4
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2answers
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Easily give role in one database access to tables in another database on the same server

I have a database server (Sql Server 2008 R2 Enterprise) supporting two separate but related vendor products, each with it's own database (call them X and Y) In database X I a have a lot of users ...
3
votes
1answer
1k views

Is there a difference between granting SELECT a user and adding them to the db_datareader role?

I was asked to grant SELECT, INSERT and UPDATE to a given user for all tables in a database. I ended up adding the user to db_datareader and granting them INSERT and UPDATE at the database level. ...
6
votes
2answers
3k views

Create database role to allow read access to all tables; write access to some

We have a database with over 1000 tables. I need to create a role that allows read only on all tables, as well as write access to two specific tables. I was messing around with database roles, but ...
2
votes
1answer
417 views

Oracle Packages, Procedures and Functions Not Respecting Roles

When you create a package, sproc or function in one schema (say, SCHEMA1) that accesses objects in another schema (SCHEMA2), even when SCHEMA1 has appropriate permissions to the respective SCHEMA2 ...
7
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1answer
398 views

Map Oracle roles to Active Directory groups?

Is there any built-in way to map Oracle database roles to Microsoft Active Directory groups?
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2answers
156 views

SQL 2005 Permission Precedence

Very simple question - I have two database roles (Basic, Admin). Say I explicitly deny the Basic role from deleting from table A and grant that to the Admin role. If I am a user who is in both ...