I have uploaded an xlsx file that I would like to use EWA to display using Excel Web Services. I have confirmed that the site is a trusted location and Excel Web Services is configured correctly from Central Admin. A simple spreadsheet works fine and renders in browser. However, for one particular worksheet I get an error when I try to point the EWA web part to it. It is indicating that it contains the following features that are unsupported by Excel Services. The error references sharepoint lists as the feature not supported. What is SharePoint Lists referring to? I removed the data connection that existed in the workbook but that still didn't work.
A problem with SharePoint 2007 Excel Services was that it could not query SharePoint lists. Does SharePoint 2010 now contain this functionality?
I have just completed a in-place upgrade from SharePoint 2007 to 2010 and everything completed successfully. I have installed the Office WebApps and followed all the steps to enable Word, Excel and PowerPoint. When I try an open a xlsx file form a Document List it returns this error message: This workbook cannot be opened because it is not stored in an Excel Services Application trusted location. To create an Excel Services Application trusted location, contact your system administrator. I have checked the Trusted Location settings and the default is for the whole ShaprePoint
I have successfully configured a SharePoint farm of 4 nodes but I got intermittent database connection failure errors. I have to restart SharePoint services and IIS to fix the database errors. Mostly these are SSPI errors but sometimes the error message just says "unable to connect to config database". In SharePoint configuration I went to "Application Management -> Check Services Enabled... is running no each server. Under the link "Servers in Farm": mail server Windows SharePoint Services Outgoing E-Mail WFE1 Incoming Mail, Windows SharePoint Services Web Application WFE2
I have created a "Hello World" web part. When I pressed F5 in Visual Studio 2010, I got the following error. I have already got Microsoft SharePoint Foundation User Code Service started. Can anyone... b5b08230-d2ae-4689-b396-bb217462a20e Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Web Application da44271a-bdaa-451b-abe5-8621b52d86fd Central Administration 43a3aa3d-b6ec-4081-9b35-2c17da1158f3 Excel Calculation Services
Scenario: We have an internal application that ties Excel spreadsheets stored in a SharePoint doc lib with specific Opportunities in CRM. The user clicks on a button in the Opportunity and a Web... to them by SharePoint as read-only (so they will get the above error message). However, often they are demonstrably the only user to have accessed the document - in fact, sometimes this will happen... into it. Either way, it then opens the file in Excel. The code to open the file is some client-side script that figures out the location of the Excel file in SharePoint, sets an href variable to that URL
logs (yuk) and have got these entries, the last one being the actual error. 03/30/2010 14:12:54.11 w3wp.exe (0x17C4) 0x1F00 Windows SharePoint Services Topology..., PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c" /> </tagMapping> </pages> However I don’t get the error when I select an old web application to change provider. I’ve even copied the entire contents of the old web.config into the new sites’ web.config, but I still get the same error. On a separate but related note I have a solution that adds the Ajax entries into the web.config file
Every where I'm reading about setting up Excel Services for delegation so that it can connect to Analysis Services running on separate server is based around using Claims based authentication to authenticate to the web application. However, right now we are using Classic Mode Authentication, and I can't find ANY information on how to set things up in this scenario. Is it even possible to get this going without using Claims Authentication?
I have two lists (List A and List B) that were created from the same list template. The Dispform for List A was customized (some fields were cut out and others were rearranged). The customized... the Supporting Files tab on the List Properties dialogue box for List B. However, when I try to display the data in List B, I get the following error: “Unable to display this Web Part. To troubleshoot the problem, open this Web page in a Windows SharePoint Services-compatible HTML editor such as Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer. If the problem persists, contact your Web server administrator
How do you set up Excel Services for SharePoint 2010? I’ve installed the Office Web Apps (wcsetup.exe) and created a new Excel service in central administration. But I’m now stuck on what to do next - do I need to turn it on in a document library?