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Insufficient SQL rights for operation

Posted on 2006-06-15
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I have a c++ program that is giving me the following message:

Insert permission denied on object 'ABCTable', database 'ABCdatabase', owner 'dbo'

Where should I be looking to correct?


SQL2000
WIN2003 Server

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Make sure that the user you're logging in as has insert privledges on the table you're inserting to?
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Just because you have a login to the server does not mean you have access to the objects.  You must be granted access.
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