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Multiple Grant Statements in SP

Posted on 1998-07-07
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When I attempt to create a stored procedure that contains more than one GRANT statement , it appears to execute
OK but the actual stored procedure shows only the first GRANT statement. How can I create a stored procedure
that lets me issue  multiple GRANT statements?
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spiridonov earned 50 total points
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Separate each GRANT statement with 'go' keyword
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by:vd
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I did separate the GRANT statements with the GO keyword! (Which was not working)
It works if you omit all the GO keywords expect the last one.
Since your response was quick and your comment basically got me
thinking about the significance of GO, you can have the points anyway!


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