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Execute permission denied on object Run Time Error.

Posted on 2014-03-05
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Has anyone encountered this error...

Run-Time Error ‘-2147217911 (80040e09)’
‘Execute permission denied on Object ‘ITS_CheckBatchNumber’, database ‘RPR_Dev’, owner ‘dbo’.

I am running vb6 code that interacts with SQL Server 2008 R2.

Any information on what I should check would be very helpful.
Thanks in advance
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Question by:tesla764
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GRANT EXECUTE ON [storedProcName] TO [userName] where storedProcName is the name of your stored proc and userName is the user you want to give rights to
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by:ravikantninave
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Use Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to connect to the SQL Server

Go to database and open its properties. Then go to the Permissions section, select the user account from step 1 and grant Execute permission to it:
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by:tesla764
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I tried your second suggestion and I don't see any options to grant execute privileges. I only see create and backup options. Should I see execute options?
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by:tesla764
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I also tried...
GRANT EXECUTE ON ITS_CheckBatchNumber TO 'Mac-Direct\sritsick'

and I got a syntax error. What I am I doing wrong?
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by:tesla764
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Got the syntax error worked out. This still doesn't fix the problem. Do you think the Admin with full privileges is the only account that can do this?
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by:tesla764
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I got this fixed. The Grant command worked. What I was doing wrong was granting to the wrong user name.
Thanks, you were a great help. I will close this now and assigned full points to you.
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by:tesla764
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Thanks, Fantastic help!!
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