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Droping the user SQL Server 2000


Droping the user SQL Server 2000

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Hi

If i dropthe user from Sql Server , will i able to open , execute,edit , save as the Stored Procedures, Packages , views created by that user....
if not , what i have to do.
pls help ....

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Are there any objects named MyUser.ObjectName, where MyUser is the user you want to delete? If so, consider using sp_changeobjectowner.

John
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thanks for your reply...
what would happen if i delete the user without changing the Owner of the objects ....


As DB adminstrator, can i execute,open , edit, save as the stored procedures,DTS packages,views even after droping the user without changing the owner....


Thanks ....

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You may find that you can't drop a user if it already owns objects. But there's a good way of finding out - try it, preferably on a test server.

John
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