Release Notes for Tableau 10.2.2
Note: Tableau Desktop customers in environments with Product Updates enabled will be prompted to upgrade a few days after a maintenance release is made available. For more information, see the Tableau Knowledge Base.
Attempting to join two wildcard unions would result in a Tableau Data Engine error.
When Tableau Desktop was left open and idle for an extended period of time, you would would be prompted multiple times to reconnect to Tableau Server or Tableau Online upon returning.
When connected to Hortonworks Hadoop Hive, calculations containing the DATEADD function would return null values when they did not in prior versions.
In some workbooks, refreshing the view would cause the view to go blank due to filter selections becoming deselected.
Workbooks created in Tableau 10.1.3, 10.1.4, 10.1.5, and 10.1.6, that connected to Splunk, could not be opened in other newer versions of Tableau Desktop.
When you attempted to join Google BigQuery tables containing identically named columns, but with different letter casing, a Duplicate column names in the result are not supported error would occur.
Restored the Microsoft Azure HDInsight Service authentication option to Hive-based connectors.
In some cases, data based on a pivoted field would return null where non-null values were returned prior to Tableau 10.2.
Some extracts, created using the Tableau SDK, would cause Tableau Desktop for Mac to crash when connecting to the extract.
When editing an extracted file-based data source in a packaged workbook, a file not found error would occur and no option to locate the underlying data source file would be presented.
Workbooks connected to HANA via single sign on would incorrectly prompt for credentials when loaded.
Updated Firebird components to version 2.5.6.
Formatting text in a sheet on dashboard would sometimes cause text in other sheets on the dashboard to shift unexpectedly.
Workbooks connected to published data sources, containing parameters with large numbers of selections, loaded considerably slower than equivalent workbooks using embedded data sources.
When connected to Exasol in Tableau Desktop, TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIME ZONE fields were not visible.
Updated psqlODBC drivers to version 09.06.0200. This version includes an updated version of OpenSSL 1.0.2k.
Refreshing a published, Snowflake connection based extract, using the Tableau Data Extract Command Line utility, would fail with a There is no active connection to the data source error.
When using an Other Databases (ODBC) connection the list of available tables would disappear, and need to be reloaded, after any table was added to the join canvas.
Exported summary data for some views appeared to be rounded incorrectly when compared to the values shown in Tableau Desktop.
Creating an extract of a data source containing a union of text files joined to another text file would fail with an error.
Tableau Desktop would sometimes crash when utilizing geometry fields containing null values.