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Proc to script a user role and object permissions

By Neil Jacobson,

I wanted to be able to prepare a script of User Roles and permissions for objects in a database so I can be prepared for backup and disaster recovery scenarios. I also wanted to be able to audit the permissions for each role.

I wrote this stored procedure to do this.  The usage is:

Use Northwind
go
DECLARE @RC int
DECLARE @RoleName varchar(85)
Select @RoleName = 'exec_proc'
EXEC @RC = dbo.sp_ScriptRole @RoleName
Select @RC

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