Tableau Desktop could not connect to Tableau Online when behind certain authenticated proxies.
Cloudera Impala returned the following error message when filtering on groups: "IN and/or EXISTS subquery predicates are not supported in binary predicates".
When using an SAP HANA data source, a formula that contained the DATETRUNC function returned an incorrect quarter for dates in March, June, September, and December.
When opening a workbook in Tableau Desktop, providing incorrect data source credentials sometimes locked out the data source user account.
On the Mac, exporting a large crosstab to Microsoft Excel sometimes produced a corrupt file.
When using a Microsoft SQL Server data source, converting a date field to a string in a calculation added time stamps to the date.
On certain devices with accessibility tools (such as on-screen keyboards), changing the selection in the Calculated Field dialog box Function Category drop-down menu causeed Tableau Desktop to close unexpectedly.
When you edited a connection to Hortonworks Hive, the connection page sometimes did not correctly populate the "HTTP Path" field.
Interacting with multiple parameters sometimes resulted in an unexpected error.
The "tableau -p" command printed only the active sheet, instead of the whole workbook.
Page Setup settings were not preserved when switching tabs.