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I have set up a user on a server that we will be using for GP 2010.  I thought I had set him up correctly but he is not able to view the queries and a specifi row on the screen.  The row is circled in the attachment.
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The row on the attachment indicates a database selection, suggesting the user is not mapped to access it.

If you go to Security > Logins and right click on the user and choose Properties, on the left hand pane of the Login Properties window, click on User Mapping and check the database currently not available.
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Ahh...I had them set up correctly.  I thought I would see all of the SQL queries I had written but they are unique to each user.  Once I wrote 1 SQL statement, they could see the row and the database...
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