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Add owned schemas to query resultset per user

Posted on 2014-07-29
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Hi Everybody,

I have a script that I use to discover logins and permissions per DBs - I would like to add for each user what their owned schema or default schema is - I do not know how to do this.  Below is the script; if anybody knows what i need to add to add this info - thank you very much!

SCRIPT TO LIST ALL SQL SERVER LOGINS, SERVER ROLES AND DATABASE ROLES

-- LOGINS,USERS,ROLES (LUR) SCRIPT

SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO
SET ANSI_PADDING ON
GO

-- CREATING A TEMP TABLE TO LOAD WITH DATABASE ROLES

CREATE TABLE [TEMPDB].[DBO].[DB_ROLES](
[DBNAME] [SYSNAME] ,
[USERNAME] [SYSNAME] ,
[DB_OWNER] [VARCHAR](3) ,
[DB_ACCESSADMIN] [VARCHAR](3) ,
[DB_SECURITYADMIN] [VARCHAR](3) ,
[DB_DDLADMIN] [VARCHAR](3) ,
[DB_DATAREADER] [VARCHAR](3) ,
[DB_DATAWRITER] [VARCHAR](3) ,
[DB_DENYDATAREADER] [VARCHAR](3) ,
[DB_DENYDATAWRITER] [VARCHAR](3) ,
[DT_CREATE] [DATETIME] NOT NULL,
[DT_UPDATE] [DATETIME] NOT NULL,
[DT_REPORT] [DATETIME] NOT NULL CONSTRAINT [DF__DBROLES__CUR_DAT__3A179ED3] DEFAULT (GETDATE())
) ON [PRIMARY]

GO

INSERT INTO [TEMPDB].[DBO].[DB_ROLES]
EXEC SP_MSFOREACHDB
' SELECT
''?'' AS DBNAME,
USERNAME,
MAX(CASE ROLENAME WHEN ''DB_OWNER'' THEN ''YES'' ELSE ''NO'' END) AS DB_OWNER,
MAX(CASE ROLENAME WHEN ''DB_ACCESSADMIN '' THEN ''YES'' ELSE ''NO'' END) AS DB_ACCESSADMIN ,
MAX(CASE ROLENAME WHEN ''DB_SECURITYADMIN'' THEN ''YES'' ELSE ''NO'' END) AS DB_SECURITYADMIN,
MAX(CASE ROLENAME WHEN ''DB_DDLADMIN'' THEN ''YES'' ELSE ''NO'' END) AS DB_DDLADMIN,
MAX(CASE ROLENAME WHEN ''DB_DATAREADER'' THEN ''YES'' ELSE ''NO'' END) AS DB_DATAREADER,
MAX(CASE ROLENAME WHEN ''DB_DATAWRITER'' THEN ''YES'' ELSE ''NO'' END) AS DB_DATAWRITER,
MAX(CASE ROLENAME WHEN ''DB_DENYDATAREADER'' THEN ''YES'' ELSE ''NO'' END) AS DB_DENYDATAREADER,
MAX(CASE ROLENAME WHEN ''DB_DENYDATAWRITER'' THEN ''YES'' ELSE ''NO'' END) AS DB_DENYDATAWRITER,
CREATEDATE,
UPDATEDATE,
GETDATE()
FROM (
SELECT B.NAME AS USERNAME, C.NAME AS ROLENAME, B.CREATEDATE, B.UPDATEDATE
FROM
[?].DBO.SYSMEMBERS A JOIN [?].DBO.SYSUSERS B ON A.MEMBERUID = B.UID
JOIN [?].DBO.SYSUSERS C ON A.GROUPUID = C.UID
)S
GROUP BY USERNAME, CREATEDATE, UPDATEDATE
ORDER BY USERNAME'
-- RETRIVE LOGINS, USERS AND ROLES TOGETHER

SELECT SERVERPROPERTY('SERVERNAME') AS [SERVERNAME],
B.NAME AS [LOGINNAME],
CASE B.SYSADMIN WHEN '1' THEN 'YES' ELSE 'NO' END AS SYSADMIN,
CASE B.SECURITYADMIN WHEN '1' THEN 'YES' ELSE 'NO' END AS SECURITYADMIN,
CASE B.SETUPADMIN WHEN '1' THEN 'YES' ELSE 'NO' END AS SETUPADMIN,
CASE B.PROCESSADMIN WHEN '1' THEN 'YES' ELSE 'NO' END AS PROCESSADMIN,
CASE B.DISKADMIN WHEN '1' THEN 'YES' ELSE 'NO' END AS DISKADMIN,
CASE B.DBCREATOR WHEN '1' THEN 'YES' ELSE 'NO' END AS DBCREATOR,
CASE B.BULKADMIN WHEN '1' THEN 'YES' ELSE 'NO' END AS BULKADMIN,
B.DBNAME AS [DEFAULT_DBNAME],
A.* INTO #LOGINS FROM [TEMPDB].[DBO].[DB_ROLES] A RIGHT JOIN MASTER..SYSLOGINS B ON A.USERNAME=B.NAME

--WHERE B.ISNTUSER=1 --INCLUDE TO EXCLUDE THE SQL LOGINS

SELECT * FROM #LOGINS ORDER BY [LOGINNAME]

DROP TABLE [TEMPDB].[DBO].[DB_ROLES]
DROP TABLE #LOGINS

--------------SCRIPT END--------------------
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use the sys.sysusers view per database.  uid = 1 is the db owner.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms179871.aspx
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by:Mosquitoe
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Hi - I do not know how to add it into the script.  I need to see if the owned schema is the users login name, dbo, or another ùnique schema like `wpf``  .. Apologies, I am hoping someone can give me an example of how to include that into the script above.  I looked at the link above and tried to include it - but I just get errors.
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