Rob Farley


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Ownership Chaining

Security in SQL Server is not too complex, following a fairly simple framework for allowing and preventing access to data. However there are a few places where it can get tricky and some concepts that many people do not understand. Rob Farley brings us an explanation of one of those areas: ownership chaining. Read about how ownership chaining can be useful and also how it may open security holes in your environment.

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2006-10-03

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