SSRS with SSAS – Message with no access to database in AX 2012Continue reading
When running report connected with SSAS users get message “Either the user, <user>, does not have access to the <database> database, or the database does not exist.”
There can be multiple reasons – try one by one of possible solutions:
Check if in Analysis Server exists database with name <database>. If not then there are 2 options:
Try to redeploy and reprocess the cube using database name <database>.
Change connection string:
- Open Microsoft Dynamics AX Management Shell.
- iRun command Get-AXReportDataSource -DataSourceName DynamicsAXOLAP| format-list
- Copy the string from “ConnectionString”, change value in property “Initial catalog=” to your correct database name <database> and run the command Set-AXReportDataSource -ConnectionString “<ConnectionString>” -DataSourceName DynamicsAXOLAP
- Redeploy reports to SSRS.
Check if SSRS and SSAS services users and BI user have correct permissions to <database> database in Analysis Server.
Try to redeploy and reprocess the cube.
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