SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 6589 to Error: 6610



Error: 6589, Severity: 16, DROP ASSEMBLY failed because the specified assemblies are referenced by assembly ‘%ls’.
Error: 6590, Severity: 16, DROP ASSEMBLY failed because ‘%ls’ is referenced by object ‘%ls’.
Error: 6591, Severity: 16, %s for “%.*ls” failed because first parameter of “%.*ls” method must be of type System.Object.
Error: 6592, Severity: 16, Could not find property or field ‘%ls’ for type ‘%ls’ in assembly ‘%ls’.
Error: 6593, Severity: 16, Property or field ‘%ls’ for type ‘%ls’ in assembly ‘%ls’ is static.
Error: 6594, Severity: 16, Could not read from property ‘%ls’ for type ‘%ls’ in assembly ‘%ls’ because it does not have a get accessor.

Error: 6595, Severity: 16, Could not assign to property ‘%ls’ for type ‘%ls’ in assembly ‘%ls’ because it is read only.
Error: 6596, Severity: 16, %s ASSEMBLY failed because assembly ‘%ls’ is a system assembly. Consider creating a user assembly to wrap desired functionality.
Error: 6597, Severity: 16, CREATE %s failed.
Error: 6598, Severity: 16, DROP ASSEMBLY failed because ‘%ls’ is referenced by CLR type ‘%ls’.
Error: 6599, Severity: 16, Found an empty native serialization class ‘%.*ls’. Empty native serialization classes are not allowed.
Error: 6600, Severity: 16, XML error: %.*ls
Error: 6601, Severity: 10, The XML parse error 0x%x occurred on line number %d, near the XML text “%.*ls”.
Error: 6602, Severity: 16, The error description is ‘%.*ls’.
Error: 6603, Severity: 16, XML parsing error: %.*ls
Error: 6605, Severity: 16, %.*ls: Failed to obtain an IPersistStream interface on the XML text.

Error: 6607, Severity: 16, %.*ls: The value supplied for parameter number %d is invalid.
Error: 6608, Severity: 16, Failed to instantiate class “%ls”. Verify that Msxmlsql.dll exists in the SQL Server installation.
Error: 6609, Severity: 16, Invalid data type for the column “%ls”. Allowed data types are CHAR/VARCHAR, NCHAR/NVARCHAR, TEXT/NTEXT, and XML.
Error: 6610, Severity: 17, Failed to load Msxmlsql.dll.

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.

SQLServerF1 Team
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