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what is the meaning of the value of this found in Log file viewer?

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can you re phrase your question?
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by:anushahanna
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the code value in the column (see attached)- what is the significance of it. there was no error in those steps.
msg.bmp
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Select * from sys.Messages

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SELECT * FROM sys.messages
where language_id = 1033 and message_id IN (5060,3014)
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Thanks experts.
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