SQL Server Errors or Failures Error: 2291 to Error: 2314

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Error: 2291, Severity: 16, %sNo root element was found.,
Error: 2292, Severity: 16, %sWhen a type with simple content restricts a type with mixed content, it must have an embedded simple type definition. Location: ‘%ls’.,
Error: 2293, Severity: 16, %sChoice cannot be empty unless minOccurs is 0. Location: ‘%ls’.,
Error: 2294, Severity: 16, %s’xml’ is not allowed as a processing instruction target.,
Error: 2297, Severity: 16, %sElement <%ls> is not valid at location ‘%ls’.,
Error: 2298, Severity: 16, %sAttribute ‘%ls’ is not valid at location ‘%ls’.,
Error: 2299, Severity: 16, %sRequired attribute “%ls” of XSD element “%ls” is missing.,

Error: 2300, Severity: 16, %sRequired sub-element “%ls” of XSD element “%ls” is missing.,
Error: 2301, Severity: 16, %sThe element “%ls” has already been defined.,
Error: 2302, Severity: 16, %sThe name “%ls” has already been defined in this scope.,
Error: 2305, Severity: 16, %sElement or attribute type specified more than once. Location: ‘%ls’.,
Error: 2306, Severity: 16, %sThe qualified name “%ls” was found in a context where only NCName is allowed.,
Error: 2307, Severity: 16, %sReference to an undefined name ‘%ls’,
Error: 2308, Severity: 16, %sReference to an undefined name ‘%ls’ within namespace ‘%ls’,

Error: 2309, Severity: 16, %sThe value of “%ls” is not a valid number.,
Error: 2310, Severity: 16, %sThe attribute “%ls” is declared more than once.,
Error: 2311, Severity: 16, %sThe attribute “%ls” is declared more than once within “%ls”.,
Error: 2312, Severity: 16, %sThe value of attribute ‘%ls’ does not conform to the type definition ‘http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#%ls’: ‘%ls’.,
Error: 2313, Severity: 16, %sThe attribute “%ls” cannot have a value of “%ls”.,
Error: 2314, Severity: 16, %sThe attribute “%ls” cannot have a negative value.,

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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SQLServerF1 Team
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