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How to script object level permission in SQL 2005?


How to script object level permission in SQL 2005?

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lduvall
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I tried using Greg's script and it works perfectly for my needs on my production server, but when I attempt to run it on my test server, I'm getting a strange error. Both servers are running SQL Server 2005 sp2

Does anyone have any idea what might be causing this?

An error occurred while executing batch. Error message is: The directory name is invalid.
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Can you provide the script or link to it that you are using?

Are all the directories you have referenced in the script valid?

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This is the script. The username exists and has permissions. I can run this script on my local install of SSMS remotely connected to the test server. I can run the script on my production server. I just can't run it in SSMS on the test server itself. I'm not really referencing any directories. That's why this error message is so confusing.

declare @username as varchar(50)
set @username = 'cashnet'

select O.name, permission_name from sys.database_permissions
join sys.sysusers U on grantee_principal_id = uid
join sys.sysobjects O on major_id = id
where U.name = @username
order by O.name
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