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That is really the purpose of a role in SQL Server. CREATE ROLE Test GRANT EXECUTE TO Test The role Test now has permission to execute any stored procedure or function on the current database (where the role is created). This is true in every version of SQL Server as far as I know (2000+ at least). Also yes if you backup your database and then restore ...
If you intend to run the SSIS jobs from the SQL Agent, then they will execute as the user the agent runs as. That's usually the same as the account the instance runs as, which has rights to everything.
SQL Server version of 'check which tables a user have access' (Database Specific) SELECT [UserName] = princ.[name], [PermissionState] = perm.[state_desc], [PermissionType] = perm.[permission_name], [ObjectType] = CASE perm.[class] WHEN 1 THEN obj.type_desc -- Schema-contained objects ...
I find another reason for the same error. I use homebrew to install mysql. The server could not be stopped by simply use the command: mysql.server stop The mysql process will automatically restart. The only way to stop that is using this command: brew services stop mysql Then, you could fix issue with root user.
To change permissions within the restored database the account which the automation is using will need to be a member of the securityadmin fixed server role. That'll give you rights to create a user within the database and give that user permissions within the database. Using sp_change_users_login requires that the login which is running it be a member of ...
You need to grant rights to use the function. GRANT EXECUTE ON Function to UserOrRole
First let's define ALL_OBJECTS and DBA_OBJECTS in oracle: ALL_OBJECTS describes all objects accessible to the current user. DBA_OBJECTS describes all objects in the database As result if you select everything they are different because there are multiple levels of DBA privileges on Oracle. For example if you have SysDBA privileges then you have much more ...
Since you have made sure that you have SQL Server installed on your machine all is left is to make sure that you follow the following steps to create a database. 1) Go to Server Explorer right click Data Connections and Select Create New Sql Server Database... 2) This will open a pop-up window enter your MachineName\SQLEXPRESS in Server Name section or ...
check groups this user is part of. In this scenario user should be part of some group which has been specifically denied access for dml operations. i have seen this many times.
It could be as simple as: GRANT SELECT ON SCHEMA::[sitename] TO [user]; If there are procedures and functions you will also need: GRANT EXECUTE ON SCHEMA::[sitename] TO [user]; The full list of permissions applicable at the schema level is listed in the documentation: GRANT Schema Permissions (Transact-SQL) You can also set the default schema for ...
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