SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 40033 to Error: 40053

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Error: 40033, Severity: 16, Attempted CSN epoch switch is not allowed. The new CSN is (%d,%I64d), the current CSN is (%d,%I64d).

Error: 40034, Severity: 16, CSN being added must be equal last CSN+1. The new CSN is (%d,%I64d), the current CSN is (%d,%I64d).
Error: 40035, Severity: 16, CSN being added must be equal or greater than the last CSN. The new CSN is (%d,%I64d), the current CSN is (%d,%I64d).
Error: 40036, Severity: 16, Can not perform replica operation because this node is not the secondary for this partition.
Error: 40037, Severity: 16, The epoch being started must not have been used. The new CSN is (%d,%I64d), the current CSN is (%d,%I64d).

Error: 40038, Severity: 16, Can not get ack to rollback replication message.
Error: 40039, Severity: 16, Can not get ack to commit replication message.
Error: 40041, Severity: 16, Corrupted column status.
Error: 40042, Severity: 16, Corrupted column length.
Error: 40043, Severity: 16, Corrupted variable data. Actual remaining bytes is %d, expected %d bytes.
Error: 40044, Severity: 16, Corrupted fixed size data. Actual remaining bytes %d, expected %d bytes.
Error: 40045, Severity: 16, Message version mismatch. Actual version is %d and the expected is %d.
Error: 40046, Severity: 16, The minimum required message version %d for message type %d is unsupported.

Error: 40047, Severity: 16, Invalid use of parent transaction.
Error: 40048, Severity: 16, Corrupted fragmented row flow sequence.
Error: 40049, Severity: 16, Corrupted fragmented row.
Error: 40050, Severity: 16, Corrupted LOB row.
Error: 40051, Severity: 16, Use of UPDATETEXT on replicated tables is not supported.
Error: 40052, Severity: 16, Parallel queries are not supported on replicated tables.
Error: 40053, Severity: 16, Attempt to replicate a non-replicated system table %ld.

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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