SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 25636 to Error: 25664

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Error: 25636, Severity: 16, Source and comparator types of the predicate do not match.
Error: 25639, Severity: 16, The %S_MSG, “%.*ls”, exceeds the number of allowable bound actions.
Error: 25640, Severity: 16, Maximum event size is smaller than configured event session memory. Specify a larger value for maximum event size, or specify 0.
Error: 25641, Severity: 16, For %S_MSG, “%.*ls”, the parameter “%ls” passed is invalid. %ls
Error: 25642, Severity: 16, Mandatory customizable attributes are missing for %S_MSG, “%.*ls”.

Error: 25643, Severity: 16, The %S_MSG, “%.*ls”, can not be added to an event session that specifies no event loss.
Error: 25644, Severity: 16, The %S_MSG, “%.*ls”, cannot be bound to the event session.
Error: 25646, Severity: 16, The %S_MSG name, “%.*ls”, is invalid.
Error: 25647, Severity: 16, The %S_MSG, “%.*ls”, could not be found. Ensure that the object exists and the name is spelled correctly.
Error: 25648, Severity: 16, The %S_MSG, “%.*ls”, could not be found. Ensure that the package exists and the name is spelled correctly.

Error: 25649, Severity: 16, Two of the actions/predicates for %S_MSG, “%.*ls”, can not coexist. Please remove one.
Error: 25650, Severity: 16, For %S_MSG, “%.*ls” the customizable attribute, “%ls”, was specified multiple times.
Error: 25651, Severity: 16, For %S_MSG, “%.*ls”, the value specified for customizable attribute, “%ls”, did not match the expected type, “%ls”.
Error: 25653, Severity: 16, The %S_MSG, “%.*ls”, does not exist in the event session. Object cannot be dropped from the event session.
Error: 25654, Severity: 16, Insuficient buffer space to copy error message.
Error: 25655, Severity: 16, Internal Extended Event error: invalid message code.
Error: 25656, Severity: 16, Error validating action. %ls
Error: 25657, Severity: 16, Error validating predicate. %ls
Error: 25658, Severity: 16, The %S_MSG name “%.*ls” is not unique.
Error: 25664, Severity: 16, Internal Extended Event error: invalid package ID.

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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SQLServerF1 Team
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