Analysis Services (SSAS) Error Messages

Analysis Services (SSAS) Error Messages

Applies to:  SQL Server Analysis Services    

This page links to error message content on the WIKI, but feel free to add links to other web pages that provide error message help.  Errors on this page are listed alphabetical order.  Some errors are also raised as events, in which case they also appear in Analysis Services Event ID and Event Descriptions.

An error occurred while starting the flight recorder
Database files failed to pass consistency checks
Deserialization Failed
Error loading Metadata: No cubes were found.
Errors in the OLAP storage engine: A duplicate attribute key has been found when processing
Executing the query... Either the user does not have access to the <cube> database, or the database does not exist
File could not be opened
Invalid class string
The service cannot be started

Number one error on the Analysis Services forum (in terms of largest number of page views, at 107572 Views):

SSAS: Class not registered (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80040154 (REGDB_E_CLASSNOTREG)) -- This error is caused by the PivotTable Office Web Control (OWC), used for browsing cubes in the designer. The error occurs when the component fails to install, or the installation somehow became corrupted. The solution is to repair your "Microsoft Office 2003 Web Components" installation. This post has been locked, most likely because the cause of the error (corrupted OWC control used in the pivottable browser) has been deprecated and removed from the product in recent releases. Of course, if you are using Analysis Services 2008 R2 or earlier, you might still run into it.
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