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is there a microsoft website that correlates the error numbers and their corresponding KB and resolutions?

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you can look up the error messages with a sql statement:

Select * from master..sysmessages
 
BOL has a decent list that will give resolutions as well. That's usually the first place I go.
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Thanks experts.
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