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Event ID:      7682 & 7704 -----Event Source:      Office SharePoint Server

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Hi Folks.

I am contiously seening this error everynite in our prodcution envirnoment. I dont know whats going wrong with our envirnoment.
Kindly look into the errors and guide me for the resolution.

thanks
Waqas
Event Type:	Error
Event Source:	Office SharePoint Server
Event Category:	Project Server Analysis Cube Building 
Event ID:	7682
Date:		6/30/2009
Time:		11:00:29 PM
User:		N/A
Computer:	GHKPROD
Description:
Standard Information:PSI Entry Point: 
Project User: GHKWIN\ghk_waccess
Correlation Id: 06ff614f-251a-4c2f-8f18-61871f118bfa
PWA Site URL: http://ghkprod:8000/ghkbuild
SSP Name: SSPDefault
PSError: CBSASConnectionFailure (17003)
Cube build failed to connect to the Analysis Services server. Verify the data source connection is valid. Error: Setting UID=00007829-4392-48b3-b533-5a5a4797e3c9 ASServerName=jdcnimos ASDBName=ghkbuild1 ASExtraNetAddress= RangeChoice=0 PastNum=1 PastUnit=0 NextNum=1 NextUnit=0 FromDate=06/18/2009 11:48:49 ToDate=06/18/2009 11:48:49 HighPriority=False
 
For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
 
 
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Event Type:	Error
Event Source:	Office SharePoint Server
Event Category:	Project Server Queue 
Event ID:	7704
Date:		6/30/2009
Time:		11:00:29 PM
User:		N/A
Computer:	GHKPROD
Description:
Standard Information:PSI Entry Point: 
Project User: GHKWIN\ghk_waccess
Correlation Id: 06ff614f-251a-4c2f-8f18-61871f118bfa
PWA Site URL: http://ghkprod:8000/ghkuild
SSP Name: SSPDefault
PSError: GeneralQueueJobFailed (26000)
A queue job has failed. This is a general error logged by the Project Server Queue everytime a job fails - for effective troubleshooting use this error message with other more specific error messages (if any), the Operations guide (which documents more details about queued jobs) and the trace log (which could provide more detailed context). More information about the failed job follows. GUID of the failed job: 33bb38cc-ada4-4a8e-a5bb-e7995b01803d. Name of the computer that processed this job: GHKPROD (to debug further, you need to look at the trace log from this computer). Failed job type: CBSRequest. Failed sub-job type: CBSQueueMessage. Failed sub-job ID: 2. Stage where sub-job failed:  (this is useful when one sub-job has more than one logical processing stages).
 
For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

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