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ListPermissions Method

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 ListPermissions method returns a SQLObjectList object that enumerates object access privilege for Microsoft SQL Server database roles and users.


object
.ListPermissions( [ Privilege ] )as SQLObjectList

object

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

Privilege

Optional. Constrains the list to members that enumerates object access permissions as described in Settings.

HRESULT ListPermissions(
LPSQLDMOPERMISSIONLIST* ppList,
SQLDMO_PRIVILEGE_TYPE lPrivilegeTypes);

When setting the Privilege argument to override default behavior, indicate more than a single permission by combining values using an OR logical operator. Set Privilege by using these SQLDMO_PRIVILEGE_TYPE values.

Constant Value Description

SQLDMOPriv_AllObjectPrivs

63

Default for DBObject, Table, and View objects. All applicable object privilege.

SQLDMOPriv_Delete

8

List object enumerates accounts granted permission to execute a DELETE statement against the referenced table or view.

SQLDMOPriv_Execute

16

Default for the StoredProcedure object. List object enumerates accounts granted EXECUTE permission on the referenced stored procedure.

SQLDMOPriv_Insert

2

List object enumerates accounts granted permission to execute an INSERT statement against the referenced table or view.

SQLDMOPriv_References

32

List object enumerates accounts that can use the referenced table in declarative referential integrity constraints.

SQLDMOPriv_Select

1

List object enumerates accounts granted permission to execute a SELECT statement against the referenced table or view.

SQLDMOPriv_Update

4

List object enumerates accounts granted permission to execute an UPDATE statement against the referenced table or view.

A SQLObjectList object that contains 0 or more Permission objects.

The ListPermissions method enumerates object access permissions granted explicitly. When using ListPermissions with the Table object the default value of the Privilege parameter is SQLDMOPriv_Execute. For all other objects, the default value of the Privilege parameter is SQLDMOPriv_AllObjectPrivs.

SQL Server server and database roles assign privilege by granting statement execution permissions implicitly. Implicit grants are not enumerated by the ListPermissions method.

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