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Tableau Desktop 2019.1.6

We recommend using the newest maintenance release of this version, 2019.1.29, which contains additional fixes.

Download Tableau Desktop 2019.1.29

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The download file for this version has been removed due to the security issues currently identified in CVE-2021-44228 and CVE-2021-45046. In order to address these security issues, you must update to the newest version of your desired Tableau product. For more information please see the Knowledge Article, Apache Log4j2 vulnerability (Log4shell)


Build number

20191.19.0714.2346

Download Tableau Desktop 2019.1.6

Release date

Tue, July 23, 2019

Product support

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Installation Guide
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Changes were applied to improve security. See ADV-2019-024, ADV-2019-025, and ADV-2019-026 in Security Bulletins for more details.

Resolved Issues

Issue ID Description
890283

Web Data Connectors and other browser-based sign in windows sometimes did not render correctly.

905381

In a dual axis bar chart, the background bar sometimes could not be selected.

920307

Sometimes connecting to SAP HANA took longer than expected after upgrading to 2019.1.

938376

When you ran a menu action to filter a target sheet, selecting a mark in a non-target sheet would clear the original action selection resulting in the target sheet becoming blank.

899165

In large environments where usernames contained a backslash (\) character, editing a user filter sometimes caused the filter to become invalid and resulted in a blank view.

926376

When you were republishing a workbook or data source connected to a Hive-based database using Microsoft HDInsight authentication, an "Invalid username or password" error would occur indefinitely if you did not enter database credentials correctly when prompted during publishing.

893207

When you used Data > Refresh all extracts with an OData extract using Username/Password authentication, there was no prompt for credentials which caused a login failure.

905059

When converting datetime to string, minute portion returned incorrect value. We were using MM instead of MI for the minute portion of our TO_CHAR function to SNOWFLAKE.


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