Publishing a large workbook would fail with an HTTP 502 error if the publishing process took longer than the wgserver.session.idle_limit setting value.
Scheduled extract refreshes would sometimes fail with an error: Required columns are not present in the datasource
The radial selector tool would fail to select marks outside of the initial visible area for views set to an increased zoom level or filtered to a subset area.
In workbooks with hidden fields, downloading full data to CSV would show column headers for the hidden fields and no data in the columns.
In some cases, subsequent background jobs would not run after an extract refresh failure if the alert email failed to send.
In some cases, selecting or deselecting a value in a Multiple Values filter would cause the dropdown menu to scroll to the top.
Publishing some workbooks containing a web data connector data source could fail with a PersistenceException error.
White vertical lines could sometimes appear in views.
The users list could occasionally become empty if importing an Active Directory group and synchronizing a group happened to occur at the same time.
Color legends for marks with partial opacity did not display with expected colors in Chrome.
The following tables were added to the Eloqua connector: Lead Scoring, Images, Email Folders, Email Footers, Email Headers, Micro Site, Email Groups, Landing Page, Users, Forms, Events and Option List.
Site administrators could not add a workbook to favorites for users via the REST API.
The Eloqua connector now has a sign out option so you can change credentials.
The Eloqua connector now supports incremental refreshes.
The Oracle Eloqua Connector will now prompt for authentication only when necessary.
.hyper extracts published via REST API had a .tde file extension. These extracts were still in .hyper file format and functioned the same way as other .hyper extracts.
In some workbooks with complex and nested calculations, when extracts were converted to .hyper format, Tableau Server experienced high CPU utilization and performance degradation.
When viewing Full Data in Tableau Desktop or downloading Full Data in Tableau Server, sometimes a timeout error occurred.
When attempting to insert a user filter in Tableau Desktop, if there were multiple Tableau Server groups with the same name, they all showed the user list from the first group created, and the filter selection would apply to all groups with the same name.
When attempting to restore a backup or add a worker to a server with site SAML configured, a Restore error: Failed to convert SSL certificate to .der format error sometimes occurred.
Views connected to Amazon Redshift would fail to refresh with an Error occurred while trying to prepare a query message if the Redshift instance had been rebooted after the view was initially loaded.
Apply and Cancel buttons for filters were still displayed even when there were no items to select in the filter.
The tabcmd publish command with the --replace flag did not correctly clean up old extract files and frequent use could cause your Tableau Server machine to run out of disk space. Restarting Tableau Server would let the extract clean up job run as expected.