SQL Server Errors

Cannot use index “%.*ls” on table “%.*ls” in a hint. XML indexes are not allowed in hints.

Error Message: Msg 309, Level 16, State 1, Line 1 Cannot use index “%.*ls” on table “%.*ls” in a hint. XML indexes are not allowed in hints. Severity level: 16. Description: This error message appears when you try to force the usage of an XML index in a hint. Consequences: The T-SQL statement can be […]

The NOLOCK and READUNCOMMITTED lock hints are not allowed for target tables of INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE statements.

Error Message: Msg 1065, Level 15, State 5, Line 15 The NOLOCK and READUNCOMMITTED lock hints are not allowed for target tables of INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE statements. Severity level: 15. Description: This error message appears when you try to run a INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE statement in the transaction isolation level READUNCOMMITTED or use […]

Index “%.*ls” on table “%.*ls” (specified in the FROM clause) is disabled or resides in a filegroup which is not online.

Error Message: Msg 315, Level 16, State 1, Line 11 Index “%.*ls” on table “%.*ls” (specified in the FROM clause) is disabled or resides in a filegroup which is not online. Severity level: 16. Description: This error message appears when you try to force the usage of an index in a hint, but this index […]

‘%.*ls’ is an invalid event type.

Error Message: Msg 1084, Level 15, State 1, Procedure, Line 2 ‘%.*ls’ is an invalid event type. Severity level: 15. Description: This error message appears when you specify an invalid event in a trigger. Consequences: The SQL statement cannot be parsed and further execution is stopped. Resolution: Errors of the Severity Level 15 are generated […]

The index ID %d on table “%.*ls” (specified in the FROM clause) is disabled or resides in a filegroup which is not online.

Error Message: Msg 316, Level 16, State 1, Line 11 The index ID %d on table “%.*ls” (specified in the FROM clause) is disabled or resides in a filegroup which is not online. Severity level: 16. Description: This error message appears when you try to force the usage of an index via the internal index […]

Column ‘%.*ls.%.*ls’ is not of same collation as referencing column ‘%.*ls.%.*ls’ in foreign key ‘%.*ls’.

Error Message: Msg 1757, Level 16, State 0, Line 4 Column ‘%.*ls.%.*ls’ is not of same collation as referencing column ‘%.*ls.%.*ls’ in foreign key ‘%.*ls’. Severity level: 16. Description: This error message appears when you try to define a foreign key constraing on columns having different collations. Consequences: The T-SQL statement can be parsed, but […]

The target table ‘%.*ls’ of the OUTPUT INTO clause cannot have any enabled triggers.

Error Message: Msg 331, Level 16, State 1, Line 2 The target table ‘%.*ls’ of the OUTPUT INTO clause cannot have any enabled triggers. Severity level: 16. Description: This error message appears when you try to use the OUTPUT INTO clause for a target table which has triggers enabled. Consequences: The T-SQL statement can be […]

Cannot create the foreign key “%.*ls” with the SET NULL referential action, because one or more referencing columns are not nullable.

Error Message: Msg 1761, Level 16, State 0, Line 3 Cannot create the foreign key “%.*ls” with the SET NULL referential action, because one or more referencing columns are not nullable. Severity level: 16. Description: This error message appears when you try to create a foreign key constraint with the referential SET NULL action, but […]

The target table ‘%.*ls’ of the OUTPUT INTO clause cannot be on either side of a (primary key, foreign key) relationship. Found reference constraint ‘%ls’.

Error Message: Msg 332, Level 16, State 1, Line 6 The target table ‘%.*ls’ of the OUTPUT INTO clause cannot be on either side of a (primary key, foreign key) relationship. Found reference constraint ‘%ls’. Severity level: 16. Description: This error message appears when you try to use the OUTPUT INTO clause for a target […]

Cannot create the foreign key “%.*ls” with the SET DEFAULT referential action, because one or more referencing not-nullable columns lack a default constraint.

Error Message: Msg 1762, Level 16, State 0, Line 3 Cannot create the foreign key “%.*ls” with the SET DEFAULT referential action, because one or more referencing not-nullable columns lack a default constraint. Severity level: 16. Description: This error message appears when you try to create a foreign key constraint with the referential SET DEFAULT […]
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