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Grant Method (Database)

This feature will be removed in a future version of Microsoft SQL Server. Avoid using this feature in new development work, and plan to modify applications that currently use this feature.

The Grant method assigns a database permission or a list of permissions to one or more Microsoft SQL Server users or roles.


object
.Grant(
Privilege
,
GranteeNames
)

object

Expression that evaluates to an object in the Applies To list.

Privilege

Long integer that specifies one or more database permissions as described in Settings.

GranteeNames

SQL Distributed Management Objects (SQL-DMO) multistring listing users or roles.

HRESULT Grant(
SQLDMO_PRIVILEGE_TYPE iPrivileges,
SQLDMO_LPCSTR GranteeNames);

Set Privilege using these SQLDMO_PRIVILEGE_TYPE values.

Constant Value Description

SQLDMOPriv_/AllDatabasePrivs

130944

Grant all database permissions to the users or roles listed.

SQLDMOPriv_CreateDatabase

256

Grant the execute permission for the CREATE DATABASE statement.

SQLDMOPriv_CreateDefault

4096

Grant the execute permission for the CREATE DEFAULT statement.

SQLDMOPriv_CreateFunction

65366

Can create and own UserDefinedFunction objects.

SQLDMOPriv_CreateProcedure

1024

Can create and own StoredProcedure objects.

SQLDMOPriv_CreateRule

16384

Grant the execute permission for the CREATE RULE statement.

SQLDMOPriv_CreateTable

128

Grant the execute permission for the CREATE TABLE statement.

SQLDMOPriv_CreateView

512

Grant the execute permission for the CREATE VIEW statement.

SQLDMOPriv_DumpDatabase

2048

Grant permission to back up database.

SQLDMOPriv_DumpTable

32768

Maintained for compatibility with previous versions of SQL-DMO.

SQLDMOPriv_/DumpTransaction

8192

Grant permission to back up the database transaction log.

Granting permissions to database users and roles using the Grant method of the Database object requires appropriate permissions. The Microsoft SQL Server login used for SQLServer object connection must be a member of the system-defined role sysadmin.

For more information about setting multistring parameters, see Using SQL-DMO Multistrings.

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