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UPDATE: SQL Server Error 208, Severity 16

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Today’s article was created to help you if you receive SQL Server error 208 Level 16.

 

 


  • Hello

    I always get the “exception” event class in the SQL profiler.

    Text data: “Error: 208, Severity: 16, State: 0”

    What does this mean?

  • Don’t mind this.

    Error 208: Object not found. It is not uncommon for the profiler to display “false” errors due to the internal resolution of the deferred name.

    http://blogs.sqlserver.org.au/blogs/greg_linwood/archive/2004/12/16/40.aspx

    Gail Shaw
    Microsoft Certified Master: SQL Server, MVP, M. Sc (Comp Sci)
    SQL In The Wild: Database Performance Discussions with Recoverable Redirects

    We go to dark places, where no one else will enternoWe are standing on a bridge and no one can pass

  • Hello

    I always get the “exception” event class in the SQL profiler.

    Text data: “Error: 208, Severity: 16, State: 0”

    What does this mean?

    Don’t mind this.

    Error 208: Object not found. It is not uncommon for the profiler to display “false” errors due to the internal resolution of the deferred name.

    http://blogs.sqlserver.org.au/blogs/greg_linwood/archive/2004/12/16/40.aspx

    Gail Shaw
    Microsoft Certified Master: SQL Server, MVP, M. Sc (Comp Sci)
    SQL In The Wild: Database Performance Discussions with Recoverable Redirects

    We go to dark places, where no one else will enterWe are standing on a bridge and no one can pass

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    Solution 1:

    sql server error 208 severity 16

    Edit -> IntelliSense -> Refresh Local Cache

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    Solution 4:

    • When we are trying to find a database, we usually use the SQL Server Management Studio route. When we try to access an object using a valid T-SQL command, we often see the following error.
    • This should update the cached Intellisense data to support keystrokes and error detection before launch.
    • This error mainly occurs due to a database context mismatch. When we open SSMS, we usually don’t notice that our default database context is set to master in most cases. We just need to change the database context to the database we are inThe whole current object and everything will work.
    • Click the Query menu
    • Then click Change Database.
    • Select the appropriate database name.
    • Activate and deactivate Intellisens, right-click SQL Editor and select Intellisense Activated. Right-click “Intellisense on” again to enable it again.