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Notes de version pour Tableau 9.0.6
On a Redshift connection, when a calculated field name contained a mix of ASCII and non-ASCII characters, sometimes the calculation returned an erroneous Null result.
When editing a Google Analytics connection that included calculated metrics, a LogicAssert error sometimes occurred.
Tableau Desktop treated a binary collation on Vertica connections incorrectly as a case-sensitive string collation, which caused filters on string-typed fields to return incorrect data.
A relative date filter connecting to Teradata used a Timestamp data type, which resulted in sub-optimal performance.
Formatted text pasted into a comment cell sometimes was saved incorrectly.
When using a Progress OpenEdge data source, SQL errors sometimes occurred when you filtered on a calculated field.
Sometimes, when changing the My Tableau Repository location, many duplicate folders were created.
Sometimes, after changing a filter, an expensive query was sent to Redshift.
In the calculation editor, typing certain special characters produced unexpected cursor movement.
Sometimes changing a filter on a dashboard resulted in the following error: "Invalid field formula due to limitations in the data source".
When adding a WMS Server to Tableau Desktop, the following error message appeared: "Error 504: Gateway timeout".
When you accessed a shared dataset on Google BigQuery for which you weren't granted project-level access, an "Access Denied" error occurred.
The "fullname" and "username" functions did not appear correctly in tooltips if the data source contained columns with those names.
Launching Tableau Desktop resulted in a proxy authentication prompt on networks that use multiple NTLM proxies via a Proxy Auto-Config (PAC) file.
On computers with certain graphics cards, unwanted borders sometimes appeared in the view.
A calculated field with a long name that included both ASCII and non-ASCII characters returned Null or caused a "BinaryTupleWriter::AddTuple" error.
On Teradata connections, when a non-ASCII table name was added to the data source, the name was truncated even when fewer than 10 non-ASCII characters were in the name.
Clearing the filter selections in a Custom List quick filter sometimes caused Tableau to stop running unexpectedly.
Sometimes, in a published story, clicking a Story Point and then refreshing the browser page caused the error, "Unknown Visual".
Using a Google Big Query data source with joined tables sometimes produced the following error: "The JOIN operator's right-side table must be a small table".
A workbook with a live connection to a Hadoop data source sometimes took a long time to cancel queries after you clicked the Cancel button.