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Dear All,

Clear Difference between Create User and Create Login .....

Is any one..

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A SQL Server login allows a user to connect to a server. A login is the base concept.

Database user is associated with a login to allow specific permissions on that database.



DB user without SQL Server login: not possible to create, a Database User MUST be
related to a SQL Server login.

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Login:


Create login with password =<>

Which will create a login for sql server so that user can use this credentials to connect the sql server.


User:

A user is DB user which will have permission to specific or more database permissions. We can map the databases for the perticular user in the properties of user.


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Agreeing to what others said, you create a login to grant access to the server as a whole and u create a User id to grant access to a database. As suggested in earlier posts, every user id must have an associated Login ID. Generally, user IDs and Logins have same name (however u can map a user id to a login which is not the same)

You see login after expanding server->security
You see users after expanding server->database->security



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