Release Notes for Tableau 10.2.2
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Data Server processes would sometimes hang when you loaded a workbook connected to a published data source based on a text file located in a shared network folder.
In some workbooks, refreshing the view would cause the view to go blank due to filter selections becoming deselected.
When you tried to load different revisions of a published workbook, the same revision version was always displayed.
In some cases, published views connected to a published data source would render with incorrect values due to fiscal year start being inadvertently ignored.
Labels for heat map views, created using square marks, were not displayed past the first page when the view also utilized multiple pages.
A Version mismatch error would intermittently occur when loading views, typically when Tableau Server was under high load.
Workbooks connected to HANA via single sign on would incorrectly prompt for credentials when loaded.
Updated Firebird components to version 2.5.6.
If a dashboard had a name that was longer than 160 characters, an error would occur when you tried to download it as an image or PDF.
Views would intermittently fail to load without any error and appear blank in Tableau Server due to underlying calculated fields being incorrectly evaluated as invalid.
Workbooks connected to published data sources, containing parameters with large numbers of selections, loaded considerably slower than equivalent workbooks using embedded data sources.
Certain workbooks would encounter a Session ended by server error when you changed a parameter selection.
Updated psqlODBC drivers to version 09.06.0200. This version includes an updated version of OpenSSL 1.0.2k.
When certain font and font size combinations were used, axis labels would be truncated if the axis title was hidden.
Data Server processes would sometimes crash when loading a dashboard with multiple sheets connected to a text file in a network shared folder.
Loading certain dashboards would fail with a Cannot read property 'substr' of undefined error.
When you published a workbook via tabcmd, and it failed for a valid reason (e.g. incorrect data source information), subsequent attempts to republish the workbook would continue to fail even if the issue had been corrected.