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How does the user access to all the databases from Master Database they have permissions to in Sql server Management Studio?
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Question by:catchup99
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by:pramodsk40
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you can have the user as sysadmin role which will have access to all databases. Or you want access other databases from Master db ?
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by:catchup99
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I think im not clear with my question. I need a c# code to show all tables that i have permission to in Sql server Management studio
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by:25112
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this is the SQL query that will tell you that.. can you plug this into C#
select name,
CanSelectAll = case when Permissions(id)&1 = 1 then 'Yes' else 'No' END ,
CanSelectAny = case when Permissions(id)&4096 = 4096 then 'Yes' else 'No' END ,
CanUpdateAll = case when Permissions(id)&2 = 2 then 'Yes' else 'No' END ,
CanUpdateAny = case when Permissions(id)&8192 = 8192 then 'Yes' else 'No' END ,
CanInsert = case when Permissions(id)&8 = 8 then 'Yes' else 'No' END ,
CanDelete = case when Permissions(id)&16 = 16 then 'Yes' else 'No' END , 
CanExecute = case when Permissions(id)&32 = 32 then 'Yes' else 'No' END
from sysobjects where type = 'U';

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by:catchup99
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The above query doesn't give which user has permissions to table. Please help me with that.
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the above query will tell you what permission you have.. if you want to see for another, try this syntax..  (put/replace your userid in the first line)
execute as user = 'testIDNet';
select name,
CanSelectAll = case when Permissions(id)&1 = 1 then 'Yes' else 'No' END ,
CanSelectAny = case when Permissions(id)&4096 = 4096 then 'Yes' else 'No' END ,
CanUpdateAll = case when Permissions(id)&2 = 2 then 'Yes' else 'No' END ,
CanUpdateAny = case when Permissions(id)&8192 = 8192 then 'Yes' else 'No' END ,
CanInsert = case when Permissions(id)&8 = 8 then 'Yes' else 'No' END ,
CanDelete = case when Permissions(id)&16 = 16 then 'Yes' else 'No' END , 
CanExecute = case when Permissions(id)&32 = 32 then 'Yes' else 'No' END
from sysobjects where type = 'P';
revert;

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by:25112
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if you want to see it for all users.. then filter it as needed..
CREATE TABLE #permissions (ObjectOwner sysname, ObjectName sysname, Grantee sysname, Grantor sysname, protecttype sysname, Privilege sysname, [column] varchar(1000))
DECLARE @DBName sysname
SET @DBName = db_name()	
INSERT #permissions EXEC ('EXEC ' + @DBName + '.dbo.sp_helprotect')

SELECT Grantee , UPPER(ProtectType) ,UPPER(Privilege) ,ObjectName
FROM #permissions, sysobjects WHERE objectname = name 

DROP TABLE #permissions

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by:catchup99
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Thanks for your response...Now i need to write an application in c# so that when the user login with their ID should display tables from sql that has access to and when clicked on particular table data should be displayed.
Any ideas?
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by:25112
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catchup99, glad it worked for you.

This is the SQL Server Zone.. I would recommend posting the C# question in that zone for better responses. Since this is SQL zone, you are going to get help with SQL code not C# (as much)
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by:catchup99
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Thanks again for your help..
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by:Moussa Mokhtari
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