• Management Pack:  SharePoint Server
  • MP Version:  15.0.4557.1000 for 2013
  • Released:  10/8/2013
  • Publisher:  Microsoft

Access 2013 Service Instance Class

  • ID:  Microsoft.SharePoint.2013.SPServiceInstance.Access2
  • Description:  Access 2013 Service Instance
  • Class Hierarchy: 
    Entity
    Logical Entity
    Local Application
    Windows Local Application
    Windows Local Service
    SharePoint Service Instance
    Access Service Instance
    Access Service 2013 Instance
    Access 2013 Service Instance

  • Attributes:  Public, Hosted
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The average failed attempts to connect to SQL Azure is too high. This means many of our customer aren’t able to connect to their data. A trigger for a number of connections. We don't want this firing for a very small number of users. The average number of retries per connection attempt is too high, this likely means user experience is severely degraded. A trigger for the number of connection retries. Fires if there are 1000 within a 5 minute interval. The average number of write failures compared to total write attempts is too high, this means the user is either not able to write to their DB or their performance is severely degraded. A trigger for the number of SQL write failures. Fires if there are 1000 within a 5 minute interval. A warning state of this Monitor indicates that the back end Access Data Services application server failed to access the configuration database and may not be able to read or save any settings. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that the Access Services failed to load a required library, the calculation library.  The server may not be able to process requests. Access Services: Failed to register database server Access was unable to connect to the SQL Server Express LocalDB instance. There is low availability of logical servers in the Access Workload There is low availabillity of logical servers in the Application Workload There is low remaining database capacity in the Access Workload There is low remaining database capacity in the Application Workload A warning state of this monitor indicates that we cannot retrieve the information of a number of applications from the SharePoint content database. This monitor triggers an alert warning when the number of available ADS boxes is low, and then triggers an error when there are no available ADS boxes. There are no SQL servers available for creating databases. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that the back end Access Data Services application server machine ran out of memory. We are unable to communicate with partitioned SSS. This means that we are unable to retrieve or update credentials for application databases. We are unable to communicate with unpartitioned SSS. This means that we are unable to retrieve or update credentials for database servers used for applications. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that the back end application server Access Data Services machine was not able to create an in memory cache for a user session. Users may be unable to use that specific machine for querying data for Access Services applications. There is no default Access Services application proxy. This indicates that Access Services is misconfigured in this farm. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that the database was not available on a particular instance on SQL Server. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that the application pool account has insufficient permissions to write files. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that there are failures of web application when writing to server registry. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that the database is read only. Write permission is required to set this Monitor into a healthy state. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that SharePoint Health Analyzer (SPHA) Availability Rule failed on SPServer. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that a SQL Server was not found. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that a SQL database is full. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that an Application Login failed on this server. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that SharePoint Health Analyzer (SPHA) Configuration Rule failed on SPServer. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that SharePoint Health Analyzer (SPHA) Performance Rule failed on SPServer. A warning state of this Monitor indicates that the server is entering into throttling state. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that the Response Time to render content is more than 7500ms for 3 consecutive performance values. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that a server has insufficient SQL Server database permissions. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that SharePoint Health Analyzer (SPHA) Security Rule failed on SPServer. A critical state of this Monitor indicates that SharePoint Health Analyzer (SPHA) Custom Rule failed on SPServer. Access 2013 Service Instance All Windows Computers SharePoint Server. Education Services Application Shared Service - Access Application Shared Service - Business Data Connectivity Application Shared Service - Excel Services Application Shared Service - PerformancePoint Application Shared Service - Project Application Shared Service - Secure Store Application Shared Service - SecurityToken Application Shared Service - Taxonomy Application Shared Service - UserProfile Application Shared Service - Visio Application Shared Service - Translation Service Application Shared Service - Word Automation Services Application Topology application instance. Usage application instance. Shared Service - Access 2013 Application SPShared Service Application: SearchGroup SPShared Service Application Host Controller Group Admin Service in SPService for a particular farm. Document Conversions Launcher Service Document Conversions Load Balancer Service Incoming E-Mail Service in SPService for a particular farm. InfoPath Forms Services Project Event Service Project Queue Service Sandboxed Code Service in SPService for a particular farm. Timer Service in SPService for a particular farm. Web Services in SPService for a particular farm. Base class of a Shared Service. Shared Service - Education Services Shared Service - Access Shared Service - Business Data Connectivity Shared Service - Excel Services Applications Shared Service - PerformancePoint Service Shared Service - Project Shared Service - SecureStore Shared Service - SecurityToken Shared Service - Taxonomy Shared Service - Translation Service Shared Service - UserProfile Shared Service - Visio Shared Service - Word Automation Services Shared Service: Search Topology Shared Service. Usage Shared Service. Shared Service - Access 2013

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Properties

Display Name Description
Display Name Display name of monitoring object.
FarmID For SharePoint ServiceInstance (Key) Farm ID for SharePoint ServiceInstance.
HostServer For SharePoint ServiceInstance (Key) This is a property of SharePoint ServiceInstance that identifies HostServer for that particular Service.
TypeName For SharePoint ServiceInstance (Key) This is a property of SharePoint ServiceInstance that identifies TypeName for that particular Service.

Discovered By

Name Description
SharePoint Shared Service Discovery This discovers various shared services in SharePoint.

Relations

Health Source
NameClassType
Entity Watched By Perspective Entity Reference

Health Target
NameClassType
SharePoint Service Contains ServiceInstance SharePoint Service Instance Membership
SPServer Contains SPServiceInstance SharePoint Service Instance Membership
SharePoint SharedServiceApplication Contains SPServiceInstance SharePoint Service Instance Membership
Windows Computer Hosts Windows Local Application Relationship Type Windows Local Application Hosting

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