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on Sep 29, 2016 10:11 AM by Kate Morris Help with 40401 and 406 errors Katherine Howells Jul 29, 2016 2:22 PM I have been unable to connect to any data, I think since the last upgrade. Every time I try to connect to an excel file, I get errors. Errors are either of the following (with slight variations in temp file path and numbers of rows): Tableau Data Engine Error: 406: C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\tmp84772289\SYS\SCHEMAS\SCHEMAS_NAME.dataThe table "[TableauTemp].['ALL output types$']" does not exist. Tableau Data Engine Error: 40401: Scan::Next: Mismatched row counts: Table has 361 rows: Column: [COLUMNPROPS_KEY] has 350 rows I have tried rolling back to an earlier version of Tableau. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the latest version. I have tried clearing the windows temp folder. I've also tested connecting with a simple excel sheet with just a few rows, but I still get both errors. I have no idea what to do next - please let me know what you think might fix it!(Please try to keep advice in non-technical language if possible, I am still learning this software) I have the same question Show 0 Likes(0) 604Views Categories: Data Sources & Connections, Installation, Upgrades & Configuration Tags: none (add) error messagesContent tagged with error messages, error 406Content tagged with error 406, error 40401Content tagged with error 40401 This content has been marked as final. Show 14 replies 1. Re: Help with 40401 and 406 errors Toby Erkson Jul 29, 2016 2:53 PM (in response to Katherine Howells) Don't save your Excel files in that temporary folder. When ever you get an Excel file in an email or downloaded from some other location you need to save it locally, meaning on your hard drive (C:\). Then connect to the Excel file with Tableau. This process goes for any application, including Excel itself.The temp location is just that, temporary, and should never be used to store information. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 2. Re: Help with 40401 and 406 errors Katherine Howells Jul 29, 2016 3:03 PM (in response to Toby Erkson) Thanks but I have never saved an Excel file in the temp folder. All my Excel files are created locally by me and saved in the C drive and then I've used Tableau to connect to them. This has worked perfectly until now.The reason I tried emptying the temp folder was that it looked like the error was related to the temp fo


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