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MSDN lists the GRANT and REVOKE statments under DDL in their reference document for Microsoft Access SQL.

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb177904.aspx
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I've never heard of DCL or TCL, but I know what GRANT isn't (regardless of what Microsoft saysCool, so I took a guess at what DCL stood for and ended up being right (lucky).

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I believe by stating privileges you are further defining the definition of the data by being more specific about who or what can access that data. It is DDL!
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The only place I can see this mattering is whether or not it will fire off a DDL trigger. Is there any other significance to which part of the language a specific command is? (I got the answer right, but at least partially by guesswork. BOL defines "DCL" as "See Other Term: Data Control Language", and then doesn't have an entry for "Data Control Language". It doesn't seem to have "TCL".)

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It is DDL!

I'll see your exclamation point and raise you 2.w00t
'S NOT!!!

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The Answer is correct, Grant is a DCL Statement:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQL#Data_control


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The Answer is correct, Grant is a DCL Statement:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQL#Data_control



It is not wise just to trust these sites - they are writting by other people like you and me which could also be wrong :-) - I mean: it is not right just because people say so....

I would have liked if the acronyms had the full description so I didn't have to guess what it stands for - then I could google and make up my mind about what I thought was the right answer Ermm
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No Qod should EVER be posted whose source is Wikapedia. If it can't be found in BOL or MSDN, it should't be a QoD. But Wikapedia? Please...
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