SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 14442 to Error: 14516
Error: 14442, Severity: 16, Role change failed.
Error: 14450, Severity: 16, The specified @backup_file_name was not taken from database ‘%s’.
Error: 14451, Severity: 16, The specified @backup_file_name is not a database backup.
Error: 14500, Severity: 16, Supply either a non-zero message ID, non-zero severity, non-null performance condition, or non-null WMI namespace and query.
Error: 14501, Severity: 16, An alert (‘%s’) has already been defined on this condition.
Error: 14502, Severity: 16, The @target_name parameter must be supplied when specifying an @enum_type of ‘TARGET’.
Error: 14503, Severity: 16, The @target_name parameter should not be supplied when specifying an @enum_type of ‘ALL’ or ‘ACTUAL’.
Error: 14504, Severity: 16, ‘%s’ is the fail-safe operator. You must make another operator the fail-safe operator before ‘%s’ can be dropped.
Error: 14505, Severity: 16, Specify a null %s when supplying a performance condition.
Error: 14506, Severity: 16, Cannot set alerts on message ID %ld.
Error: 14507, Severity: 16, A performance condition must be formatted as: ‘object_name|counter_name|instance_name|comparator(> or < or =)|numeric value’.
Error: 14508, Severity: 16, Specify both @wmi_namespace and @wmi_query.
Error: 14509, Severity: 16, Specify a valid %s when supplying a @wmi_namespace.
Error: 14510, Severity: 16, Specify a null %s when supplying a @wmi_namespace.
Error: 14511, Severity: 16, The @wmi_query could not be executed in the @wmi_namespace provided. Verify that an event class selected in the query exists in the namespace and that the query has the correct syntax.
Error: 14512, Severity: 16, Specify a valid %s when supplying a @wmi_query.
Error: 14513, Severity: 10, Analysis query subsystem
Error: 14514, Severity: 10, Analysis command subsystem
Error: 14515, Severity: 16, Only a member of the sysadmin server role can add a job for a different owner with @owner_login_name.
Error: 14516, Severity: 16, Proxy (%d) is not allowed for subsystem “%s” and user “%s”. Grant permission by calling sp_grant_proxy_to_subsystem or sp_grant_login_to_proxy.
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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