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show grants on table/view for a given user

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How to I show what grants have been given to a particular user for a particular table, procedure or view?
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2000 or 2005?
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select objectname = object_name(major_id), * from sys.database_permissions d
join sys.database_principals ee on d.grantee_principal_id = ee.principal_id
join sys.database_principals oo on d.grantor_principal_id = oo.principal_id
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Thanks! That gave me what I needed.
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