SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 14598 to Error: 14617
Error: 14598, Severity: 16, Cannot drop the Local, Repository, or LocalDefault DTS categories.
Error: 14599, Severity: 10, Name
Error: 14600, Severity: 16, Proxy “%s” has not been granted permission to use subsystem “%s”.
Error: 14601, Severity: 16, Operator “%s” is not enabled and therefore cannot receive notifications.
Error: 14602, Severity: 16, Operator “%s” does not have an e-mail address specified.
Error: 14603, Severity: 16, Database Mail is not properly configured.
Error: 14604, Severity: 16, Both %s parameters (id and name) cannot be NULL
Error: 14605, Severity: 16, Both %s parameters (id and name) do not point to the same object
Error: 14606, Severity: 16, %s id is not valid
Error: 14607, Severity: 16, %s name is not valid
Error: 14608, Severity: 16, Either %s or %s parameter needs to be supplied
Error: 14609, Severity: 16, Mail database to user database association does not exist and therefore cannot be updated
Error: 14610, Severity: 16, Either @profile_name or @description parameter needs to be specified for update
Error: 14611, Severity: 16, Account sequence number must be supplied for update
Error: 14612, Severity: 16, Each principal should have at least one default profile
Error: 14613, Severity: 16, The specified ‘%s’ cannot use commas (,) to separate addresses: ‘%s’. To continue, use semicolons (;) to separate addresses.
Error: 14614, Severity: 16, %s is not a valid mailserver_type
Error: 14615, Severity: 16, The @username parameter needs to be supplied if the @password is supplied.
Error: 14616, Severity: 16, Unable to retrieve the newly created credential [%s] from the credential store.
Error: 14617, Severity: 16, Mail host database specified is invalid
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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