If you need to do this, see Move or Deactivate License Keys .
With a release upgrade, new sample data sources and workbooks replace the old samples—unless you've modified and saved any of the sample workbooks or data sources. Typically, you upgrade to the new release version number on the same computer where you were running the previous release version.
In that case, the modified workbooks and data sources are retained and the equivalent new sample workbooks or data sources are not installed. You don't have to uninstall the older version before you install the new version.
For more information, see the Troubleshoot maintenance updates section in the troubleshooting article of this guide.
In previous tutorials we learned how the Object Data Source control allowed for inserting, updating, and deleting of data.
Alternatively, the Sql Data Source can be used in place of the Object Data Source.
Recall that to support inserting, updating, and deleting, with the Object Data Source we needed to specify the object layer methods to invoke to perform the insert, update, or delete action.A release upgrade requires some preparation and planning.Here are some questions to ask before you upgrade: When you upgrade to a new release version of Tableau Desktop, bookmarks, workbooks, and data sources that you were working with (that is, that are in the local Tableau repository on your computer) are still available in the new version.See Format at the Workbook Level in the Tableau Help for details. (Back to top) Your copy of Tableau Desktop can stay current with the latest features, security resolutions, and fixes through dot (maintenance) releases.After you upgrade, it's a good idea to refresh your custom geocoding so you can take advantage of any fixes made to the geocoding data in Tableau. By default, Tableau Desktop is configured to install dot releases for you automatically with a feature named .These data modification capabilities can be plugged directly into a data source control without a line of code needing to be written.