SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 11734 to Error: 12009

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Error: 11734, Severity: 16, NEXT VALUE FOR function is not allowed in the SELECT clause when the FROM clause contains a nested INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, or MERGE statement.
Error: 11735, Severity: 16, The target table of the INSERT statement cannot have DEFAULT constraints using the NEXT VALUE FOR function when the FROM clause contains a nested INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, or MERGE statement.
Error: 11736, Severity: 16, Only one instance of NEXT VALUE FOR function per sequence object is allowed in SET or SELECT with variable assignment.
Error: 11737, Severity: 15, NEXT VALUE FOR function does not support the ROWS and RANGE clauses.

Error: 11738, Severity: 16, The use of NEXT VALUE FOR function is not allowed in this context.
Error: 11739, Severity: 16, NEXT VALUE FOR function cannot be used if ROWCOUNT option has been set, or the query contains TOP or OFFSET.
Error: 11740, Severity: 16, NEXT VALUE FOR function cannot be used in a default constraint if ROWCOUNT option has been set, or the query contains TOP or OFFSET.
Error: 11741, Severity: 16, NEXT VALUE FOR function cannot be used within CASE, CHOOSE, COALESCE, IIF, ISNULL and NULLIF.
Error: 11742, Severity: 16, NEXT VALUE FOR function can only be used with MERGE if it is defined within a default constraint on the target table for insert actions.

Error: 11800, Severity: 16, RESTORE WITH SNAPSHOTRESTOREPHASE=2 for database ‘%ls’ failed because an earlier RESTORE WITH SNAPSHOTRESTOREPHASE=1 may have failed as a result of a network error. Retry the restore operation through SQL Writer after addressing any network issues and mak
Error: 11901, Severity: 16, Column ‘%.*ls.%.*ls’ is a federated column, while referencing column ‘%.*ls.%.*ls’ in foreign key ‘%.*ls’ is not.
Error: 11902, Severity: 16, Federation scheme key ‘%.*ls’ is not a part of this federation.
Error: 12002, Severity: 16, The requested %S_MSG index on column ‘%.*ls’ of table ‘%.*ls’ could not be created because the column type is not %S_MSG . Specify a column name that refers to a column with a %S_MSG data type.
Error: 12003, Severity: 16, Could not find spatial tessellation scheme ‘%.*ls’ for column of type %.*ls. Specify a valid tessellation scheme name in your USING clause.
Error: 12004, Severity: 16, Could not find the default spatial tessellation scheme for the column ‘%.*ls’ on table ‘%.*ls’. Make sure that the column reference is correct, or specify the extension scheme in a USING clause.
Error: 12005, Severity: 16, Incorrect parameters were passed to the CREATE %S_MSG statement near ‘%.*ls’. Validate the statement against the index-creation syntax.
Error: 12006, Severity: 16, Duplicate parameters were passed to the create index statement. Validate the statement against the index-creation syntax.
Error: 12007, Severity: 16, The CREATE %S_MSG statement is missing the required parameter ‘%.*ls’. Validate the statement against the index-creation syntax.
Error: 12008, Severity: 16, Table ‘%.*ls’ does not have a clustered primary key as required by the %S_MSG index. Make sure that the primary key column exists on the table before creating a %S_MSG index.
Error: 12009, Severity: 16, Could not find the %S_MSG index ‘%.*ls’ on table ‘%.*ls’. Either no %S_MSG index with this name exists, or a non-%S_MSG index might be using the same name. Fix the index name, avoiding duplicates. If a relational index has the same name, drop the regular

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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