Re: Read-only Stored procedure Display in SQL 2005



Hi All,

Glad to see the knowledge sharing here.

I agree with Kalen that cross queue post will cause other customers'
confusion. To get quick,effective assistance, please post issue in the most
accurate newsgroup.

Thanks for understanding.

Have a good day.

Best regards,

Vincent Xu
Microsoft Online Partner Support

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Subject: Re: Read-only Stored procedure Display in SQL 2005
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Sue Hoegemeier <Sue_H@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
news:gvc392t5g58hmvlc0k2fvufl6pp44fkimh@xxxxxxx:

GRANT VIEW DEFINITION

That helped. Thanks!


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