Posted - 12/19/2012 : 22:00:33
I granted all the rights on the database to the user (db_owner, public, db_datawriter, etc...) However, I didn't grant the "System Administrators" role. I also specifically granted the select on those tables (sysobjects and sysindexes) for the user and checked through ‘sp_helprotect sysobjects’ command whether there are no specific revokes for for that user.
However, the user is still getting the below error while trying to expand the "Tables" view in the Enterprise Manager.
ERROR 229: SELECT permission denied on object 'sysobjects', database 'My_test', owner 'dbo', SELECT permission denied on object 'sysindexes', database 'My_test', owner 'dbo'.
Also, the user claims that he can’t seem to do anything with the database, he can’t view any objects, and, when he goes to Query Analyzer, if he tries to run a SELECT query on a table (that he know that this table exists), he gets this error:
SELECT permission denied on object 'tblBillingTrans', database 'My_Test', owner 'dbo'.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!