PS, this is a production outage. We have filed a support ticket as it is the only path we have left.
that's great. i wanted to wait till the end of day before rising a support case. please let me know the solution , if they come up with one.
Thanks and Regards,
Pruthviraj K Suresh
please try again. i think they fixed the issue
I'm waiting until support gets back to us. Fingers crossed.
Just an update, this issue still persists, though it is sporadic. In some cases it seems resolved, others not. We updated all workbooks via the latest desktop release. Leaving this open until I get some formal update.
Having exactly the same issue here. Although not even local extract works.
Error message we get on the local extract is:
com.tableausoftware.jdbc.TableauJDBCException: Error reading metadata for prepared query: SELECT * FROM ( SELECT xxxx FROM xxxx WHERE xxxx GROUP BY xxxx ) "xxxx" LIMIT 0 Method Connection.prepareStatement is not yet implemented
Having this same issue as of today. Using Desktop 2019.1.
"com.tableausoftware.jdbc.TableauJDBCException: Error reading metadata for prepared query: [...] "custom_sql_query" LIMIT 0 Method Connection.prepareStatement is not yet implemented"
Has anyone figured out a solution/is this being worked on?
Same error for me :S, anyone ?
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Hi Hugo - posted in a different thread yesterday, but found that after upgrading my JDBC driver for Tableau in C:\Program Files\Tableau\Drivers to AthenaJDBC42_2.0.7 found here: Using Athena with the JDBC Driver - Amazon Athena I am able to authenticate and see my database and tables again. However, custom SQL does not run - my queries don't give an error, but get hung on 'Executing Query' or 'Creating extract database' and never load. Small progress, but unfortunately back to square one.
Can you try installing the updated driver and letting me know if you are having the same issue as me or if it fixes your problem? Would really like to figure out what's wrong.
EDIT: using the older Athena driver 2.0.2 found https://s3.amazonaws.com/athena-downloads/drivers/JDBC/SimbaAthenaJDBC_2.0.2/AthenaJDBC41_2.0.2.jar has fixed my issue. I am now able to connect and execute queries.