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GRANT EXEC or SELECT to sprocs, UDFs and views

Based on moffan76's script to GRANT EXEC to all sprocs and UDFs (that EXEC) and GRANT SELECT to views and UDFs (that SELECT).  This script uses that same general technique of selecting the object names from sysobjects, but does it in one step w/o using a cursor.  It is also not wrapped in a sproc […]

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2003-12-30

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