The Java component used by Tableau Server was updated to 1.7.0_60 to address multiple critical security vulnerabilities described in an Oracle Critical Patch Update.
The 64-bit version of Tableau Server did not install the 32-bit PostgreSQL ODBC (psqlodbc) driver that was required for Amazon Redshift connections.
After upgrading Tableau Server in a distributed environment, PostgreSQL drivers were updated on the primary but not on the workers, and no message explained this. You must upgrade the workers manually.
On a site with a storage quota, administrators with a language other than English set in User Preferences could not edit site settings.
The error "org.postgresql.util.PSQLException: FATAL: role" repository "does not exist" sometimes appeared in the repository.log file during Tableau Server installation.
Accessing the Data Sources page by administrators was restricted and displayed an “internal error” message, whereas non-administrative users could access the page.
Exporting a published view with two or more measures on the Rows or Columns shelf resulted in duplicated exported rows. The number of times the rows were repeated was based on the number of measures on the shelf.
Opening a published workbook sometimes resulted in a "TableauException: Could not send Query (connection dead)" error and the workbook becoming inaccessible until Tableau Server was restarted.
Images in a subscription email for a workbook that had a filter applied to all views showed the filter applied to only one of the views.
Opening a view with a connection to a Teradata data source that prompted for credentials sometimes failed with an "IllegalArgumentException" error.
On SSL-enabled server running Tableau Server, using Java client code to generate a URL with a trusted ticket sometimes caused an exception "handshake alert: unrecognized_name".
When refreshing OData extracts, an “Out of memory” exception or an “HTTP Request timed out” error sometimes occurred.