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grantee_principal_id in SQL 2000

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is the info about grantee_principal_id stored in any system views in SQL 2000?

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the equivalent to sys.database_permissions and sys.server_permissions views in SQL 2000 is the syspermissions table. And the column is "grantee"
The following link will help you to map SQL 2005 views to SQL 2000 tables.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187997.aspx 
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it is going to be a handy and helpful reference. Thanks ralmada.
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