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Sql) demonstrates how to drop an existing schema by quering the objects owned by the schema and dropping these objects first: -- Change the connection context to the database AdventureWorks. USE AdventureWorks GO -- Retieve informatiomn about the Accounting schema. name='Accounting'; GO -- Drop the table Invoices from the Accounting schema. Invoices; GO -- Drop the Accounting schema. DROP SCHEMA Accounting; Introducing User-Schema Separation One of the advantages of schemas is the separation of users from objects.
The user does not need to provide any user credentials in the connection string because the user has already been authenticated by Windows. • Mixed Authenication Mode In this mode, users can connect to SQL Server using either Windows Authentication Mode or SQL Server authentication. In the latter case, SQL Server validates the user credentials against existing SQL Server logins. Using SQL Server authentication requires that the user provide a username and password to SQL Server in the connection string.
Stored Procedure Permissions Permission ALTER CONTROL EXECUTE TAKE OWNERSHIP VIEW DEFINITION 50 Description Can modify stored procedure properties Provides ownership-like permission Can execute the stored procedure Can take ownership of the stored procedure Can view stored procedure metadata Part I: How to Create a SQL Server Database to Store Your Application Data Part I: How to Create a SQL Server Database to Store Your Application Data 51 Executing a Stored Procedure When an application makes a call to execute a stored procedure, SQL Server checks if the current database user has the EXECUTE permission on the stored procedure.