November 15, 2019
This release is primarily a bug fix release with the following new features.
|TD-44548||RANGE function returns null values if more than 1000 values in output.|
|TD-44494||Lists are not correctly updated in Deployment mode|
|TD-44311||Out of memory error when running a flow with many output objects|
|TD-44188||Performance is poor for SQL DW connection|
|TD-43877||Preview after a DATEFORMAT step does not agree with results or profile values|
|TD-44035||Spark job failure from Excel source|
Export flows are broken when recipe includes Standardization or Transform by Example tasks.
August 30. 2019
This release includes bug fixes and introduces SSO connections for Azure relational sources.
|TD-39086||Hive ingest job fails on Microsoft Azure.|
August 1, 2019
This release of features broad improvements to the recipe development experience, including multi-step operations and improved copied and paste within the Recipe panel. As a result of the panel's redesign, you can now create user-defined macros, which are sets of sequenced and parameterized steps for easy reuse and adaptation for other recipes. When jobs are executed, detailed monitoring provides enhanced information on progress of the job through each phase of the process. You can also connect to a broader ecosystem of sources and targets, including enhancements to the integration with Tableau Server and AWS Glue. New for this release: read from your Snowflake sources. Read on for additional details on new features and enhancements.
Support for integration with Cloudera 6.2.x. See System Requirements.
NOTE: Support for integration with Cloudera 5.15.x and earlier has been deprecated. See End of Life and Deprecated Features.
NOTE: Support for integration with HDP 2.5.x and earlier has been deprecated. See End of Life and Deprecated Features.
Support for Snowflake database connections.
NOTE: This feature is supported only when is installed on customer-managed AWS infrastructure.
For more information, see Enable Snowflake Connections.
Support for direct publishing to Tableau Server. For more information, see Run Job Page.
Support for MySQL database timezones. See Install Databases for MySQL.
Enhanced support for AWS Glue integration:
Leverage your enterprise's SAML identity provider to pass through a set of IAM roles that can select for access to AWS resources.
NOTE: This authentication method is supported only if SSO authentication has been enabled using the platform-native SAML authentication method. For more information, see Configure SSO for SAML.
For more information, see Configure for AWS SAML Passthrough Authentication.
$filepathreferences now return the location of the source Excel file. Sheet names are appended to the end of the reference. See Source Metadata References.
NOTE: The must now be installed on an edge node of the cluster. Existing customers who cannot migrate to an edge node will be supported. You will be required to update cluster files on the whenever they change, and cluster upgrades may be more complicated. You should migrate your installation to an edge node if possible. For more information, see System Requirements.
NOTE: The v3 APIs are no longer supported. Please migrate immediately to using the v4 APIs. For more information, see API Migration to v4.
NOTE: The command line interface (CLI) is no longer available. Please migrate immediately to using the v4 APIs. For more information, see CLI Migration to APIs.
NOTE: The PNaCl browser client extension is no longer supported. Please verify that all users of are using a supported version of Google Chrome, which automatically enables use of WebAssembly. For more information, see Desktop Requirements.
NOTE: Support for Java 7 has been deprecated in the platform. Please upgrade to Java 8 on the and any connected cluster. Some versions of Cloudera may install Java 7 by default.
NOTE: The Chat with us feature is no longer available. For customers, this feature had to be enabled in the product. For more information, see .
NOTE: The desktop version of Trifacta Wrangler will cease operations on August 31, 2019. If you are still using the product at that time, your data will be lost. Please transition to using the free Cloud version of . Automated migration is not available. To register for a free account, please visit https://cloud.trifacta.com.
The endpoint used to assign an AWSConfig object to a user has been replaced.
NOTE: If you used the APIs to assign AWSConfig objects in a previous release, you must update your scripts to assign AWS configurations. For more information, see Changes to the APIs.
Unable to append into table with Hive Float type. See Hive Data Type Conversions.
|TD-40299||Cloudera Navigator integration cannot locate the database name for JDBC sources on Hive.|
|TD-40243||API access tokens don't work with native SAML SSO authentication|
|TD-39513||Import of folder of Excel files as parameterized dataset only imports the first file, and sampling may fail.|
HDI 3.6 is not compatible with Guava 26.
For more information, see Source Metadata References.
|TD-31354||When creating Tableau Server connections, the Test Connection button is missing. See Create Tableau Server Connections.|
|TD-36145||Spark running environment recognizes numeric values preceded by |
Publishing and ingest jobs that are short in duration cannot be canceled.
Changes to signout on reverse proxy method of SSO do not take effect after upgrade.