Release Notes for Tableau 9.1.6
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.
In Tableau Server with SAML enabled, when an SHA-256 certificate was used, SAML messages were incorrectly signed with the SHA-1 algorithm.
In some cases in Tableau Server, accessing a published view using SAML authentication failed if guest access was disabled and wgserver.saml.iframed_idp.enabled was set to true.
In Tableau Server, when you filtered certain dashboards using a Single Value (Dropdown) filter, an error occurred: "Unexpected Error: Unable to get property 'css' of undefined or null reference."
In Tableau Server, Cache Server processes sometimes hung and showed as down in Server Status.
In Tableau Server, when non-admin users signed in, a "Resource Not Found" page displayed if their previously selected start page no longer existed.
In Tableau Server, type-in filter text boxes didn't accept characters produced by the [AltGr] modifier key.
In Tableau Server, when you clicked a menu action that linked to a filtered target sheet, an error sometimes occurred: "Tableau Server Error: unable to get property 'length' of undefined or null reference."
In Tableau Server, tooltips in published workbooks updated inconsistently when hovering between marks.
In Tableau Server, exporting a site failed if the system administrator had accessed a workbook using OAuth but did not own any content.
Upgrading Tableau Server, when configured to use SSL for communication with the internal repository database, sometimes failed on a non-English operating system. The issue also sometimes occurred when first configuring Tableau Server to use SSL for internal repository database communication.
In certain cases in Tableau Server, content didn't display after upgrading due to failed search indexing.
An error occurred when you ran the installer for Tableau Desktop, Tableau Reader, or Tableau Server: "The signature was corrupt or invalid."
In certain cases after you upgraded Tableau Server, content was missing, and when you attempted to rebuild the search index to correct the problem, an error occurred.
In a distributed Tableau Server environment with worker nodes (versions 9.1.1 to 9.1.5), when you ran the 'tabadmin licenses' command, Tableau Server became unlicensed.
In Tableau Server, when you attempted to use certain filter actions, an internal error occurred.
In Tableau Server, when you refreshed a view connected to multiple SQL Server stored procedure data sources, an invalid column name error sometimes occurred.
In some cases in Tableau Server, extract files were mistakenly reaped and deleted, resulting in failed workbook loads and/or extract refreshes.