SQL Server Error : 208, Severity: 16. Invalid object name ‘%.*ls’.

SQL Server Error : 208 Details

SQL Server Error: 208 Severity: 16 Event Logged or not: No Description: Invalid object name ‘%.*ls’. Severity 16 Description: Indicates general errors that can be corrected by the user.

Details of Error:

When a new user attempts to explore a database, they typically use SQL Server Management Studio. When they attempt to access any object using any valid T-SQL command, they frequently receive the following error.
SQL SERVER – Database Context Error – Error 208 – Invalid Object Name dbcontext1
What most confuses users is that the object is clearly visible in the SSMS Object Explorer, but when they try to access it using valid T-SQL, they usually get … Read the rest

SQL Server Error : 124, Severity: 15. CREATE PROCEDURE contains no statements.

SQL Server Error : 124 Details

SQL Server Error: 124 Severity: 15 Event Logged or not: No Description: CREATE PROCEDURE contains no statements. Severity 15 Description: Indicates syntax errors in the Transact-SQL command.

Solution:

CREATE PROCEDURE contains no statements inside it will give this error.

Make sure atleast one statement in CREATE PROCEDURE  otherwise it gives CREATE PROCEDURE contains no statements

SQL Server Error Code and solution summary

SQL Server Error: 124 Severity: 15 Event Logged or not: No Description: CREATE PROCEDURE contains no statements

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SQL Server Error : 53, Severity: 0. An error has occurred while establishing

SQL Server Error : 53 Details

SQL Server Error: 53 Severity: 0 Event Logged or not: No Description: An error has occurred while establishing a connection to the server. When connecting to SQL Server, this failure may be caused by the fact that under the default settings SQL Server does not allow remote connections. (provider: Named Pipes Provider, error: 40 – Could not open a connection to SQL Server) (.Net SqlClient Data Provider). Severity 0 Description: Informational messages that return status information or report errors that are not severe. The Database Engine does not raise system errors with severities of 0 through 9.

Errors encountered

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SQL Server Error : -1 Severity: 0. An error has occurred while establishing

SQL Server Error : -1 Details

SQL Server Error: -1 Severity: 0 Event Logged or not: No Description: An error has occurred while establishing a connection to the server. When connecting to SQL Server 2005, this failure may be caused by the fact that under the default settings SQL Server does not allow remote connections. (provider: SQL Network Interfaces, error: 28 – Server doesn’t support requested protocol) (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: -1). Severity 0 Description: Informational messages that return status information or report errors that are not severe. The Database Engine does not raise system errors with severities of 0 through 9.

Reading sql server error log location from SQL Query

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SQL Server Error : 134, Severity: 15. The variable name ‘%.*ls’ has already be

SQL Server Error : 134 Details

SQL Server Error: 134 Severity: 15 Event Logged or not: No Description: The variable name ‘%.*ls’ has already been declared. Variable names must be unique within a query batch or stored procedure. Severity 15 Description: Indicates syntax errors in the Transact-SQL command.

Solution:

Make sure the label for variables and tables are unique in a batch or Stored procedure.

Example:

declare one varchar(10)

declare one varchar(40)

SQL Server Error Code and solution summary

SQL Server Error: 134 Severity: 15 Event Logged or not: No Description: The variable name ‘%.*ls’ has already been declared. Variable names must be unique within a query batch or stored procedure.

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SQL Server Error : -2 Severity: 0. Timeout expired. The timeout period elap

SQL Server Error : -2 Details

SQL Server Error: -2 Severity: 0 Event Logged or not: No Description: Timeout expired. The timeout period elapsed prior to completion of the operation or the server is not responding. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: -2). Severity 0 Description: Informational messages that return status information or report errors that are not severe. The Database Engine does not raise system errors with severities of 0 through 9.

Solution for Resolving the Error

The query timeout to execute. Either the server is not responding or query is very large/big to execute within timeout limit.

Increase time out in Server properties

 

SQL Server Error Code and solution summary

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SQL Server Error : 121, Severity: 15. The select list for the INSERT statement

SQL Server Error : 121 Details

SQL Server Error: 121 Severity: 15 Event Logged or not: No Description: The select list for the INSERT statement contains more items than the insert list. The number of SELECT values must match the number of INSERT columns. Severity 15 Description: Indicates syntax errors in the Transact-SQL command.

Solution for Resolving the Error

Cause for the Error

This issue happens when the number of values supplied in the VALUES clause is less than the number of columns specified in an INSERT to a table using the INSERT INTO… VALUES format, as described in the error message.

The following INSERT statement, for example, will result in an error:

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SQL Server Error : 120, Severity: 15. The select list for the INSERT statement

SQL Server Error : 120 Details

SQL Server Error: 120 Severity: 15 Event Logged or not: No Description: The select list for the INSERT statement contains fewer items than the insert list. The number of SELECT values must match the number of INSERT columns. Severity 15 Description: Indicates syntax errors in the Transact-SQL command.

Cause for the Error

This issue happens when the number of values supplied in the VALUES Select Statement is less than the number of columns specified in an INSERT to a table using the INSERT INTO… VALUES format, as described in the error message.

The following INSERT statement, for example, will result in an error:

INSERT Into [Alpha] ( [Name], [LastName], [Gender] )
select name, lastname
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SQL Server Error : 119, Severity: 15. Must pass parameter number %d and subseq

SQL Server Error : 119 Details

SQL Server Error: 119 Severity: 15 Event Logged or not: No Description: Must pass parameter number %d and subsequent parameters as ‘@name = value’. After the form ‘@name = value’ has been used, all subsequent parameters must be passed in the form ‘@name = value’. Severity 15 Description: Indicates syntax errors in the Transact-SQL command.

One of the most commonly used objects in SQL Server is the stored procedure. The error message we’ll be discussing in this article is related to a stored procedure and its parameters. Let me explain the error message and how to resolve it.

EXECUTE sys.sp_one 'One', @Table_Owner = two, 'three'

Msg 119, Level 15, State 1, Line 1
Must 
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SQL Server Error : 116, Severity: 15. Only one expression can be specified in

SQL Server Error : 116 Details

SQL Server Error: 116 Severity: 15 Event Logged or not: No Description: Only one expression can be specified in the select list when the subquery is not introduced with EXISTS. Severity 15 Description: Indicates syntax errors in the Transact-SQL command.

Example:

SELECT [ID], [Date], [Description], [Count] FROM [dbo].[Order] WHERE [ID] NOT IN (SELECT [ID], [NumberofStock] FROM [dbo].[Stock]) Msg 116, Level 16, State 1, Line 4 Only one expression can be specified in the select list when the subquery is not introduced with EXISTS.

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