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What role or permission should a SQL user have in order to run a script that has a single UPDATE command like below?

Posted on 2016-08-26
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Hello,

We are running SQL 2008 R2 on a Windows 2008 R2 server.

I would like to know what role or permission a user should have in order to run a script that contains a single UPDATE command like the one shown below:

UPDATE Table1
SET Column1 = ‘A’
WHERE Column2 = ‘XXXX’ AND Column1 = ‘B’

Attempting to run the query currently returns the following error:

The UPDATE  permission was denied on the object ‘Table1’, database ‘DB1’, schema ‘dbo’.

Thanks in advance,

Regards,
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Using SQL Server Management Studio, access your SQL Server database 'databaseName', and confirm that the user you're setting on service center for the database connection actually has the SELECT, UPDATE, INSERT and DELETE privileges over that database, or just only over the 'tableTest1' object.
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Thank you very much!!
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