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How do I create a new role in my database with my first name which is Denise, and add read only access on the HR user's EMPLOYEES table to this role.

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    What DBMS are you working with (SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle)? It differes just a bit depending on which DBMS you are referring to. Are you looking for T-SQL code or do it through a GUI or management tools? – user507 Jul 23 '11 at 3:08
  • Wouldn't the t-sql tag indicate the DBMS? – Quick Joe Smith Jul 23 '11 at 4:56
  • Well the OP tagged it with clustered-index, which has really nothing to do with the question. I would assume SQL Server is the DBMS but other DBMS questions show up on this site so I just put t-sql for now. – user507 Jul 23 '11 at 5:44
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Using Adventureworks database as a reference, following shows sudo code

USE [AdventureWorks] 
GO  
CREATE ROLE [Denise] 
GO 
USE [AdventureWorks]  
GO  
GRANT SELECT ON [HumanResources].[Employee] TO [Denise]
GO
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From the documentation on MSDN for Create Role and Grant select

create role denise identified by appropriateVariable;

grant select on HR.employees to denise;
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    I'm torn here. I want to welcome another dba to the fold, but this answer is ... less than helpful. I've rewritten it a bit to show you no hard feelings. Welcome to the site, but can we try and put a tad more effort into the posts? :) – jcolebrand Jul 23 '11 at 3:50
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    This syntax isn't SQL Server... – gbn Oct 8 '11 at 9:22

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