SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 14282 to Error: 14305

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Error: 14282, Severity: 16, Supply either a date (created or last modified) and a data comparator, or no date parameters at all.
Error: 14283, Severity: 16, Supply @target_server_groups or @target_servers, or both.
Error: 14284, Severity: 16, Cannot specify a job ID for a new job. An ID will be assigned by the procedure.
Error: 14285, Severity: 16, Cannot add a local job to a multiserver job category.
Error: 14286, Severity: 16, Cannot add a multiserver job to a local job category.

Error: 14287, Severity: 16, The ‘%s’ supplied has an invalid %s.
Error: 14288, Severity: 16, %s cannot be before %s.
Error: 14289, Severity: 16, %s cannot contain ‘%s’ characters.
Error: 14290, Severity: 16, This job is currently targeted at the local server so cannot also be targeted at a remote server.
Error: 14291, Severity: 16, This job is currently targeted at a remote server so cannot also be targeted at the local server.

Error: 14292, Severity: 16, There are two or more tasks named ‘%s’. Specify %s instead of %s to uniquely identify the task.
Error: 14293, Severity: 16, There are two or more jobs named ‘%s’. Specify %s instead of %s to uniquely identify the job.
Error: 14294, Severity: 16, Supply either %s or %s to identify the job.
Error: 14295, Severity: 16, Frequency Type 0x2 (OnDemand) is no longer supported.
Error: 14296, Severity: 16, This server is already enlisted into MSX ‘%s’.
Error: 14297, Severity: 16, Cannot enlist into the local machine.
Error: 14298, Severity: 16, This server is not currently enlisted into an MSX.
Error: 14299, Severity: 16, Server ‘%s’ is an MSX. Cannot enlist one MSX into another MSX.
Error: 14301, Severity: 16, Logins other than the current user can only be seen by members of the sysadmin role.
Error: 14305, Severity: 16, Column ‘%.*ls’ does not exist in table ‘%.*ls’.

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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