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Cannot deploy AS on SQL 2012

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I can't deploy my AS project when there is no error message when I rebuild the project.

Under Data Sources --> abc.ds, it connect to normal SQL database. This connection is a connection to data warehouse, correct ? I have check the connection and it can pass through the testing successfully.

Does the message relate to the AS connection ? Which setting should I use to check whether I have sufficient right to deploy the project to AS ?

Error message:
"Errors in the high-level relational engine. A connection could not be made to the data source with the DataSourceID of 'XXX', Name of 'XXX'
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