SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 15224 to Error: 15246

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Error: 15224, Severity: 11, Error: The value for the @newname parameter contains invalid characters or violates a basic restriction (%s).
Error: 15225, Severity: 11, No item by the name of ‘%s’ could be found in the current database ‘%s’, given that @itemtype was input as ‘%s’.
Error: 15226, Severity: 16, Cannot create alias types from an XML datatype.
Error: 15227, Severity: 16, The database ‘%s’ cannot be renamed.

Error: 15229, Severity: 16, The argument specified for the “%.*ls” parameter of stored procedure sp_db_vardecimal_storage_format is not valid. Valid arguments are ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’.
Error: 15230, Severity: 16, Error starting user instance. Error code: %d.
Error: 15231, Severity: 16, The argument specified for the ‘%ls’ parameter of stored procedure ‘%ls’ is not valid. Valid arguments are ‘ON’, ‘OFF’, ‘TRUE’ and ‘FALSE’.
Error: 15232, Severity: 16, A certificate with name ‘%s’ already exists or this certificate already has been added to the database.

Error: 15233, Severity: 16, Property cannot be added. Property ‘%.*ls’ already exists for ‘%.*ls’.
Error: 15234, Severity: 16, Objects of this type have no space allocated.
Error: 15236, Severity: 16, Column ‘%s’ has no default.
Error: 15237, Severity: 16, User data type ‘%s’ has no default.
Error: 15238, Severity: 16, Column ‘%s’ has no rule.
Error: 15239, Severity: 16, User data type ‘%s’ has no rule.
Error: 15240, Severity: 16, Cannot write into file ‘%s’. Verify that you have write permissions, that the file path is valid, and that the file does not already exist.
Error: 15241, Severity: 16, Usage: sp_dboption [dbname [,optname [,’true’ | ‘false’]]]
Error: 15242, Severity: 16, Database option ‘%s’ is not unique.
Error: 15243, Severity: 16, The option ‘%s’ cannot be changed for the master database.
Error: 15244, Severity: 16, Only members of the sysadmin role or the database owner may set database options.
Error: 15246, Severity: 16, Cannot dump the private key of certificate ‘%s’ because the private key cannot be found.

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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