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Hi, All!I have some Dynamics 365 SSRS custom reports. Some of them work fine, but some fail: "Invalid User Authentication. The user authentication passed to the platform is not valid". There is error "Microsoft.Crm.CrmException: The current organization id could not be determined" in CRM logs.Could any help to localizate and fix this error?-----------Update 07.05.2019I think that my problem is the same such in this post:https://community.dynamics.com/crm/f/117/t/177269?pi61802=1#responses
Can you give some more information:
Is this Dynamics 365 OnPremise, or Online ?
If it's OnPremise, and the reports that fail SQL-based reports, or Fetch-based ?
If it's OnPremise, and you using Claims or IFD authentication, or AD authentication ?
Is it always the same reports that fail for all users, or can some reports be run by some users and not others ?
Thank's for response
It's 365 OnPremise
Reports are SQL-based
We use AD
Not all reports fail. Problem reports fail only for user with specific roles. Reports sql query use view-tables. I find problem view-tables: for example, when I deleted theese view-tables from reports, reports work fine for all user. When I give privileges for read for theese two entities on organization level, report work fine too. But organization level read privileges are not acceptible for theese roles
Filtered view are meant to design to achieve system security in Reports.
If a user is not able to view data in CRM then how can you allow that user to view data in Reports?
Hence you have to give read privileges to user who want to view data in reports.
Hi, Dynamics365 Rocker
If users aren't able view data they should see empty tables in report. In my case users see error window. I see "request timeout" and "The current organization id could not be determined" in logs on App server. There aren't errors in logs on SSRS server
Did you ever find an answer for this? I am having the same issue
Index of DB helped me. I found problem SQL-request by SSMS profiler. For found request I created a plan of execution which suggested index for one of column. The problem table was a table of relationships.
Hope I helped You.
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