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Tableau Server 2021.3.20

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This version of Tableau has been removed due to an issue with Web Data Connectors.

Starting in September, 2023, fixed defects can be found on this site. Additional defect information is available at[sfcategoryfull]=Tableau.

Resolved Issues

Issue ID Description

Updated Tableau Server cloud-file connectors to be in line with best practices.


When using the output to database option for Amazon Redshift, MySQL, Pivotal Greenplum Database, and PostgreSQL in a Prep flow, a log statement was created that contained information about the output data.


When using the Add Project Permissions REST API ("/api/../projects/project-id/permissions") to add a group's permission to a locked parent project, the permissions do not cascade to the children projects.


A published view on Tableau Server would not show any data with some calculated fields containing a date calculation but the view displays correctly on Tableau Desktop.


Frequent failures of Elasticsearch (2021.4 or prior) and OpenSearch (Index & Search Server 2022.1 or newer) processes cause Ask Data outages and Passive status in TSM.


When adding a comment that mentions a user in a view, the mention mail has "{1}" and "{2}" characters in error with the Japanese language set.


GraphQL MetaData API query returned a "Null" value for the folderName attribute when using a Tableau auto-generated field created in a custom folder.


Some customers were unable to establish LDAPS connections between Tableau Server and the identity store after upgrading to the October maintenance release.


If the Content Security Policy (CSP) reporting or enforcement was enabled, the GraphiQL page might not load or the browser console might display some Content Security Policy directive errors.


When removing a user and the user is not showing to own any content, the following error could display, "User could not be deleted because they own content." The error can occur when the user had previously edited a Prep flow and saved the change as a draft. There is a flow remaining in a draft state. Cloud is resolved as of 1/12/2023.

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Thu, January 26, 2023

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