Troubleshooting Sybase Error Code from Error 3013 to 3702

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Sybase Error Code 3013
Sybase SQL Code –305
I/O error %1 — transaction rolled back
Sybase Error Code 3013
Sybase SQL Code –309
Memory error — transaction rolled back
Sybase Error Code 3206
Sybase SQL Code –240
Unknown backup operation
Sybase Error Code 3206
Sybase SQL Code –241
Database backup not started

Sybase Error Code 3206
Sybase SQL Code –242
Incomplete transactions prevent transaction log renaming
Sybase Error Code 3451
Sybase SQL Code –672
Database upgrade failed
Sybase Error Code 3451
Sybase SQL Code –673
Database upgrade not possible
Sybase Error Code 3618
Sybase SQL Code –302
Terminated by user — transaction rolled back
Sybase Error Code 3618
Sybase SQL Code –304
Disk full ‘%1’ — transaction rolled back

Sybase Error Code 3619
Sybase SQL Code –107
Error writing to transaction log file
Sybase Error Code 3621
Sybase SQL Code –299
Statement interrupted by user
Sybase Error Code 3702
Sybase SQL Code –214
Table in use
Sybase Error Code 3702
Sybase SQL Code –215
Procedure in use by ‘%1’
Sybase Error Code 3702
Sybase SQL Code –750
User owns procedures in use
Sybase Error Code 3702
Sybase SQL Code –751
User owns tables in use

Above are list of Sybase Error Code Messages from Error Code 3013 to 3702 received while performing certain operation against Sybase Database or related products.

What are Sybase Error Codes?

Sybase error codes are a set of error codes for use by all Sybase products, including Adaptive Server Enterprise. For every Sybase error code returned by Sybase IQ, there is a pair of matching Sybase IQ error codes (SQLCODE and SQLSTATE). In many cases Sybase IQ error codes offer a finer level of granularity than their Sybase error code counterparts, thus some Sybase error codes in the following table are non-unique.

Many of the errors contain the characters %1, %2 and so on. These are replaced by the parameters to the error message.

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Information about Sybase Error Code Messages or Warning Messages on Windows and Linux Operating Systems.

 

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