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Posted on 2001-09-07
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We have to generate a report of who has what access to what tables in a database that contains confidential information.  I have go it to the point of seeing what roles can see what obects by using sysobjects, sysusers and syspermissions.  Now can I get it to show what access each of the roles have to the tables.   I see the binary columns (seladd,selmod) in the syspermission tables but I can not select them because they just return null.   Is there some way that I can get what I need out of SQL server?
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Have you tried sp_helprotect store procedure. It gives necessary output for the whole database if you do not pass any "objectname" or "username".

If you want to find out how to convert the binary values from seladd, selmod column, look at the code in sp_helprotect procedure code. It uses a table called "spt_values" in master to convert them.

Hope this helps.

Mathav
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