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How to change Filegroup's ownership (URGENT)


How to change Filegroup's ownership (URGENT)

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Bhuvnesh
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It’s my lead requirement. My TL has given me list of databases, filegroups for which I have to change the owner from user name to sa.

can anybody tellme how to check and change owner of filegroup.

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Adi Cohn
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Could it be that you are mixing between file groups and schemas? File groups have no owner.

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Ok my understanding is that the filegroups are "owned" by the database owner. And therefore you'd need to call the sp_changedbowner procedure. But wait about for one of the experts reply
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Filegroups don't have owners. Databases have owners. Schemas have owners. Objects have owners.

Sounds like he wants the database owners to be changed. Can you confirm that?

Gail Shaw
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