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How do I revoke access to all objects of a database except for a specific view?

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How would I revoke access to all objects in a database with the exception of select permissions to a view within that database The name of the View is MYVIEW and the user account is MYACCOUNT?
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Question by:Steve Samson
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HainKurt earned 500 total points
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you need two statements

revoke all from userid;
grant select on viewname to userid;
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by:Steve Samson
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Exactly I thought there was more to it.
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