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I am trying to run a stored procedure which may create temporary tables. When I try to run it it gives the following error message:
Executed as user: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM. Invalid object name '9b9e4463b6344b849407fc65a21b5d47PolicyResults1'. [SQLSTATE 42S02] (Error 208).  NOTE: The step was retried the requested number of times (1) without succeeding.  The step failed.
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Please check the db owner access on the database where you are creating temporary table ie. may be tempdb and provide access create, alter etc rights.
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That account needs the permission. Give this NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM read write permission on your user database.
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