PowerPivot Workbook has 2 kinds of data sources, one is from its Pivot table cache, and the other is from PowerPivot Analysis Cubs. Then what about Data Refresh? PowerPivot Data Refresh is to refresh Analysis Cubs from external data sources, and as part of this refresh process, the workbook is updated as well. The credential used for data refresh can be: Unattended account, embedded window credential, or SSS Notice, there is no window authentication listed above, which means the logon user credential is never used for data refresh.
After you verify the installation, finish service configuration by creating a PowerPivot Gallery or tuning individual configuration settings. To make full use of the server components you just installed, you can download PowerPivot for Excel to create and then publish your first PowerPivot workbook. Install Data Providers Used for Data Refresh If you enabled data refresh, the server will need the same data providers for external data access that were used by the PowerPivot client application to import the original data (for example, if the data was originally imported using a 32-bit provider, server-side data refresh will also require the 32-bit provider when it accesses the same external data source).
Could not load type ‘Microsoft.AnalysisServices.SharePoint.Integration.ReportGalleryView’. « PowerPivotGeekBy Lee Graber (firstname.lastname@example.org), on January 20th, 2010 A number of people have hit this issue and so it deserves a quick walkthrough of why it (unfortunately) can happen and how you fix it. The error occurs when you try to select a Document Library of type PowerPivot Gallery (sometimes referred to as Report Gallery).
The data connection uses Windows Authentication and user credentials could not be delegated « PowerPivotGeekBy Lee Graber (email@example.com), on February 8th, 2010 This is one of the two main errors that users could see from Excel Services when using PowerPivot. This is encountered when refreshing PowerPivot data connections or performing an action which requires re-querying the PowerPivot database, such as clicking on a slicer or expanding a node in a pivot table. To debug, some level of understanding of what Excel Services is doing is required. For this, I recommend reading an earlier post on this blog by Dave … http://powerpivotgeek.com/2009/12/11/excel-services-delegation/ . In general, this is an add-on to Dave’s post which is a quick summary of how to debug this error.
I have recently been doing a lot of work with PowerPivot, and installing it at customers site. I have on two occasions now come across the below error message: Error: Your SQL Server 2008 R2 installation completed with failures.
The final version of the PowerPivot for SharePoint – Existing Farm Installation Guide has now been posted on Microsoft’s download site. Here is a link: http://download.microsoft.com/download/A/D/6/AD67E0F2-9E55-4E78-9155-E3AD7FF671CA/PowerPivot%20-%20Existing%20Farm%20Installation.docx A cached private copy is here: http://powerpivotgeek.com/docs/PowerPivot_Existing_Farm_Installation.pdf Use this document to setup and configure an existing SharePoint 2010 farm with the SQL Server PowerPivot for SharePoint Server 2010.
By powerpivotgeek (firstname.lastname@example.org), on June 17th, 2010 Attempting to use a modified version of the SharePoint v4.master page is a great way to style our SharePoint site. If you interested in doing this, then the first thing to do is to make sure that you go to the right place: Go to Site Settings -> Site Collection Features -> Make sure “SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure” is activated. Go to Site Settings -> Manage Site Features -> Make sure “SharePoint Server Publishing” is activated.
By powerpivotgeek (email@example.com), on December 11th, 2009 I am inspired by a recent post from a colleague about the various issues that can come up with Excel Services delegation (see a Denny Lee’s blog here: http://dennyglee.com/2009/11/18/troubleshooting-powerpivot-excel-services-connectivity/ ) and I wanted to take it a bit further (and maybe a bit ‘geekie’-er) First, why is this a problem? After all, as you can see in Denny’s post, you can see the workbook and you even have a thumbnail for it in the Gallery.
[This documentation is for preview only, and is subject to change in later releases. Blank topics are included as placeholders.] Reporting Services and PowerPivot for SharePoint are two feature components of SQL Server that are installed separately but can be used together in a SharePoint 2010 environment. By deploying both feature components in the same farm, you enable the following scenarios: Ability to view and manage both workbooks and reports from the same SharePoint sites and libraries, using the same SharePoint permissions and policies to control access to your business documents. Ability to create Report Builder reports from PowerPivot workbooks that are stored within the same SharePoint library.