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Errors

SQL Server 2000

  New Information - SQL Server 2000 SP3.

The following error values are returned by Open Data Services.

Number Description
17801 Unknown internal error value.
17802 Creation of server event thread failed.
17803 Insufficient memory available.
17804 Invalid 'nbytes' value.
17805 Invalid buffer received from client.
17806 Invalid event specification.
17807 Invalid event '%l!ld!'.
17808 Invalid starting position specified.
17809 Unable to connect. The maximum number of '%l!ld!' users is currently connected.
17810 Unable to set up named pipe.
17811 Requested data conversion does not exist.
17812 Data conversion resulted in overflow.
17813 Attempt to convert data stopped by syntax error in source field.
17814 Invalid function parameter.
17815 No longer waiting for client connections using '%1'.
17816 No active RPC, or parameter value out of range.
17817 No active RPC, or no parameters.
17818 No active RPC, or parameter name not found.
17819 No active RPC.
17820 Invalid data type parameter.
17821 Unable to set up subchannel.
17822 Unable to load ListenOn Net-Library '%1'.
17823 Unable to read from ListenOn connection.
17824 Unable to write to ListenOn connection '%1', loginname '%2', hostname '%3'.
17825 Unable to close ListenOn connection.
17826 Unable to set up ListenOn connection '%1'.
17827 The maximum number of '%1!ld!' remote connections is currently in use.
17828 Unable to read from local subchannel named pipe.
17829 Unable to copy buffer to subchannel thread, subchannel closed.
17830 A subchannel protocol error has occurred.
17831 Unable to load ListenOn Net-Library '%1' version '%2'. Need Net-Library version '%3' or greater.
18732 Unable to read login packet(s).
18733 ListenOn connection '%1' is already in use.
17834 Using '%1' version '%2' to listen on '%3'.
17835 Configured for local access only.
17836 Unable to create IO completion port.

Security Note  When you design an extended stored procedure, consider what information it might expose in error messages. Create error handlers that do not pass sensitive information to end users.

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