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Capture CREATE, DROP, ALTER from the default SQL trace file

Tracks and stores changes to database objects by reading from the default SQL server trace file using ::fn_trace_gettable()  Read more...
By MyDoggieJessie 2015/02/02 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: trace files
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Stairway to SQL Server Security Level 5: Schemas and Security

In this stairway level you’ll learn how you can give principals access to groups of objects by assigning permissions on schemas instead of individual tables, code modules, and other objects. You’ll also learn about the benefits of user-schema separation and how it can increase object security, and how using default schemas for users and groups can simplify object access management and security.  Read more...
By Don Kiely 2014/12/03 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com
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SQL Monitor Custom Metric: Schema Modified

This metric creates an alert that will be raised when something is added to the schema, or the existing schema is modified.  Read more...
By Press Release 2014/08/05 | Source: Redgate | Category: sql monitor
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Divide and Conquer

Schemas may be largely irrelevant to small databases, where it is no trouble to assign permissions to individual objects, but they are vital for a hard working corporate database that is being actively developed and used by several applications, with thousands of objects that must be assigned the correct permission.  Read more...
By Phil Factor 2014/03/24 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: editorial
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Schema-Owned Tables and Generated DROP Scripts (SQL Spackle)

Not all SQL-generated scripts are created equal (or correctly) for alternative schema-owned objects.  Read more...
By Brandie Tarvin 2013/08/01 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: generate scripts
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Going From Many Schemas To One Schema

A Technique to deal with moving data from multiple schemas into one table  Read more...
By Timothy A Wiseman 2010/08/09 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: etl
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The Schema Debate

There was quite a bit of debate over the use of schemas recently on the Internet. Steve Jones talks about some of the reasons why you might want a schema, and a few reasons why you might not.  Read more...
By Steve Jones 2010/06/22 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: editorial
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Breaking ownership chaining within a schema in SQL Server

I have several objects, all in the same schema. Because of this, ownership chaining is working, as described in this previous tip. However, I don't want ownership chaining to be on, but I need the objects to remain in the same schema. How can I do this?  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2009/08/21 | Source: MSSQLTips.com | Category: security
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Granting limited permissions to create views in another schema in SQL Server - Part 2

In a previous tip, Granting limited permissions to create views in another schema in SQL Server, I showed how to use the CREATE VIEW permission and the ALTER SCHEMA permission to allow users to create new views using the same schema as the tables. However, I have found that the users can alter and drop tables in this schema which is beyond what I want them to do. A DENY CREATE TABLE does not work, so what can I do to prevent them from touching the tables in this way? In this tip I will show you how you can use a DDL trigger to prevent this unneeded access.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2009/08/17 | Source: MSSQLTips.com | Category: schemas
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SQL Server Best Practices - Implementation of Database Object Schemas

SQL Server 2005 implemented the concept of a database object schema. A schema is a distinct namespace to facilitate the separation, management, and ownership of database objects. It removed the tight coupling of database objects and owners to improve the security administration of database objects. Database object schemas offer functionality to control and help secure application objects within a database environment not available in previous versions of SQL Server.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2009/07/17 | Source: TechNet Blogs | Category: sql server 2008
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Object Grouping Best Practices: Using Schemas for Logical Separation

You've probably all noticed a change since SQL Server 2000 with respect to objects: formerly DB.ObjectOwner.Object ,  Read more...
By Hugo Shebbeare 2009/07/14 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: blogs
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Using the OBJECT_SCHEMA_NAME function to return the schema name

I tend to do a great deal of meta-data (or is it metadata) mining from the system compatibility views and system catalog views in order to build dynamic ad-hoc T/SQL code to use for various administrative processes.   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2009/06/22 | Source: MSSQLTips.com | Category: schemas
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Creating a recycle bin for SQL Server 2005\2008

Using a DDL trigger, two schemas and a stored procedure recycle bin functionality can be create in SQL Server.   Read more...
By Chris Goldsmith 2009/05/20 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: ddl triggers
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Using schema binding to improve SQL Server UDF performance

SCHEMA BINDING is commonly used with SQL Server objects like views and User Defined Functions (UDF). The main benefit of SCHEMA BINDING is to avoid any accidental drop or change of an object that is referenced by other objects. A User Defined Function (UDF) may or may not access any underlying database objects, but in this tip we show how using SCHEMA BINDING with a UDF can improve performance even if there are no underlying objects.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2009/03/09 | Source: MSSQLTips.com | Category: schemas
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