gtin c# Figure 16-13 The Database User Securables page. in C#

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7. From this page, select a securable from the list and check the explicit permissions from the boxes below. 8. Select the desired permissions and then click OK.
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Note On each permission, you have the option of Grant, which gives you that permission, With Grant, which gives you permissions to grant this permission to others, and Deny, which denies this permission on the object.
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Using SQL to Assign Object Permissions
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To use SQL to assign object permissions to a user, you run the GRANT statement. The GRANT statement has the following syntax:
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GRANT { ALL [ PRIVILEGES ] } | permission [ ( column [ ,...n ] ) ] [ ,...n ] [ ON [ class :: ] securable ] TO principal [ ,...n ] [ WITH GRANT OPTION ] [ AS principal ]
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The parameters are as follow:
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ALL means to assign a number of permissions depending on whether the securable is a database, a table, a view, a stored procedure, and so on as described here. See SQL Server Books Online for more details.
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If the securable is a database, "ALL" means BACKUP DATABASE, BACKUP LOG, CREATE DATABASE, CREATE DEFAULT, CREATE FUNCTION, CREATE PROCEDURE, CREATE RULE, CREATE TABLE, and CREATE VIEW. If the securable is a scalar function, "ALL" means EXECUTE and REFERENCES. If the securable is a table-valued function, "ALL" means DELETE, INSERT, REFERENCES, SELECT, and UPDATE. If the securable is a stored procedure, "ALL" means EXECUTE. If the securable is a table, "ALL" means DELETE, INSERT, REFERENCES, SELECT, and UPDATE. If the securable is a view, "ALL" means DELETE, INSERT, REFERENCES, SELECT, and UPDATE.
PRIVILEGES is provided for SQL-92 compliance. The keywords ALL and ALL PRIVILEGES are synonymous. permission is the name of the permission. column is the name of the column in a table to which to apply the permission.
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class specifies the class of the securable. TO principal specifies to which principal to grant the permission. WITH GRANT OPTION gives the principal the right to grant this permission to others. AS principal specifies the principal from which the grantor derives its rights. Note
Using the GRANT OPTION keyword allows the user or users specified in the statement to grant the specified permission to other users. This can be useful when you grant permissions to other DBAs. However, the GRANT option should be used with care.
The AS principal option specifies whose authority the GRANT statement is run under. To run the GRANT statement, a user or role must have been specifically granted authority to do so. Here is an example of how to use the GRANT statement:
GRANT SELECT ON [dbo].[Person] TO [SQLUser] WITH GRANT OPTION ; GRANT INSERT ON [dbo].[Person] TO [SQLUser]; GRANT UPDATE ON [dbo].[Person] TO [SQLUser]; GRANT DELETE ON [dbo].[Person] TO [SQLUser];
The AS myuser option is used because the myuser user has permissions to grant permissions on the test1 table. The WITH GRANT OPTION keyword allows the edw user to grant these permissions to other users.
Using SQL to Revoke Object Permissions
You can use the SQL REVOKE statement to revoke a user s object permissions. This is useful when a user s role has changed and you want to take away permissions that you have previously granted. The syntax of the REVOKE statement is shown here:
REVOKE [ GRANT OPTION FOR ] { [ ALL [ PRIVILEGES ] ] | permission [ ( column [ ,...n ] ) ] [ ,...n ] }
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[ ON [ class :: ] securable ] { TO | FROM } principal [ ,...n ] [ CASCADE] [ AS principal ]
The parameters to REVOKE are similar to GRANT. An example of REVOKE is shown here:
REVOKE DELETE ON [dbo].[Person] TO [SQLUser] CASCADE;
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