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Why not using simple permissions?


Why not using simple permissions?

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Instead of the complicated trigger heck-meck, what about simple statements like

-- allow update of column Name (and only column Name) in table TableA to user X
GRANT UPDATE ON [dbo].[TableA] ([Name]) TO [X]


-- deny updating table TableA to a user Y:
DENY UPDATE ON [dbo].[TableA] TO [Y]
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