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I've seen similar errors. I assume you are using an Extract? If so, try removing/deleting the extract and re-creating it. This tends to happen when calculations are modified and the Extract isn't refreshed/updated to account for the change (or that is my understanding anyway).
Similar to this error/solution: "Ignoring calculated field, field is already defined by data source" Error | Tableau Software
I'd imagine re-creating your extract will resolve this.
Thanks for responding! I'm connected to live data. Any idea why its happening as such?
Not yet! I wasn't sure if I'm the only one getting this issue; but will do now!
I was able to resolve the issue. I removed the "Grand Total" field from the report and the report works fine now after publishing. I'm not sure why Tableau is behaving in such a way since getting Total is an in-built function of Tableau.
Additionally** My Calculated field is generated from 3 data sources. Could this be cause of this behaviour in Tableau?