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sys.database_principals in SQL 2000

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is there a equivalent of the above in SQL 2000?

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sysusers
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no, there is no such equivalent.
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sure there is...sysusers.
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if so, is principal_id equivalent to uid?
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yup
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what about owning_principal_id?
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doesn't appear to be a 1:1 matchup.
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if that view is indeed "sysusers", then in 2000 you would need to presume the "dbo" as "owner" ... ? right?
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Im not sure what you're asking...

general information provided between the 2 is the same.  2005+ adds some additional information that was not present in 2000, but same view.
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Thanks for clarifying.
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