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syspermissions.id is negative

Posted on 2010-09-02
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when the value for syspermissions.id is something like -489, how do you interpret it, there are also other values like 0 and positive integers.

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Per BOL
>>The id column references the object ID for which the permissions are being granted or denied. For statement permissions, this column is set to zero.<<
Bottom line is just an object_ID.
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by:anushahanna
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Thanks ralmada-your answer gave me a clue
select object_name(id) from syspermissions where id<0
they are all system stuff...

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