We recommend using the newest maintenance release of this version, 2019.2.8, which contains additional fixes.
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Changes were applied to improve security. See ADV-2019-038, ADV-2019-041, ADV-2019-042, ADV-2019-043, ADV-2019-044, ADV-2019-045, and ADV-2019-046 in Security Bulletins for more details.
Slower tooltip rendering after upgrading from 10.5 to 2019.1.2 due to AppOption checks taking up too many CPU cycles.
Flexera Flexnet 11.16.2 and earlier versions are affected by several denial of service and remote code execution vulnerabilities. For more information see the following Knowledge Base article: Vulnerabilities Present in Flexera Flexnet 11.16.2 And Earlier Versions and the following Security Bulletin: [Informational] INF-2019-001: FlexNet Publishing CVEs Addressed.
Opening a workbook and activating Tableau Desktop at the same time sends authentication request to data base with empty password.
Internal unexpected error occurred and the operation could not be completed while editing groups on a Mac and using "Find Next".
After connecting to Salesforce and then trying to edit the data source in a workbook, the error "No such function == that takes arguments of type (str, str)" appears.
When dragging a pie chart label in Tableau Desktop 2019.2.2, the label jumps to a different position when dropping it. The issue does NOT occur in 2019.2.1.
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