SharePoint 2010 Error with Performance Point Dashboard: The data source no longer exists or you do not have permissions to view it. Additional details have been logged for your administrator.

Note: SharePoint 2010 Beta 2

While using Performance Point’s Dashboard Designer, I received the following error.

The data source no longer exists or you do not have permissions to view it. Additional details have been logged for your administrator.

I went into the event log, and saw this:

Here is the text:

An exception occurred while running a report. The following details may help you to diagnose the problem:
Error Message: The data source no longer exists or you do not have permissions to view it. Additional details have been logged for your administrator.

Contact the administrator for more details.
Dashboard Name:
Dashboard Item name:
Report Location: {fc25930f-590e-26ac-7da4-f60f076f7b32}
Request Duration: 119.02 ms
User: SPS\david.frette
Parameters:

Exception Message: The data source no longer exists or you do not have permissions to view it. Additional details have been logged for your administrator.
Inner Exception Message:
Stack Trace: at Microsoft.PerformancePoint.Scorecards.Server.PmServer.ExecuteAnalyticReportWithParameters(RepositoryLocation analyticReportViewLocation, BIDataContainer biDataContainer)
at Microsoft.PerformancePoint.Analytics.ServerRendering.OLAPBase.OlapViewBaseControl.ExtractReportViewData()
at Microsoft.PerformancePoint.Analytics.ServerRendering.OLAPBase.OlapViewBaseControl.CreateRenderedView(StringBuilder sd)
at Microsoft.PerformancePoint.Scorecards.ServerRendering.NavigableControl.RenderControl(HtmlTextWriter writer)

PerformancePoint Services error code 20604.

I solved this issue by adding my user account to the visitors group of the site. Crazy!

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3 responses to “SharePoint 2010 Error with Performance Point Dashboard: The data source no longer exists or you do not have permissions to view it. Additional details have been logged for your administrator.”

  1. Stepan Vacha says :

    The same problem, but adding account to visitors did not help … Dont you have other tip? 🙂

    • davidfrette says :

      I should post the setup procecss that I used for Performance Point.

      Be sure that Performance Point, State Store, and Secure Store Services are running on your server (via Manage Services on Server).

      Also be sure that PerfPoint, State, and Secure Store Service Apps have a proxy connected to your web application (via Application Management > Configure Service Applications Associations )

      Be sure the Secure Store is set up. You need to generate a key (and may wish to regenerate a key, as was advised to me a few weeks ago) before you can configure the PerfPoint Unattended Service Account.

      Finally, given it’s Beta-ware, I just wanted to get things working. So I used the Farm Admin account to run the Performance Point Unattended Service Account

      Keep us posted on your status.

      • Melissa Meyer says :

        You may have figured this out, but you need to add the PerformancePoint app pool service account as a reader on your site. Hope this helps!

        Melissa

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