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Need to create a user in sql 2005.

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Need to create a user in sql 2005 to run the dashCommerce script.
It wants create table previleges and so forth. What kind of user should I create and what
properties should I give him. So the script can run well.
This step will install the necessary database objects and the base data needed to run dashCommerce. This includes the ASP.NET Membership database objects.
Thanks,
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If you only need if for the installation process, make it a member of the sysadmin server role ... TEMPORARILY !!! As soon as the installation is done, remove the membership or disable the account.

NEVER GIVE A PERMANENT ACCOUNT MEMBERSHIP OF THE SA SERVER ROLE ...

Hope this helps ...
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How do I do this?
Do a grant all?

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In the SQL server 2005 go to --> Security --> Logins . Right Click and select NewLogin..
In the General Tab, provide the Login name and password.
In the Server Roles select the sysadmin role
In the UserMappings select the databse for which the user need access.

Click ok. The new user is created and have the admin privilege. Once the purpose is over, remove the user form the admin gorup or delete the user.
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>>In the UserMappings select the databse for which the user need access.
That won't be necessary as the sysadmin group has access to all databases as a database owner by default.

Hope this helps ...
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by:mathieu_cupryk
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Hi angel and yveau

Solution 1.
In the SQL server 2005 go to --> Security --> Logins . Right Click and select NewLogin..
In the General Tab, provide the Login name and password.
In the Server Roles select the sysadmin role
In the UserMappings select the databse for which the user need access.

Click ok. The new user is created and have the admin privilege. Once the purpose is over, remove the user form the admin gorup or delete the user.
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>>In the UserMappings select the databse for which the user need access.
That won't be necessary as the sysadmin group has access to all databases as a database owner by default.

Hope this helps ...
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I would like to know what solution deserves the points. Or should it be 50% and why.
I appreciate it.
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just divide the points as you feel fair.
we're just happy to help you out in the big SQL jungle.
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