The provider 'Microsoft.Mashup.OleDb.1' is not registered

Receiving the error below when attempting to deploy package:

but still failed, got error message:  The provider 'Microsoft.Mashup.OleDb.1' is not registered.
The following system error occurred:  Class not registered
A connection could not be made to the data source with the DataSourceID of 'b0581e01-30d0-42fc-9ec5-33ed9fee4a2f', Name of 'Power Query - FactOshaLostTime'.
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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
Can you provide us the full picture?
Starting by what are you trying to do.
What that error means is that you are trying to deploy an application that points an access DB with OLE data source that does not exist on the server you are deploying to.

So, you have two choices.

1, download will install a set of Oledb components Microsoft Access to the server you are deploying to.

2, or switch to access 2007 or later versions.

This versions use Ace data source.
Jessica WhitleySoftware DeveloperCommented:
I believe Sammy meant 2007 or earlier versions of access. They will have the Oledb components. Newer versions do not.
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richa1960Author Commented:
trying to find Oledb for access 2007.
Access 2007 to 2013 use ACE:


Try installing the following on the server that needs it:

This component includes what you are looing for, AccessDatabaseEngine.exe

Let us know what happens.

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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
richa1960, do you still need help with this question?
richa1960Author Commented:
I ended up applying all the solutions.
Dung DinhDBA and Business Intelligence DeveloperCommented:
As I know, Power Query does not support as data source. It means that you can not create a SSAS model if you use Power Query.

Here is an extra solution you can use:
- Build Power Query to extract data and save them to excel /csv data format
- Build a workbook with Power Pivot Data Model and receive the exce/csv files as data source
- Import Data Model into SSAS Tabular

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