SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 6264 to Error: 6284

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Error: 6264, Severity: 16, Data access failed because the .NET Framework routine is not marked with “DataAccessKind.Read” or “SystemDataAccessKind.Read”.
Error: 6265, Severity: 16, %s ASSEMBLY failed because type “%.*ls” in %.*ls assembly “%.*ls” has a pinvokeimpl method. P/Invoke is not allowed in %.*ls assemblies.
Error: 6266, Severity: 10, Warning: Assembly “%.*ls” was built using version %.*ls of the .NET Framework. SQL Server currently uses version %s.
Error: 6267, Severity: 16, Assembly “%.*ls” does not exist, or the user does not have permission to reference it.
Error: 6269, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because the user-defined aggregate “%s” does not exist or is not correctly defined in the updated assembly.

Error: 6270, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because the required method “%s” in type “%s” was not found with the same signature in the updated assembly.
Error: 6271, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because the required field “%s” in type “%s” was not found with the same signature in the updated assembly.
Error: 6272, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because required property ‘%s’ in type ‘%s’ was not found with the same signature in the updated assembly.
Error: 6273, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because required type ‘%s’ does not exist or is not correctly defined in the updated assembly.
Error: 6274, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because the serialization format of type ‘%s’ would change in the updated assembly. Persisted types are not allowed to change serialization formats.
Error: 6275, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because the IsByteOrdered attribute of type ‘%s’ would change in the updated assembly.

Error: 6276, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because serialization data of type ‘%s’ would change in the updated assembly. Persisted types are not allowed to change serialization data.
Error: 6277, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because the MaxLen attribute of type ‘%s’ would change in the updated assembly. Persisted types are not allowed to change MaxLen attribute.
Error: 6278, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because the IsFixedLen attribute of type ‘%s’ would change in the updated assembly. Persisted types are not allowed to change IsFixedLen attribute.
Error: 6279, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because the mutator attribute of method ‘%s’ in type ‘%s’ would change in the updated assembly, and the method is in use by the schema-bound function or view ‘%s’.
Error: 6280, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because table, view or constraint ‘%s’ depends on this assembly. Use WITH UNCHECKED DATA to skip checking for persisted data.
Error: 6281, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because only members of the sysadmin role can use WITH UNCHECKED DATA.
Error: 6282, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because the referenced assemblies would change. The referenced assembly list must remain the same.
Error: 6283, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because only the assembly revision version number is allowed to change.
Error: 6284, Severity: 16, ALTER ASSEMBLY failed because it is referenced by object ‘%.*ls’. Assemblies that are referenced by SQL objects cannot be made invisible.

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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