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Change Object Ownership


Change Object Ownership

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SQL Server 2005 newbie.

User created objects which, instead of dbo, are associated with his account. How can we change this?

Many thanks!
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Yeah, after I asked the question on behalf of the developer, he figured it out himself. Wink
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You might change the schema that owns the object as


ALTER SCHEMA schema_name TRANSFER object_name


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And if you have lots of them to change:

SELECT 'ALTER SCHEMA NewSchema TRANSFER ' + '['+TABLE_SCHEMA+']' + '.' + TABLE_NAME
FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES WHERE TABLE_SCHEMA = 'OldSchema'
order by TABLE_NAME



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