SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 12981 to Error: 13044

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Error: 12981, Severity: 16, You must specify %s when creating a subplan.
Error: 12982, Severity: 16, Supply either %s or %s to identify the plan or sub-plan to be run.
Error: 13001, Severity: 16, file name
Error: 13002, Severity: 16, audit
Error: 13003, Severity: 16, audit specification
Error: 13004, Severity: 16, audit name

Error: 13005, Severity: 16, server role
Error: 13006, Severity: 16, server principal
Error: 13008, Severity: 0, receive
Error: 13010, Severity: 0, read
Error: 13012, Severity: 0, a USE database statement
Error: 13013, Severity: 0, a procedure, function or trigger
Error: 13014, Severity: 0, indexed views and/or indexes on computed columns and/or filtered indexes and/or query notifications and/or XML data type methods and/or spatial index operations

Error: 13015, Severity: 0, spatial index operations
Error: 13016, Severity: 0, an INTO clause
Error: 13019, Severity: 0, a SELECT INTO statement
Error: 13020, Severity: 0, option
Error: 13021, Severity: 0, offset option
Error: 13022, Severity: 0, statistics option
Error: 13024, Severity: 0, function name
Error: 13025, Severity: 0, varbinary (128) NOT NULL
Error: 13026, Severity: 0, parameter
Error: 13027, Severity: 0, convert specification
Error: 13028, Severity: 0, index
Error: 13029, Severity: 0, table
Error: 13030, Severity: 0, database
Error: 13031, Severity: 0, procedure
Error: 13032, Severity: 0, trigger
Error: 13033, Severity: 0, view
Error: 13034, Severity: 0, default
Error: 13035, Severity: 0, rule
Error: 13036, Severity: 0, system table
Error: 13037, Severity: 0, unknown type
Error: 13038, Severity: 0, SET option
Error: 13039, Severity: 0, column
Error: 13040, Severity: 0, type
Error: 13041, Severity: 0, character string
Error: 13042, Severity: 0, integer
Error: 13043, Severity: 0, identifier
Error: 13044, Severity: 0, number

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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