DROP SENSITIVITY CLASSIFICATION (Transact-SQL)

APPLIES TO: noSQL Server yesAzure SQL Database yesAzure SQL Data Warehouse noParallel Data Warehouse

Drops sensitivity classification metadata from one or more database columns.

Syntax

DROP SENSITIVITY CLASSIFICATION FROM
    <object_name> [, ...n ]

<object_name> ::=
{
    [schema_name.]table_name.column_name
}

Arguments

object_name ([schema_name.]table_name.column_name)

Is the name of the database column from which to remove the classification. Currently only column classification is supported. - schema_name (optional) - Is the name of the schema to which the classified column belongs to. - table_name - Is the name of the table to which the classified column belongs to. - column_name - Is the name of the column from which to drop the classification.

Remarks

  • Multiple object classifications can be dropped using a single 'DROP SENSITIVITY CLASSIFICATION' statement.

Permissions

Requires ALTER ANY SENSITIVITY CLASSIFICATION permission. The ALTER ANY SENSITIVITY CLASSIFICATION is implied by the database permission ALTER, or by the server permission CONTROL SERVER.

Examples

A. Dropping classification from a single column

The following example removes the classification from the column dbo.sales.price.

DROP SENSITIVITY CLASSIFICATION FROM
    dbo.sales.price

B. Dropping classification from multiple columns

The following example removes the classification from the columns dbo.sales.price, dbo.sales.discount, and SalesLT.Customer.Phone.

DROP SENSITIVITY CLASSIFICATION FROM
    dbo.sales.price, dbo.sales.discount, SalesLT.Customer.Phone  

See Also

ADD SENSITIVITY CLASSIFICATION (Transact-SQL)

sys.sensitivity_classifications (Transact-SQL)

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