Error when configuring a PowerPivot service with an Oracle data source in SharePoint Server 2013
When you attempt to configure a PowerPivot-scheduled refresh with an Oracle data source in SharePoint Server 2013, you see the following error while adding the Oracle-related SSID under data source credentials:
The provided Secure Store target application is either incorrectly configured or does not exist.
The Unified Logging Service (ULS) will also display the following details:
02/06/2019 01:13:15.80 w3wp.exe (Servername:0x85F8) 0x41E0 SharePoint Server Database fdz2 VerboseEx SQL IO Statistics: Procedure proc_sss_GetRestrictedCredentials, Table 'SSSApplication'. Scan count 0, logical reads 4, physical reads 0, read-ahead reads 0, lob logical reads 0, lob physical reads 0, lob read-ahead reads 0. 423dbd9e-5d81-e070-ca0c-21267ad6b241 01:13:15.80 w3wp.exe (Servername:0x85F8) 0x41E0 Secure Store Service Secure Store elm4 High SQL command failed: Sproc name: proc_sss_GetRestrictedCredentials, Application Id: PPIVORA, Error code: 80630001, Error message: Credentials were not found for the current user within the target application 'PPIVORA'. Please set the credentials for the current user. 423dbd9e-5d81-e070-ca0c-21267ad6b241 01:13:15.80 w3wp.exe (Servername:0x85F8) 0x41E0 Secure Store Service Secure Store efp6 Medium GetRestricted
Credentials failed with the following exception:
System.ServiceModel.FaultException`1[Microsoft.Office.SecureStoreService.Server.SecureStoreServiceCredentialsNotFoundFault]: Credentials were not found for the current user within the target application 'PPIVORA'. Please set the credentials for the current user. (Fault Detail is equal to Microsoft.Office.SecureStoreService.Server.SecureStoreServiceCredentialsNotFoundFault). 423dbd9e-5d81-e070-ca0c-21267ad6b241
PowerPivot and farm admin service accounts must be present in the Members groups under the Secure TargetId in the Secure Store Service (SSS).
Two SSIDs (one using Oracle credentials and other using Windows credentials) are required for a third party data source, such as Oracle.
Perform the following steps to see the error:
- Browse to the PowerPivot Gallery.
- Locate the workbook for which you want to Schedule a Data Refresh.
- Select Manage Data Refresh.
- Select Use the data refresh account configured by the administrator.
- Select Connect using the credentials saved in the Secure Store Service (SSS) to log on to the data source.
- Enter the ID used to look up the credentials in the SSS ID box.
Since the farm account is different from the PowerPivot account, the error appears due to a lack of permission.
The target ID created in the SSS should be a “Group” type.