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Help with Sharepoint 2013 Asset and Project Management Apps

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Hello,

Can someone help me out with a problem I have with SharePoint 2013, I am very much a new user to SharePoint.

I have setup a single server system for SharePoint, as a demo to show the management team.

Most of the SharePoint apps I have got working from the SharePoint store, and all seems well, then I wanted to add the Asset Management app and all I get is something went wrong.

Looking at the windows logs is says it cant find a database.. But all the other applications are working ok.

I also get this error on the project management app. When trying to install it.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Regards

Darren
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by:Justin Smith
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Is it the Computer Asset Management App?  If so, it requires Access Services to be running.
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by:DarrenEley
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Hello. Thank you for the reply.

Yes Access services are running, and Yes its the 2 Microsoft Apps

Computer Asset Management and the Project Management apps.

Regards

Darren
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What version of SQL are you running?  I'm guessing since you say you have a single server, you did a standalone install which installs SQL Express.  This isn't compatible with Access Services.  You need to full version of SQL.

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/12514.sharepoint-2013-access-services.aspx#Prerequisites
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by:DarrenEley
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Hiya, Thank you. I did think this would be the problem. I had installed SQL 2012 express as someone mentioned that SQL 2008 R2 was not good to use.

I think we have SQL 2013 in our MAPS pack, going to have a look now.

Thank you for your assistance.

Regards

Darren
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