Release Notes for Tableau 9.2.8
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.
Color palette changes were sometimes not saved in Tableau Desktop. The issue may still occur but it is now possible to reset color assignments and reapply a color palette to correct the issue.
In Tableau Desktop, filters containing table calculations would sometimes cause row and column grand totals/sub-totals to disappear.
In Tableau Desktop, connecting to an OData data source utilizing digest authentication was not supported and attempts to connect would fail.
Connections to some databases from Tableau Desktop would fail to drop some temporary tables upon connection close.
In certain cases, creating a Google Analytics connection in Tableau Desktop would stay at the creating extract stage indefinitely.
When publishing from Tableau Desktop to Tableau Server, removing the selection for "Show selections" check box in the publishing dialog had no effect and the workbook would still be published with selections shown.
When connected to Sybase ASE in Tableau Desktop, the Sort by Field option was not available in the Sort dialog when sorting a dimension.
After upgrading to Tableau Desktop 9.2.6, opening a workbook connected to a cube data source would fail with error: "NoPassword".
When connected to a cube data source, sheet titles that dynamically changed with filter selections would sometimes fail to display the correct values.
Hidden or invalid fields in a data source, that were not visible in Tableau Desktop, would sometimes appear when using web authoring in Tableau Server.
When connected to SybaseIQ in Tableau Desktop, attempting to edit a Top N set filter would fail with an error.
When signing into Tableau Server from Tableau Desktop, the remembered user name would drop the domain prefix if it had been previously entered.
In Tableau Desktop, when connected to a Salesforce data source, if you changed the data type of a field and then edited the data source it was possible to end up with a broken data source.
When joining tables, the default join relationships were often not the expected ones.
Extracts in workbooks published to Tableau Server fail to refresh with a "cannot evaluate user filter; no current user or group" error when the extract was part of a data source containing a user filter.
In Tableau Desktop, using an Microsoft SQL Server datetime2 field would sometimes result in an error: "The conversion of a datetime2 data type to a datetime data type resulted in an out-of-range value."
In Tableau Desktop, command buttons in axes tooltips would still be displayed even when the "Include command buttons" option was unchecked in the Edit Tooltip dialog.