SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 4811 to Error: 4830

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Error: 4831, Severity: 10, Bulk load: DataFileType was incorrectly specified as widechar. DataFileType will be assumed to be char because the data file does not have a Unicode signature.
Error: 4832, Severity: 16, Bulk load: An unexpected end of file was encountered in the data file.
Error: 4833, Severity: 16, Bulk load: Version mismatch between the provider dynamic link library and the server executable.
Error: 4834, Severity: 16, You do not have permission to use the bulk load statement.
Error: 4835, Severity: 16, Bulk copying into a table with computed columns is not supported for downlevel clients.

Error: 4836, Severity: 10, Warning: Table “%.*s” is published for merge replication. Reinitialize affected subscribers or execute sp_addtabletocontents to ensure that data added is included in the next synchronization.
Error: 4837, Severity: 16, Cannot bulk copy into a table “%.*s” that is enabled for immediate-updating subscriptions.
Error: 4838, Severity: 16, The bulk data source does not support the SQLNUMERIC or SQLDECIMAL data types.
Error: 4839, Severity: 16, Cannot perform the bulk load. Invalid collation name for source column %d in the format file “%s”.
Error: 4840, Severity: 16, The bulk data source provider string has an invalid %ls property value %ls.
Error: 4841, Severity: 16, The data source name is not a simple object name.

Error: 4842, Severity: 16, The required FormatFile property is missing from the provider string of the server.
Error: 4843, Severity: 16, The bulk data source provider string has a syntax error (‘%lc’) near character position %d.
Error: 4844, Severity: 16, The bulk data source provider string has an unsupported property name (%ls).
Error: 4845, Severity: 16, The bulk data source provider string has a syntax error near character position %d. Expected ‘%lc’, but found ‘%lc’.
Error: 4846, Severity: 16, The bulk data provider failed to allocate memory.
Error: 4847, Severity: 16, Bulk copying into a table with bigint columns is not supported for versions earlier than SQL Server 2000.
Error: 4848, Severity: 16, Bulk copying into a table with sql_variant columns is not supported for versions earlier than SQL Server 2000.
Error: 4855, Severity: 16, Line %d in format file “%ls”: unexpected element “%ls”.
Error: 4856, Severity: 16, Line %d in format file “%ls”: unexpected info item.

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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