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i have 100 + of tables want to provide select permissions to all the tables which starts with A in a database with dbo is schema , how can i provide ?
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ramyours2003 (3/6/2014)
i have 100 + of tables want to provide select permissions to all the tables which starts with A in a database with dbo is schema , how can i provide ?


Write a query using INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES and create the Dynamic SQL string and copy and paste into another window.

It would take me 30 seconds to write it myself.

Putting the output into a variable and using sp_executesql would automate it.
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ramyours2003 (3/6/2014)
i have 100 + of tables want to provide select permissions to all the tables which starts with A in a database with dbo is schema , how can i provide ?

Overkill would to provide SELECT on the dbo schema or assign db_datareader permission.

You could write a query to pick up all table names and generate the grant statement.

However, why not just create a database role with grant on all existing required tables and when the user adds a new table, add it to the role.

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