SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 11714 to Error: 11733

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Error: 11714, Severity: 15, Invalid sequence name ‘%.*ls’.
Error: 11715, Severity: 15, No properties specified for ALTER SEQUENCE.
Error: 11716, Severity: 15, NEXT VALUE FOR function does not support the PARTITION BY clause.
Error: 11717, Severity: 15, NEXT VALUE FOR function does not support the OVER clause in default constraints, UPDATE statements, or MERGE statements.
Error: 11718, Severity: 15, NEXT VALUE FOR function does not support an empty OVER clause.
Error: 11719, Severity: 15, NEXT VALUE FOR function is not allowed in check constraints,

default objects, computed columns, views, user-defined functions, user-defined aggregates, user-defined table types, sub-queries, common table expressions, or derived tables.
Error: 11720, Severity: 15, NEXT VALUE FOR function is not allowed in the TOP, OVER, OUTPUT, ON, WHERE, GROUP BY, HAVING, or ORDER BY clauses.
Error: 11721, Severity: 15, NEXT VALUE FOR function cannot be used directly in a statement that uses a DISTINCT, UNION, UNION ALL, EXCEPT or INTERSECT operator.
Error: 11722, Severity: 15, NEXT VALUE FOR function is not allowed in the WHEN MATCHED clause, the WHEN NOT MATCHED clause, or the WHEN NOT MATCHED BY SOURCE clause of a merge statement.

Error: 11723, Severity: 15, NEXT VALUE FOR function cannot be used directly in a statement that contains an ORDER BY clause unless the OVER clause is specified.
Error: 11724, Severity: 15, An expression that contains a NEXT VALUE FOR function cannot be passed as an argument to a table-valued function.
Error: 11725, Severity: 15, An expression that contains a NEXT VALUE FOR function cannot be passed as an argument to an aggregate.
Error: 11726, Severity: 16, Object ‘%.*ls’ is not a sequence object.
Error: 11727, Severity: 16, NEXT VALUE FOR functions for a given sequence object must have exactly the same OVER clause definition.
Error: 11728, Severity: 16, The sequence object ‘%.*ls’ has reached its minimum or maximum value. Restart the sequence object to allow new values to be generated.
Error: 11729, Severity: 10, The sequence object ‘%.*ls’ cache size is greater than the number of available values; the cache size has been automatically set to accommodate the remaining sequence values.
Error: 11730, Severity: 16, Database name cannot be specified for the sequence object in default constraints.
Error: 11731, Severity: 16, A column that uses a sequence object in the default constraint must be present in the target columns list, if the same sequence object appears in a row constructor.
Error: 11732, Severity: 16, The requested range for sequence object ‘%.*ls’ exceeds the maximum or minimum limit. Retry with a smaller range.
Error: 11733, Severity: 16, Parameter ‘%.*ls’ must be a positive integer.

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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