SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 15051 to Error: 15076
Error: 15051, Severity: 11, Cannot rename the table because it is published for replication.
Error: 15053, Severity: 16, Objects exist which are not owned by the database owner.
Error: 15054, Severity: 10, The current compatibility level is %d.
Error: 15056, Severity: 10, The suspect flag on the database “%s” is already reset.
Error: 15057, Severity: 16, List of %s name contains spaces, which are not allowed.
Error: 15058, Severity: 16, List of %s has too few names.
Error: 15059, Severity: 16, List of %s has too many names.
Error: 15060, Severity: 16, List of %s names contains name(s) which have ‘%s’ non-alphabetic characters.
Error: 15061, Severity: 16, The add device request was denied. A physical device named “%s” already exists. Only one backup device may refer to any physical device name.
Error: 15062, Severity: 16, The guest user cannot be mapped to a login name.
Error: 15063, Severity: 16, The login already has an account under a different user name.
Error: 15065, Severity: 16, All user IDs have been assigned.
Error: 15066, Severity: 16, A default-name mapping of a remote login from remote server ‘%s’ already exists.
Error: 15068, Severity: 16, A remote user ‘%s’ already exists for remote server ‘%s’.
Error: 15069, Severity: 16, One or more users are using the database. The requested operation cannot be completed.
Error: 15070, Severity: 10, Object ‘%s’ was successfully marked for recompilation.
Error: 15071, Severity: 16, Usage: sp_addmessage ,, [, [,FALSE | TRUE [,REPLACE]]]
Error: 15072, Severity: 16, Usage: sp_addremotelogin remoteserver [,loginname [,remotename]]
Error: 15074, Severity: 10, Warning: You must recover this database prior to access.
Error: 15076, Severity: 16, Default, table, and user data types must be in the current database.
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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