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Hi all,

how to give the permissions to user for view definition of Object in sql server 2008 r2


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GRANT VIEW DEFINITION


Check this link:[url=http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms175808.aspx][/url]

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I am not able to restrict user.

He still able to see all the data.
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Is he a member of db_datareader? A member of db_owner? a member of sysadmin?

Granting view definition doesn't remove permissions, it adds permissions

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If you want to restrict user can see only definition of the objects then remove all rights exclude public then give VIEW DEFINITION

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