Permissions on database objects can be granted on the Object Permissions tab of the Security Manager window. To call it, on the Fusion menu, point to Microsoft SQL Server, and select Security Manager.
To give a user some privileges on a database object, perform the following actions.
Open Security Manager.
Select a user account in the user account list in the left part of Security Manager, and then switch to the Object Permissions tab.
Select a database object to grant privileges on in the Objects tree. After selecting an object, you will see a list of available privileges.
Assign the privileges to a user (account) by checking them in the available privileges list.
Click the Save button on the Security Manager toolbar.
The grid below the Object Permissions tab of Security Manager contains the current privileges of the user (account). You can revoke a selected privilege by double-clicking it, clicking Revoke Selected Privilege on their shortcut menu, by pressing the CTRL+DELETE keys.
To revoke all assigned privileges, select Revoke All Privileges on their shortcut menu.
Available privileges for different database objects are listed at the table below:
|Databases||Select, Insert, Update, Delete, Alter, Alter Routine, Create, Create Routine, Create Temporary Tables, Create View, Drop, Event, Execute, Grant Option, Index, Lock Tables, References, Show View, Trigger|
|Tables||Select, Insert, Update, Delete, Create, Drop, Grant Option, References, Index, Alter, Create View, Show View, Trigger|
|Columns||Select, Insert, Update, References|
|Stored procedures and functions||Alter Routine, Execute, Grant Option|