SQL Server Errors or Failures Error: 2315 to Error: 2336

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Error: 2315, Severity: 16, %sThe attribute “%ls” should have a string value.,
Error: 2316, Severity: 16, %sThe required ‘base’ attribute is missing. Location: ‘%ls’.,
Error: 2317, Severity: 16, %sThe base type “%ls” defined on XSD element “%ls” is not a simple type.,
Error: 2319, Severity: 16, %sThis type may not have a ‘%ls’ facet. Location: ‘%ls’.,
Error: 2320, Severity: 16, %sDuplicate facet ‘%ls’ found at location ‘%ls’.,
Error: 2321, Severity: 16, %sFacets cannot follow attribute declarations. Found facet ‘%ls’ at location ‘%ls’.,
Error: 2322, Severity: 16, %sThe element type is not a subclass of the substitution group’s head,

Error: 2323, Severity: 16, %sThe end tag ‘%ls’ doesn’t match opening tag ‘%ls’ from line %u,
Error: 2324, Severity: 16, %sThe end tag ‘%ls:%ls’ doesn’t match opening tag ‘%ls’ from line %u,
Error: 2325, Severity: 16, %sThe end tag ‘%ls’ doesn’t match opening tag ‘%ls:%ls’ from line %u,
Error: 2326, Severity: 16, %sThe end tag ‘%ls:%ls’ doesn’t match opening tag ‘%ls:%ls’ from line %u,
Error: 2327, Severity: 16, %sThe content or definition of <%ls> is missing.,

Error: 2328, Severity: 16, %sSchema namespace ‘%ls’ doesn’t match directive’s ‘%ls’,
Error: 2329, Severity: 16, %sThe string “%ls” is not a valid time duration value.,
Error: 2331, Severity: 16, %sRedefinition has to have itself as base type. Location: ‘%ls’.,
Error: 2332, Severity: 16, %s’%ls’ may not be used with an ’empty’ operand,
Error: 2333, Severity: 16, %sInvalid source character 0x%02x,
Error: 2334, Severity: 16, %sInvalid source character ‘%c’ (0x%02x),
Error: 2335, Severity: 16, %sNewline in character/string constant,
Error: 2336, Severity: 16, %s’%c’ is not a valid octal digit (numbers starting with ‘0’ are implicitly octal),

This is applicable on below versions of SQL Server

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

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