I had the same kind of problem on a large extract and the error was also pointing to a calculated dimension. I had submitted a case at that time, but we could not find the root cause.
I had the error with incremental refresh, not full.
When I got the error, I had to delete the datasource, and republish it again (which was very long).
Here is what I did, I don't know if it is efficient, but I do not have the problem:
- As a precaution, I run an optimisation after creating the extract (only when I create the extract, which is after every modification of the datasource), since I read that it "materialises" the calculated dimensions.
- I only run full updates (at night), no longer incremental
I hope this will help a little.
Try republishing the TDE.
I'm experiencing a similar problem with a dashboard that I've published to Tableau Server. I'm working with version 9.2.11 of Tableau desktop. I am not using an extract for this particular dashboard, and my data source is a excel file.
When I get an error, it is similar to what was described about about half the time (with the option to 'reset view'); the other half of the time, I just get an error message.
In both cases, if I either click "yes" a couple times to reset the view, or just refresh the browser a few times, it eventually starts to work (at least for a little while). However, this is incredibly frustrating.
Things I've already tried (but which had no effect):
1) Removing context filters
2) re-publishing workbook
Any other thoughts out there?