SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 6224 to Error: 6243

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Error: 6224, Severity: 16, Type “%.*ls.%.*ls” is marked for native serialization, but field “%.*ls” of type “%.*ls.%.*ls” is marked with “System.NonSerializedAttribute”. Native serialization types cannot have fields marked with “System.NonSerializedAttribute”.
Error: 6225, Severity: 16, Type “%.*ls.%.*ls” is marked for native serialization, but field “%.*ls” of type “%.*ls.%.*ls” is of type “%.*ls.%.*ls” which is a non-value type. Native serialization types can only have fields of blittable types. If you wish to have a field of any other
Error: 6226, Severity: 16, Type “%.*ls.%.*ls” is marked for user-defined serialization, but does not implement the “%.*ls.%.*ls” interface.

Error: 6227, Severity: 16, Type “%.*ls.%.*ls” is marked for native serialization, but field “%.*ls” of type “%.*ls.%.*ls” is of type “%.*ls.%.*ls”, which is not blittable, or type “%.*ls.%.*ls” has a recursive definition.
Error: 6228, Severity: 16, Type “%.*ls.%.*ls” is marked for native serialization, but it contains non-blittable fields.
Error: 6229, Severity: 16, Type “%.*ls.%.*ls” is marked for native serialization. It is not marked with “LayoutKind.Sequential”. Native serialization requires the type to be marked with “LayoutKind.Sequential”.
Error: 6230, Severity: 16, Type “%.*ls.%.*ls” is marked for native serialization, but field “%.*ls” of type “%.*ls.%.*ls” has field marshallers. Native serialization types cannot have field marshallers.

Error: 6231, Severity: 16, Type “%.*ls.%.*ls” is marked for native serialization, but one of its base types “%.*ls.%.*ls” is not valid for native serialization.
Error: 6232, Severity: 16, Type “%.*ls.%.*ls” is marked for native serialization, but base type “%.*ls.%.*ls” is not marked with “LayoutKind.Sequential”. Native serialization requires the type to be marked with “LayoutKind.Sequential”.
Error: 6233, Severity: 16, In proc data access is not allowed in an impersonated state.
Error: 6234, Severity: 16, Data truncation error. Length (%d) exceeds maximum length (%d) for type ‘%.*ls’.
Error: 6235, Severity: 16, Data serialization error. Length (%d) is less than fixed length (%d) for type ‘%.*ls’.
Error: 6236, Severity: 16, %s ASSEMBLY failed because filename ‘%.*ls’ is too long.
Error: 6237, Severity: 16, %s ASSEMBLY failed because method “%.*ls” on type “%.*ls” in assembly “%.*ls” has an invalid custom attribute “%.*ls”.
Error: 6238, Severity: 16, %s ASSEMBLY failed because field “%.*ls” in type “%.*ls” in assembly “%.*ls” has an invalid custom attribute “%.*ls”.
Error: 6239, Severity: 16, %s ASSEMBLY failed because type “%.*ls” in assembly “%.*ls” has an invalid custom attribute “%.*ls”.
Error: 6240, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because the function ‘%s’ of type ‘%s’ no longer satisfies indexability requirements, and is used for the indexed view ‘%s’.
Error: 6241, Severity: 16, Trying to send a record with type or name of column %d differing from the type or name of the corresponding column of the result set.
Error: 6242, Severity: 16, CREATE ASSEMBLY failed because the user “%.*ls” specified in the authorization clause does not exist.
Error: 6243, Severity: 16, ‘%.*ls.%.*ls’ is marked for native serialization, and has the MaxByteSize property specified in the ‘%.*ls’ attribute. Native serialization objects can not specify MaxByteSize property, it is calculated by SQL Server.

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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SQLServerF1 Team
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