L2022.11 Release Notes

For a list of release dates and Sisense's end of support schedule, see Sisense Life Cycle.

Privacy and Security Information

This release contains several security related updates. We highly recommend upgrading to this latest release to take advantage of any security-related updates and benefit from the Sisense support and warranty. In addition, Sisense strongly recommends regularly testing and auditing your environment after upgrading, and periodically during your subscription term, to ensure all privacy and security settings remain in place.

Customers are responsible for controlling and monitoring your environments and are therefore in the best position to ensure the correct security settings are in place for how you use Sisense products.

Due to the complexity of Sisense products, we strongly suggest that all customers ensure that you understand how all of the privacy and security settings within Sisense work.

If you use Sisense to store/process sensitive data, it is your responsibility to review and test your implementation to ensure you are not inadvertently sharing data with unauthorized third parties. For more information on data security rules, see Data Access Security.


  • Analytical Engine Overview: For L2022.9 and later, if a column name has been renamed in the data model, where the previous name was linked to a filter, the filter will report an error of a dimension not found. To fix this, delete the relevant filter and recreate it using the updated column name specified in the data model.
  • The Google Adwords native connector is no longer supported because it uses Google APIs that Google deprecated. New installations from 2022.5 and up will no longer contain the Google Adwords native connector. Customers with older versions of Sisense, or who upgrade to 2022.5 or higher can use this workaround: Using Google Ads connector for EC models with CDATA Driver.
  • All API tokens created before L2021.9 must be rotated.
  • L2021.12: L2021.12 Release Notes.
  • The Databricks JDBC driver was updated to version 2.6.29. After upgrading the driver, the connection string requires an update from:
    jdbc:spark://<Server Hostname>:443;HttpPath=<Http Path>;TransportMode=http;SSL=1[;property=value[;property=value]]
    jdbc:databricks://<Server Hostname>:443;HttpPath=<Http Path>[;property=value[;property=value]]
    After installing or upgrading to this version, if the connection string in the system is not the required new one, change it to the new one manually.

Release Overview

Release L2022.11 provides a number of new features and significant improvements to Sisense for Linux.

What's New

This release contains several new features. The following table lists the high-level impact (or potential impact, if any) of each of these features, and how to handle it if upgrading to this version. Continue reading the Release Notes below the table for a detailed explanation of each feature.

Feature Issues and Actions to Consider
Admin UX Locations of the configuration settings have changed. It is highly recommended to use the Search functionality to find the settings you are looking for.

Admin UX

The entire UX for administration has been replaced with a newer, more powerful, more intuitive, and more user-friendly UX.

Clicking the Admin tab now displays the following window:

The easiest, and suggested, way to find a specific Admin page is via the search. There is a search box on the Admin landing page, as well as at the top of the navigation pane on the left of every Admin page. The search provides autofill suggestions, and searching for a section within a page will open the page and automatically scroll to the section that you searched for.

In addition, the following functionalities have been moved from the Admin section to the Data section:

  • Managing hierarchies can now only be done through the Data section, under the data model's menu. The UI has been updated to indicate the new location.
  • The Data Models page has been removed, and all of its functionality can now be found in the Data section's available actions. Therefore, the link to the Data Sources page has been removed from the dashboard Data Sources menu.

For more information, see Administration Overview.

What's Improved



Parameter values can now be set to the Boolean or integer data types. The preferred Field Type option can be selected in the Add Parameter dialog of the User Parameters wizard.

For more information about the use of User Parameters for Live data models, see Managing Live Dynamic Connections.

Data Security Rules

Sisense now supports up to 3500 values in the result set of a specific dimension (column and table). See Data Access Security. This is only supported by the Analytical Engine, for both ElastiCube and Live.

Formula Editor

With the update of the internal library, Formula Editor now also highlights matching pairs of square brackets, (in addition to highlighting pairs of regular brackets).


Notebook users now have a 'Save As' option in the 3 dot menu. This can be used to save the current version of the Notebook they are in as a new Notebook. After choosing a name the user can continue their work in the newly created Notebook.

What's Fixed

Dashboards and Widgets


  • Data is now displayed in the tooltips of the Scatter Maps widgets when latitude and longitude are used.


  • The "Limit Users Sharing to Their Own Groups" option is now working as expected when sharing Pulse Alerts.


  • Dashboards with widgets that are configured with the Quest plug-in now work as expected when using Web Access Tokens.


Dashboards and Widgets

REST API deprecations and updated APIs

Several REST APIs endpoints for exporting Dashboards and Widgets as PDF and PNG have been deprecated and replaced with updated APIs. It is no longer possible to use the deprecated endpoints in any way.

New REST API Deprecated REST API
/api/v1/export/dashboards/{dashboardId}/png /api/v1/dashboards/{id}/export/png
/api/v1/export/dashboards/{dashboardId}/pdf /api/v1/dashboards/{id}/export/pdf
/api/v1/export/dashboards/{dashboardId}/widgets/{widgetId}/png /api/v1/dashboards/{dashboardId}/widgets/{id}/export/png
/api/v1/export/dashboards/{dashboardId}/widgets/{widgetId}/pdf /api/v1/dashboards/{dashboardId}/widgets/{id}/export/pdf

If you are using any of these deprecated endpoints in your integrations, make sure to switch to the new ones prior to upgrading to L2022.11, or any version after that.


Watch this video for an overview of selected features from this release: