vendredi 1 juin 2012 10:24have a SharePoint 2007, just upgraded up to sp3 and applied enterprise license. Activated excel calc and turned on service so I would have excel service. When I attempted to config any option within Excel Services Settings, i get an error. event log states id: 5244. Has anyone solved this. thanks.
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vendredi 1 juin 2012 12:24Please post the complete error message and not just the Id.
Dirk Van den Berghe
vendredi 1 juin 2012 13:01
Here is the message
Event Id: 5244
ExcelServerSharedWebApplication.Local: Could not get the shared web application associated with this context.
This indicates that the Excel Server service is not properly registered or provisioned.
mercredi 6 juin 2012 09:49Modérateur
You can do some checks as the following solution.
To find the database access account:
- On the Central Administration page, on the Quick Launch, click Security, and in the General Security section click Configure service accounts.
- On the Service Accounts page, in the Credential Management section, from the drop-down list select the Service Application Pool option for the application pool that runs Excel Services Application. When this option is selected, the name of the Excel Services Application appears in the list box below the drop-down list; for example, Excel Service Application.
- Note the account that is selected in the Select an account for this component list, and click OK.
To verify that the account has correct permissions in SQL Server:
- Connect to the computer that runs SQL Server by using an account that has Administrator permissions.
- In SQL Server Management Studio, in the Object Explorer navigation pane, expand the Security node, and then click the Logins node. The name of the database access account indicates that it is a SQL logon account ; for example, ##MS_PolicyTsqlExecutionLogin##.
- If the account exists, in the Object Explorer navigation pane, expand the Databases node, expand the configuration database node (for example, WSS_Config), expand the Security node, and then click Roles.
- Expand the Database Roles node, right-click db_owner, and then select Properties.
- In the Database Roles Properties dialog box, check whether the database access account is in the Members of this role list. If the account is not listed, click Add.
You can refer to the following link.
samedi 9 juin 2012 18:10
Thank You Jack...I'll check it out and let you know.