Symantec NetBackup status code 236 to status code 240

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Symantec NetBackup product is a backup and recovery product designed for enterprise users. Symantec NetBackup tool can be used to perform backups of SQL Server databases and provides various features.

Below are some of the NetBackup status error codes from Status Code 236 to Status Code 240 which may be received while using the Symantec NetBackup tool.

NetBackup status code: 236
Message: the specified client does not exist in an active policy within the
configuration database
Explanation: A client name was not specified or the specified client does not
exist.
Recommended Action: Activate the required policy, correct the client name, or
add the client to a policy that meets your needs. After you make the correction,
retry the operation.

NetBackup status code: 237
Message: the specified schedule does not exist in an active policy in the
configuration database
Explanation: The specified schedule does not exist in the NetBackup configuration.
Recommended Action: Activate the required policy, correct the schedule name,
or create a schedule in a policy that meets your needs. After you make the
correction, retry the operation.

NetBackup status code: 238
Message: the database contains conflicting or erroneous entries
Explanation: The catalog has an inconsistent or a corrupted entry.
Recommended Action: Obtain detailed troubleshooting information for bpdbm
(on UNIX and Linux) or the NetBackup Database Manager service (on Windows)
by creating a debug log directory for it. Then, retry the operation, save resulting
debug log, and call customer support.

NetBackup status code: 239
Message: the specified client does not exist in the specified policy
Explanation: The specified client is not a member of the specified policy.
Recommended Action: Correct the client name specification, specify a different
policy, or add the required client name to the policy. After you make the correction,
retry the operation.

NetBackup status code: 240
Message: no schedules of the correct type exist in this policy
Explanation: The appropriate schedule was not found in the specified policy. For
example, a user backup specified a policy name but no user backup schedule exists
in that policy.
Recommended Action: Specify a different policy or create a schedule of the
needed type in the policy. After you make the correction, retry the operation.

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