Loginless Database Users and Dynamic SQL

  • Orlando Colamatteo

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  • Dscheypie

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    Hi, Orlando,

    great article: Very good structured, easy to understand, good example! What I liked most was the "Disadvantage" section: I failed to find any disadvantages, and I am looking forward to your article regarding the execution of procedures using certificates!

    Best regards

    Jens-Peter 🙂

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  • Joffrey

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    Dscheypie (9/10/2013)


    Hi, Orlando,

    great article: Very good structured, easy to understand, good example! What I liked most was the "Disadvantage" section: I failed to find any disadvantages ...

    that's because you didn't think it through well enough 🙂

  • rick adkins

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    I enjoyed article as well. So, how long until certificates article?:-)

  • darkhelmutis

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    If waiting for the next installment grates on you, then Erland summarized the technique of maintaining ownership chaining through certs, cert based users, and signed stored procedures:

    http://www.sommarskog.se/grantperm.html

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