A day to date relative date filter would only return data for midnight of the same day instead of the specified day to date.
In histogram views, the axis labels did not match the bin values represented by the marks in the view.
Updated Japanese postcode data.
In some cases, changing a filter selection could cause the filter width to shrink with each successive change to the selection.
Selecting a large number of marks (~100 or more) and then choosing to Keep Only or Exclude those marks would result in an internal error.
Viewing full underlying data in a view connected to Oracle would either show the incorrect number of rows or no data at all.
When connecting to Excel files containing Japanese data, big and small Katakana characters were incorrectly recognized as equivalent. Deleting existing shadow extract files (.hhyper) may be required to see the correct behavior after upgrading Tableau Desktop. On Windows platforms the files are located in Users\\AppData\Local\Tableau\Caching\TemporaryExtracts and on Mac these files are located in ~/Library/Caches/com.tableau.caching/TemporaryExtracts.
In some cases, custom filter titles could revert to their original name upon opening a workbook.
An ambiguous table reference could occur when connecting to certain Cisco Information Server data sources.
Users were allowed to publish an extract-only data source (e.g. Salesforce) from the Server menu in the Data Source page before the required extract was created.
In some cases, filtering on a group containing at least 8 dimension members would result in a no such column error.
Color palette assignments, based on combined fields with dimensions from different data sources, would be lost when the workbook was reopened.