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Notas de versão do Tableau 9.0.4
Sometimes after you made web edits, and then closed and reopened the page, you could not use the Revert option.
Sometimes when you blended data from a cube and another data source, an error occurred when you selected the View Data or Export Data commands.
Exceptions sometimes occurred in vizportal after you removed groups.
Sometimes when you used the Tableau Server REST API to update a site, all site users where changed to unlicensed.
On Firefox, Internet Explorer 10, and earlier browsers, images sometimes failed to render.
Tableau Server License Manager sometimes did not correctly put quotation marks around parameters that included whitespace characters, such as spaces.
Initial SQL statements were not executed even though "Ignore initial SQL statements for all data sources" was not enabled in Tableau Server.
The list of Tableau Server data sources on the Data Sources page did not include a "Live / Last Extract" column.
Certain views performed more slowly than expected in 9.0 versions of Tableau Server.
A user could have sent a specially crafted request to Tableau Server that allowed the user to impersonate a different user. KB link: Security Advisory: Users Can Be Impersonated
You could not add users whose user names included "at" (@) symbols to more than one site.
Sometimes, hovering over a dual axis chart showed tooltips for the background layer instead of the foreground layer.
Sometimes, after upgrading, Tableau couldn't perform SOLR indexing, so content was missing from search results.
Sometimes Site Administrators could not access the Site User settings tab.
Sometimes when you republished a workbook, single-sheet permissions were incorrectly reset to default settings.
Sometimes Tableau Server exited unexpectedly after you performed certain filter actions.
Custom views only saved changes to the selected sheet, and did not preserve other changes in the workbook.
Sometimes CPU utilization of the Postgres repository spiked after scheduled refreshes were completed.
Tableau Desktop sometimes displayed an "Unknown Error related to remote content (500)" message when you viewed published data sources on a multi-site Tableau Server installation.
Sometimes unlicensed users with permissions to publish couldn't sign in to Tableau Server from Tableau Desktop.