SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 15596 to Error: 15653

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Error: 15596, Severity: 10, Warning: use of a UNIQUE index, PRIMARY KEY constraint, or UNIQUE constraint on a table with row-level security can allow information disclosure.
Error: 15597, Severity: 10, Warning: use of an IDENTITY column on a table with row-level security can allow information disclosure.
Error: 15598, Severity: 10, Warning: use of an indexed view on a table with row-level security can allow information disclosure.
Error: 15599, Severity: 10, Auditing and permissions can’t be set on local temporary objects.

Error: 15600, Severity: 15, An invalid parameter or option was specified for procedure ‘%s’.
Error: 15601, Severity: 16, Full-Text Search is not enabled for the current database. Use sp_fulltext_database to enable Full-Text Search. The functionality to disable and enable full-text search for a database is deprecated. Please change your application.
Error: 15612, Severity: 16, DBCC DBCONTROL error. Database was not made read-only.
Error: 15615, Severity: 16, DBCC DBCONTROL error. Database was not made single user.
Error: 15622, Severity: 10, No permission to access database ‘%s’.
Error: 15625, Severity: 10, Option ‘%ls’ not recognized for ‘%ls’ parameter.

Error: 15626, Severity: 10, You attempted to acquire a transactional application lock without an active transaction.
Error: 15627, Severity: 10, sp_dboption command failed.
Error: 15635, Severity: 16, Cannot execute ‘%ls’ because the database is in read-only access mode.
Error: 15645, Severity: 16, Column ‘%ls’ does not exist.
Error: 15646, Severity: 16, Column ‘%ls’ is not a computed column.
Error: 15647, Severity: 10, No views with schema binding reference table ‘%ls’.
Error: 15650, Severity: 10, Updating %s
Error: 15651, Severity: 10, %d index(es)/statistic(s) have been updated, %d did not require update.
Error: 15652, Severity: 10, %s has been updated…
Error: 15653, Severity: 10, %s, update is not necessary…

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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