Re: script object-level permissions
Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2003 04:13:15 -0700
I'm sure that there isn't anything about permissions in my
object script. The strange thing is that it works for some
other databases in the same SQL Server instance.
>It has always worked fine for me. They may not be
physically next to the
>associated object in the script. Make sure you look
through the entire
>Andrew J. Kelly
>SQL Server MVP
>"cengiz" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> I've a database on SQL Server 2000, when I want to
>> generate scripts of my objects, even if I choose "script
>> object level permissions" , Sql Server does not script
>> permissions that I've on my object.
>> thanks in advance
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