catalog.effective_object_permissions (SSISDB Database)

THIS TOPIC APPLIES TO: yesSQL Server (starting with 2012)noAzure SQL DatabasenoAzure SQL Data Warehouse noParallel Data Warehouse

Displays the effective permissions for the current principal for all objects in the Integration Services catalog.

Column name Data type Description
object_type smallint The type of securable object. Securable objects types include folder (1), project (2), environment (3), and operation (4).
object_id bigint The unique identifier (ID) or primary key of the object.
permission_type smallint The type of permission.

Remarks

This view displays the permission types listed in the following table:

permission_type Value Permission Name Permission Description Applicable Object Types
1 READ Allows the principal to read information that is considered part of the object, such as properties. It does not allow the principal to enumerate or read the contents of other objects contained within the object. Folder, Project, Environment, Operation
2 MODIFY Allows the principal to modify information that is considered part of the object, such as properties. It does not allow the principal to modify other objects contained within the object. Folder, Project, Environment, Operation
3 EXECUTE Allows the principal to execute all packages in the project. Project
4 MANAGE_PERMISSIONS Allows the principal to assign permissions to the objects. Folder, Project, Environment, Operation
100 CREATE_OBJECTS Allows the principal to create objects in the folder. Folder
101 READ_OBJECTS Allows the principal to read all objects in the folder. Folder
102 MODIFY_OBJECTS Allows the principal to modify all objects in the folder. Folder
103 EXECUTE_OBJECTS Allows the principal to execute all packages from all projects in the folder. Folder
104 MANAGE_OBJECT_PERMISSIONS Allows the principal to manage permissions on all objects in the folder. Folder

Only objects on which the caller has permissions are evaluated. The permissions are computed based on the following:

  • Explicit permissions

  • Inherited permissions

  • Membership of the principal in roles

  • Membership of the principal in groups

Permissions

Users can see effective permissions only for themselves and for roles of which they are members.