SQL Server Errors or Failures Error: 226 to Error: 246

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You may receive various errors in SQL Server while working. Below are some of the SQL Server Errors from Error: 226 to Error: 246

Error: 226, severity: 16,
%ls statement not allowed within multi-statement transaction.

Error: 227, severity: 15,
“%.*ls” is not a valid function, property, or field.

Error: 228, severity: 15,
Method ‘%.*ls’ of type ‘%.*ls’ in assembly ‘%.*ls’ does not return any value.

Error: 229, severity: 14,
The %ls permission was denied on the object ‘%.*ls’, database ‘%.*ls’, schema ‘%.*ls’.

Error: 230, severity: 14,
The %ls permission was denied on the column ‘%.*ls’ of the object ‘%.*ls’, database ‘%.*ls’, schema ‘%.*ls’.

Error: 231, severity: 11,
No such default. ID = %ld, database ID = %d.

Error: 232, severity: 16,
Arithmetic overflow error for type %ls, value = %f.

Error: 233, severity: 16,
The column ‘%.*ls’ in table ‘%.*ls’ cannot be null.

Error: 234, severity: 16,
There is insufficient result space to convert a money value to %ls.

Error: 235, severity: 16,
Cannot convert a char value to money. The char value has incorrect syntax.

Error: 236, severity: 16,
The conversion from char data type to money resulted in a money overflow error.

Error: 237, severity: 16,
There is insufficient result space to convert a money value to %ls.

Error: 239, severity: 16,
Duplicate common table expression name ‘%.*ls’ was specified.

Error: 240, severity: 16,
Types don’t match between the anchor and the recursive part in column “%.*ls” of recursive query “%.*ls”.

Error: 241, severity: 16,
Conversion failed when converting date and/or time from character string.

Error: 242, severity: 16,
The conversion of a %ls data type to a %ls data type resulted in an out-of-range value.

Error: 243, severity: 16,
Type %.*ls is not a defined system type.

Error: 244, severity: 16,
The conversion of the %ls value ‘%.*ls’ overflowed an %hs column. Use a larger integer column.

Error: 245, severity: 16,
Conversion failed when converting the %ls value ‘%.*ls’ to data type %ls.

Error: 246, severity: 16,
No anchor member was specified for recursive query “%.*ls”.

This is applicable on below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2005
SQL Server 2008 R2
SQL Server 2012
SQL Server 2014

Hope this was helpful.

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