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An Error Occurred during Local Report Processing Not a Legal Oleaut Date

An error occurred while writing a trace event to the rowset. Type: 3, Category: 289, Event ID: 0xC121000C This should be added as a #bug and marked as an error in the PBI desktop because the PBI service cannot handle this. Data adapters can do other unpleasant things, such as skipping strings into columns of mixed data types, such as string/double (which is actually just a string column, but not for the adapter if the first few rows are all double). It won`t even give you the courtesy of an error in this example. It has been reduced to a single person, so the number of items is negligible, in this case, the lowest grain of the period has only one date for each month, so 15 items. Update! This was a report that was converted from SQL2005 to SQL2008R2. The conversion was not seamless, I had to change a few things to make it work again. It worked for a few weeks until yesterday. I redid the conversion from a SQL2005 backup and was able to fix it when I have no idea what was wrong. It works again now.

I just hope it stays that way. Do you check the actual dates in your spreadsheet? You probably have a date before 1/1/1900 in one of the date fields of the table you want to load. Could you please review the error logs and get more error messages for further troubleshooting? This MDX should be integrated with PivotTable reports, which typically include the following metrics and members: The reason for CASE is that I want to display the amount of parallel sales, depending on the schedule used. In the first example, I use the bonus calendar. The difference between the 2 calendars is that the weeks have a different date (logical). I fully agree with @Zunair. If the service data is unacceptable, the desktop app should mark/warn/prohibit. At the same time, it would be better if it simply accepted valid data. An error occurred while processing the report. —> Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.ProcessingAbortedException: An error occurred while processing the report. —> Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.ReportProcessingException: The user identity for the NIPAC data source cannot be assumed. —> Microsoft.ReportingServices.Diagnostics.Utilities.ClaimsToWindowsTokenException: The claim identity cannot be converted to Windows tokens.

—> System.InvalidOperationException: A valid Windows identity could not be retrieved. —> System.ServiceModel.FaultException`1[[System.ServiceModel.ExceptionDetail, System.ServiceModel, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089]]: WTS0003: The caller is not allowed to access the service. Is there a way to disable this verification? Technically, this is valid data. What if a museum wanted to categorize its artifacts by date? Not? When we perform the processing of the production cube, we get the following error and cannot verify why this error occurs This report has been working well for some time, but today it generates an error in the table “No legal OleAut date”. We are facing a strange issue in Ax 2012 SSRS reports when exporting to Excel. It triggers the error that appears in the attached image. We only encounter this problem for a single report, especially for exporting to Excel. I can successfully export to PDF, WORD, CSV but I do not allow EXCEL. I tried to debug but it runs on Framework Shared Services, so I couldn`t. I registered online to get an idea of the problem but no help and couldn`t understand the explanation in the link below.

www.beejblog.com/2013/06/solved-ssrs-2012-excel-export-not-legal.html I agree, the error reported by the report server (in our case) is insufficient. There is nothing but a basic error message, so this is to explore all tables with date columns! where we wanted to add 2 years to each end date. Is there a way to convert data before version 1.1.1900 for the entire table? I have a number of tables with multiple columns, including data prior to 1.1.1900. This data comes directly from the ERP database and most of it cannot be modified in the ERP GUI (without manipulating the database). When I click on the SSRS report, I get the following error, I try to get an average of the number of apps per day and per hour. The goal is to be able to go through my calendar hierarchy and see on average how many apps are hosted per hour. I searched online and couldn`t find why these errors. Really SP is not user-friendly to host reports with SSAS. Hello everyone, I received a request to create a mobile sum. I found many articles that explain how to summarize for a while with period soda and so on. However, my requirement is to run the moving sum only for members of the selected period.

Below is an example of the time periods and what is required “The DOM scanner could not load and analyze the flow. URL:“ Reason: `Illegal qualified name sign. ` Source:“. File. Line: 1. ยป “Error converting Nvarchar to floating“ Readings in my tabular models will sometimes disappear (accidentally). I can still see the text of the measure and I can always query or access the values by linking to the template in Excel. I tried to reprocess the models, repeat the measurements, etc.

and nothing seems to work. Even if I add new metrics and deploy the model, I can access the value in another way, but it doesn`t appear in my model. I am working with the following version of Microsoft Visual Studio 2013: This error occurs because of the following known causes: During the hourly cube reprocessing process, sometimes the error log spams the following error In this scenario, you can simply override any value before or on that date, and then specify what you want to use as output The report will only trigger the error, if the date field is not set to. If I filter the report without zero data, I can export, but if I have an empty date field, I get this error. This often happens in data from ERP sources that contain “freeform” columns. Custom columns are the usual suspects. It can be very difficult to find them in other data type problems. Once, I spent quite a bit of time solving a problem with a column entered as a string with a maximum length of 255 characters. Deep in the data, there were cells that exceeded this length and caused errors.

When exporting to Excel, the date value is converted to OLE Automation date and stored in the Excel worksheet. This is how dates are managed in Excel. Make sure that you do not assign a garbage/special character (invisible) value to the date field if no date is returned by the query.