On Windows, when Tableau Desktop stores credentials for accessing Tableau Server through a proxy, the proxy credentials are stored in trusted storage.
With Tableau Desktop set to Japanese, Chinese, or Korean, when you tried to connect to a Vertica database with custom SQL, an error sometimes appeared.
Appending CSV file data to an extract sometimes produced an error like the following: "Tableau Data Engine Error: 4: SimpleDatabase::SelectMetadataName: expected found=1, actual found=0 (fk=18446744073709551615 name="Cache&"nameTable="SCHEMAS")"
No "Number of Records" value was generated when connecting to a database using ODBC.
With SAS Statistical File connections, numeric values were incorrectly rounded up by a count of 1.
Data source filters sometimes filtered results incorrectly when a workbook was opened in Tableau Desktop 9.0.
When you created a relative date filter while connected to an analytic view in SAP HANA, an error appeared: "[SAP AG][LIBODBCHDB DLL][HDBODBC] Syntax error or access violation;257 sql syntax error: incorrect syntax near ",": line 4 col 72 (at pos 286)".
When you changed a parameter in a workbook that used custom SQL queries, multiple query batches (each with a single query) were issued instead of parallel queries.
When the user didn't have access to the Tableau temporary folder (for example, C:\Users\\AppData\Local\Temp\), Tableau sometimes stopped responding.
Tableau was closing unexpectedly when creating, editing, or viewing calculated fields if you had 3rd party accessibility tools installed.
When you attempted to refresh or re-open a workbook with a SAP BW connection that used a Single Value, Mandatory, No Default variable, an error resulted and the view didn't appear.
When you attempted to connect to an Excel workbook that contained a .gif image, an error resulted indicating communication with the Tableau Protocol Server had been lost.
Aggregate filters were not showing updated results when you removed dimensions from a view.
Print to PDF on large workbooks was slow and omitted some columns of data from the output.