SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 15247 to Error: 15266



Error: 15247, Severity: 16, User does not have permission to perform this action.
Error: 15248, Severity: 11, Either the parameter @objname is ambiguous or the claimed @objtype (%s) is wrong.
Error: 15249, Severity: 11, Error: Explicit @objtype ‘%s’ is unrecognized.
Error: 15250, Severity: 16, The database name component of the object qualifier must be the name of the current database.

Error: 15251, Severity: 16, Invalid ‘%s’ specified. It must be %s.
Error: 15252, Severity: 16, The primary or foreign key table name must be given.
Error: 15253, Severity: 11, Syntax error parsing SQL identifier ‘%s’.
Error: 15254, Severity: 16, Users other than the database owner or guest exist in the database. Drop them before removing the database.
Error: 15255, Severity: 11, ‘%s’ is not a valid value for @autofix. The only valid value is ‘auto’.

Error: 15256, Severity: 16, Usage: sp_certify_removable [,’auto’]
Error: 15257, Severity: 16, The database that you are attempting to certify cannot be in use at the same time.
Error: 15258, Severity: 16, The database must be owned by a member of the sysadmin role before it can be removed.
Error: 15259, Severity: 16, The DEFAULT_SCHEMA clause cannot be used with principals mapped to certificates or asymmetric keys.
Error: 15260, Severity: 16, The format of the security descriptor string ‘%s’ is invalid.
Error: 15261, Severity: 16, Usage: sp_create_removable ,,,,,,,,, [,,,…,,]
Error: 15262, Severity: 10, Invalid file size entered. All files must be at least 1 MB.
Error: 15263, Severity: 16, A SID in the security descriptor string ‘%s’ could not be found in an account lookup operation.
Error: 15264, Severity: 16, Could not create the ‘%s’ portion of the database.
Error: 15265, Severity: 16, An unexpected error has occurred in the processing of the security descriptor string ‘%s’.
Error: 15266, Severity: 16, Cannot make ‘%s’ database removable.

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.

SQLServerF1 Team
In-Depth Blogs on SQL Server, Information about SQL Server Conferences and Events, SQL Server Frequently asked questions, SQL Server Trainings.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *