Version et téléchargement

Tableau Server 9.3.4

Nous conseillons d'utiliser la dernière mise à jour de maintenance pour cette version, 9.3.24, afin de bénéficier de tous les correctifs disponibles.

Télécharger Tableau Server 9.3.24

Numéro de build


Télécharger Tableau Server 9.3.4

Date de lancement

mar., 12 Juillet, 2016

Assistance produit

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Notes de version pour Tableau 9.3.4 Remarque :les utilisateurs de Tableau Desktop pour lesquels les mises à jour produit sont activées dans leur environnement seront invités à appliquer la mise à niveau quelques jours après la mise à disposition d'une version de maintenance. Pour en savoir plus, consultez la base de connaissances Tableau.

Resolved Issues

ID du problème Description

In some cases, importing a large number of users into Tableau Server via tabcmd with a CSV file would take an unusually long amount of time and generate sustained high CPU load.


Workbooks connected to Amazon Redshift would intermittently fail to load if a prior load had failed or was cancelled.


On Tableau Server, after running an action, if a sheet did not use the source or target sheets' data sources, it would fail to load.


When using a filter's 'Find Values' search functionality in an iOS browser (e.g. Safari, Chrome, etc.), searching using Japanese characters would often fail to find existing values.


In some cases in Tableau Server, the number of server users did not match the number of users in the All Users group.


Exporting a site from Tableau Server would fail if a server administrator, that was not added as a user to the site, had favorited items in the site.


When signed in to Tableau Server in Tableau Desktop, the ISMEMBEROF() calculated field function failed to recognize you as a member of a group if the group name contained the "@" character.


In some cases, workbooks and data sources connected to Cloudera Impala did not prompt for credentials in your browser when published to Tableau Server using 'Prompt user' authentication.


In some cases when a Tableau Server backgrounder process became unlicensed, scheduled extract refreshes would still run and result in "path does not exist" errors upon subsequent refreshes.


When you refreshed a published data source in Tableau Server or Tableau Online, the data update time inserted in titles sometimes failed to update.


Connections to Tableau Server published data sources would intermittently throw a timeout or 'No Tableau Server user found' error for no apparent reason.

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