In some cases, records do not indicate the correct user id when accessing information via _http_request.
Published live Excel data source with join does not update data during Refresh in neither Desktop nor Server.
Maintenance updates made to the Salesforce connector.
Date formatting on vizportalclient incorrectly formatted for Chinese-Taiwan, Chinese-Singapore, Chinese-Hong Kong locales.
In some cases, it was not possible to change a parameter value in Tableau Mobile.
Custom font sizes for URL action links were not retained after publishing a workbook.
Filter selections on published views reverted back to "all" when the ESC key was pressed.
Background tasks failed if the thumbnail user associated with content no longer existed.
Filters in published dashboards intermittently displayed an incorrect default selection.
Intermittent Server wide performance issues due to queries blocked on Sqlserver Datasource after upgrading Tableau Server from 10.2.13 to 10.5.7.
When adding a tag to a dashboard, "An unexpected error occurred." error message appears due to duplicate QA tags in Postgres (based on lack of constraint requiring both siteID and ID in tags to be unique).
When published to Tableau Server, clicking a filter replaces a Legend with a green bar with a Null value.
When certain custom schedule names were present, upgrading Tableau Server to 2019.1 failed with "33% - Restoring database failed."
Users without download permissions still had the Download > Tableau Workbook menu option accessible. Selecting this option triggered a "Save this workbook before downloading" message.
When you downloaded a story that used parameters from Tableau Server as a PDF, the content of the PDF did not always match the published version of the story.
When refreshing a Marketo extract, sometimes an "An unrecoverable error occurred" message occurs.
SM: NLP table 'synonyms' not created during site import from Tableau 2018.X. Site import fails because webhooks schema is missing. Site import from versions earlier than Tableau 2019.1 fails with the following stack trace: "From any server which doesn't have synonyms, 2018.X (an earlier version number), importing into a server with code that expects synonyms, Tableau Server 2019.1, there is an error."
When you export a site from Tableau Server 2018.3 and import it into Tableau Server 2019.1 a "Cannot apply migrations" error occurs, and an "ERROR: schema "webhooks" does not exist" error can be found in the Tableau Server logs.
Installation of HoSS (Hyper on a Standalone Server) on independent nodes does not (but should) add towards the total core counts for the Tableau Server License.
The View toolbar remained visible after removing the cursor from the view.