Troubleshooting Sybase Error Code from Error 7705 to 10356


Sybase Error Code 7705
Sybase SQL Code –630
Invalid escape sequence ‘%1’
Sybase Error Code 7706
Sybase SQL Code –606
The pattern is too long
Sybase Error Code 7707
Sybase SQL Code –629
Invalid escape character ‘%1’
Sybase Error Code 7732
Sybase SQL Code –633
Update operation attempted on a read-only cursor

Sybase Error Code 7740
Sybase SQL Code –815
Cannot update column ‘%1’ since it does not appear in the SELECT clause.
Sybase Error Code 7950
Sybase SQL Code –100
Database server not found
Sybase Error Code 7950
Sybase SQL Code –96
Database server already running
Sybase Error Code 8201
Sybase SQL Code –640
Invalid descriptor index
Sybase Error Code 8205
Sybase SQL Code –641
Error in assignment

Sybase Error Code 8405
Sybase SQL Code –210
User ‘%1’ has the row in ‘%2’ locked
Sybase Error Code 9119
Sybase SQL Code –78
Dynamic memory exhausted
Sybase Error Code 9502
Sybase SQL Code –638
Right truncation of string data
Sybase Error Code 9526
Sybase SQL Code –187
Illegal cursor operation attempt
Sybase Error Code 9819
Sybase SQL Code –268
Trigger ‘%1’ not found
Sybase Error Code 10356
Sybase SQL Code –624
Expression has unsupported data type

Above are list of Sybase Error Code Messages from Error Code 7705 to 10356 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.

Hope this was helpful.

SQLServerF1 Team
Information about Sybase Error Code Messages or Warning Messages on Windows and Linux Operating Systems.


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