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Creating A View Is Denied

Posted on 2006-07-18
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Hello, Can someone help me understand how to resolve the below error message that I got while trying to Creating A View?  

Server: Msg 262, Level 14, State 1, Procedure vw_AllActiveStaff, Line 8
CREATE VIEW permission denied, database 'PROD', owner 'dbo'.

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Mahonek
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From books online:



CREATE VIEW permission defaults to the members of the db_owner and db_ddladmin fixed database roles


If you aren't in one of those roles:

To create a view, the user must have CREATE VIEW permission along with SELECT permission on the tables, views, and table-valued functions being referenced in the view......


So whatever user you are logging in is no a member of db_owner or db_ddladmin, and does not have CREATE VIEW permission.

So go into Enterprise Manager and check your users role membership and rights.

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