Setting SQL Permissions - please respond to this simple question!!
Date: 2 Nov 2005 18:40:44 -0800
pardon for this question but i wish to clarify how to set user
permissions on tables on SQL Server 2000.
for table MyTable, i have:
* user A who needs read only access and,
* user B who needs read/write access.
via the GUI, i have:
* made both users A & B part of the public role - this seems
* have granted read/write permission to public
* have specifically revoked insert/update/delete for user A
can someone confirm that i have done this correctly? if not, what is
the correct way?
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