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How to change owner on a User Defined Data Type

Posted on 2003-11-24
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I thought sp_changeobjectowner would work since it worked on my Default objects, but it doesn't work on User Defined Data Types.  I'm using SQL Server 2000.

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User defined datatypes are not assciated with an owner. So that sp_changeobjectowner cannot be used.



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Apparent that's not true.  In Enterprise Manager they do show up with an Owner column displayed.  In any case, I did find this article that offers the solution, albeit not as simple a solution as I was hoping for:  http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;327123

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