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Posted on 2009-07-13
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Hi:

I am running the following sql query:

update dbo.tblClientid SET dbo.tblClientid.ISLOGICALLYDELETED = 1
FROM dbo.tblClientid
    INNER JOIN Auxiliary.di.TMP_CLIENTIDKEYS
    ON (Auxiliary.di.TMP_CLIENTIDKEYS.ClientIdKey = dbo.tblClientid.ClientIdKey);

I am getting the following error::
The UPDATE permission was denied on the column 'ClientIDKey' of the object 'tblClientId',
database 'ProdReporting',
schema 'dbo'


I have permissions to update the column ISLOGICALLYDELETED. I can't undersatnd why I am getting this error 'ClientIDKey'  when I am not updating the column.
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Question by:raGadiraju
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by:QPR
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any update triggers on the table you are trying to update?
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by:raGadiraju
ID: 24843894
NO. Its a plain update statement.
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by:QPR
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plain update statement?
Regardless of how plain or fancy an update statement is an update trigger on a table will still fire unless disabled.
Try scripting out the table structure and looking at it, any constraints, defaults, triggers?
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by:wilje
ID: 24846000
Try removing the table reference from the column specification:
UPDATE dbo.tblClientid SET ISLOGICALLYDELETED = 1 ...
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by:raGadiraju
ID: 24855719
Guys I figured out what the issue was. This update was not a trigger nor it was due the table reference. The update was part of a stored proc and I was calling the db using linked server. It so happened that I was a readonly user on the other server.

 I sincerely appreciate your help in this regard.
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Guys I figured out what the issue was. This update was not a trigger nor it was due the table reference. The update was part of a stored proc and I was calling the db using linked server. It so happened that I was a readonly user on the other server.

 I sincerely appreciate your help in this regard.
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