SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 11552 to Error: 11621


You may receive various errors in SQL Server while working. Below are some of the SQL Server Errors from Error: 11552 to Error: 11621

Error: 11552, Severity: 16,
The @browse_information_mode parameter expects a tinyint with values 0, 1 or 2.

Error: 11553, Severity: 16,
EXECUTE statement failed because its WITH RESULT SETS clause specified a non-nullable type for column #%d in result set #%d, and the corresponding value sent at run time was null.

Error: 11601, Severity: 15,
%ls statements with a ‘%.*ls’ option are not allowed.

Error: 11602, Severity: 10,
%ls statements are not verified.

Error: 11603, Severity: 15,
%ls statements are not allowed at the top level.

Error: 11605, Severity: 15,
%S_MSG are not allowed at the top level.

Error: 11606, Severity: 15,
Specifying server name in ‘%.*ls’ is not allowed.

Error: 11607, Severity: 15,
Specifying database name for ‘%.*ls’ in a %ls statement is not allowed.

Error: 11608, Severity: 15,
Creating temporary stored procedures is not allowed.

Error: 11609, Severity: 16,
An internal error occurred while building the project. %ls

Error: 11610, Severity: 16,
There is not enough memory to build the project.

Error: 11611, Severity: 15,
Specifying schema elements in the CREATE SCHEMA statement is not supported.

Error: 11612, Severity: 15,
Multiple statements in a T-SQL batch are not allowed at the top level.

Error: 11613, Severity: 15,
Numbered stored procedures are not supported.

Error: 11614, Severity: 15,
%ls is not supported.

Error: 11617, Severity: 16,
An unknown error has occurred trying to load ‘%hs’.

Error: 11618, Severity: 15,
Combining column level permissions with other permissions is not allowed in the same GRANT/DENY/REVOKE statement.

Error: 11619, Severity: 16,
There is not enough stack available to compile the statment.

Error: 11620, Severity: 15,
REVOKE statements can only be used to revoke column level permissions.

Error: 11621, Severity: 10,
SQL Server started in Language Service mode.

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.

SQLServerF1 Team
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