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HRESULT in OLE DB - what does it mean?

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Dear all!
How can I get the meaning of HRESULT codes in OLE DB?
F.e.
HRESULT hr = RS.SetData();... hr = 265946
HRESULT hr = RS.Update();... hr = -2147467262
HRESULT hr = RS.Insert();... hr = 0
hr = 0 -> DBSTATUS_S_OK - means that everything is OK! but the rest codes....

Is there any documentation with the list of these numbers and descriptions or PROGRAM which can translate this number into something understandible???

PS: I know that in MSDN there are descriptions for DBSTATUS_*_* but there are no numbers. but I don't want to spend my time for switch-case typing... So the answers look in MSDN are not acceptable.
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See winerror.h

-2147467262 (aka 0x80004002L) means


//
// MessageId: E_NOINTERFACE
//
// MessageText:
//
//  No such interface supported
//
#define E_NOINTERFACE                    _HRESULT_TYPEDEF_(0x80004002L)

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