filter, by formula, on a date field would result in an internal error.


When creating a range of dates filter in Tableau Desktop, the slider and type-in boxes in the filter dialog did not allow for seconds to be specified.


In some cases in Tableau Desktop, after refreshing an extract in a packaged workbook and saving the workbook, re-opening the workbook would fail with an unexpected error.


In Tableau Desktop, connecting to an SAP BW query containing navigational attributes exceeding 28 characters, and attempting to use the attributes in a view, would result in an invalid MDX command error.


When saving a workbook to Tableau Public in Tableau Desktop, the workbook name drop down menu appeared to do nothing.

Tableau Server (Back to top)
Issue ID

In some cases, scheduled extract refreshes in Tableau Server would frequently fail with a "Cleaned up crashed job" message in the Background Tasks for Extract admin view.


In some cases in Tableau Server, views based on file-based data sources would not display new data after you modified the underlying file-based data source.


In Tableau Server, the workgroup_session_id was being logged to the production.log file. Now the first 32 characters of the workgroup_session_id SHA-256 value are logged instead.


In Tableau Server, scheduled extract refreshes would intermittently fail with a logic assert error.


In some cases in Tableau Server, tooltips would prematurely disappear when clicking on a header and trying to use the tooltip command buttons.


In some cases, running multiple highlight actions on a dashboard exhibited different behavior between Tableau Desktop and Tableau Server.


Highlight actions failed to un-highlight when moving your cursor off of the highlighted item.


Importing users into Tableau Server from a file did not recognize domain nicknames and the import would fail.


In certain cases in Tableau Server, clicking the command buttons in a tooltip (e.g., "Keep Only," or "Exclude") would result in an error: "tuple id cannot be resolved".


Trying to access a workbook or data source on Tableau Server containing the string "login" in its URL would result in an error: "SSL peer certificate or SSH remote key was not OK".


In some cases, loading a view in Tableau Server using client-side rendering would result in an unexpected error.


When viewing a Tableau Server embedded view, with "Show sheets as tabs" enabled, filter selection drop down menus would sometimes appear out of position in the browser window.


In Tableau Server environments configured to use SAML and SSL, the logout_disabled cookie was not being set with a secure flag. There was no exploitable vulnerability due to the missing secure flag.


When embedding a Tableau Server view using the ":tabs=no" URL parameter, the view toolbar would not show in the browser.

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