SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 15021 to Error: 15050



Error: 15021, Severity: 16, Invalid value given for parameter %s. Specify a valid parameter value.
Error: 15022, Severity: 16, The specified user name is already aliased.
Error: 15023, Severity: 16, User, group, or role ‘%s’ already exists in the current database.
Error: 15025, Severity: 16, The server principal ‘%s’ already exists.
Error: 15026, Severity: 16, Logical device ‘%s’ already exists.

Error: 15028, Severity: 16, The server ‘%s’ already exists.
Error: 15032, Severity: 16, The database ‘%s’ already exists. Specify a unique database name.
Error: 15033, Severity: 16, ‘%s’ is not a valid official language name.
Error: 15034, Severity: 16, The application role password must not be NULL.

Error: 15036, Severity: 16, The data type ‘%s’ does not exist or you do not have permission.
Error: 15040, Severity: 16, User-defined error messages must have an ID greater than 50000.
Error: 15041, Severity: 16, User-defined error messages must have a severity level between 1 and 25.
Error: 15042, Severity: 10, The @with_log parameter is ignored for messages that are not us_english version.
Error: 15043, Severity: 16, You must specify ‘REPLACE’ to overwrite an existing message.
Error: 15044, Severity: 16, The type “%s” is an unknown backup device type. Use the type “disk” or “tape”.
Error: 15045, Severity: 16, The logical name cannot be NULL.
Error: 15046, Severity: 16, The physical name cannot be NULL.
Error: 15048, Severity: 10, Valid values of the database compatibility level are %d, %d, or %d.
Error: 15049, Severity: 11, Cannot unbind from ‘%s’. Use ALTR TABLE DROP CONSTRAINT.
Error: 15050, Severity: 11, Cannot bind default ‘%s’. The default must be created using the CREATE DEFAULT statement.

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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