ExtendedStoredProcedure.Grant ExtendedStoredProcedure.Grant ExtendedStoredProcedure.Grant Method

Definition

Grants the specified set of permissions to the specified grantees on the extended stored procedure.

Overloads

Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String)

Grants the specified set of permissions to the specified grantee on the extended stored procedure.

Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[]) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[]) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[])

Grants the specified set of permissions to the specified grantees on the extended stored procedure.

Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String, Boolean) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String, Boolean) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String, Boolean)

Grants access to the specified permission to the grantee and the ability to grant access to other users on the extended stored procedure.

Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[], Boolean) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[], Boolean) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[], Boolean)

Grants access to the specified permission to the grantees and the ability to grant access to other users on the extended stored procedure.

Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String, Boolean, String) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String, Boolean, String) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String, Boolean, String)

Grants the specified set of permissions to the grantee and the ability to grant the set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure under an assumed role.

Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[], Boolean, String) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[], Boolean, String) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[], Boolean, String)

Grants the specified set of permissions to the grantees and the ability to grant the set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure under an assumed role.

Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String)

Grants the specified set of permissions to the specified grantee on the extended stored procedure.

public:
 virtual void Grant(Microsoft::SqlServer::Management::Smo::ObjectPermissionSet ^ permission, System::String ^ granteeName);
public void Grant (Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.ObjectPermissionSet permission, string granteeName);
Public Sub Grant (permission As ObjectPermissionSet, granteeName As String)
Parameters
permission
ObjectPermissionSet ObjectPermissionSet ObjectPermissionSet

An ObjectPermissionSet object that specifies the set of permissions.

granteeName
String String String

A String value that specifies the grantee to be granted the specified set of permissions on the extended stored procedure.

Implements

Examples

Granting, Revoking, and Denying Permissions

Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[]) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[]) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[])

Grants the specified set of permissions to the specified grantees on the extended stored procedure.

public:
 virtual void Grant(Microsoft::SqlServer::Management::Smo::ObjectPermissionSet ^ permission, cli::array <System::String ^> ^ granteeNames);
public void Grant (Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.ObjectPermissionSet permission, string[] granteeNames);
Public Sub Grant (permission As ObjectPermissionSet, granteeNames As String())
Parameters
permission
ObjectPermissionSet ObjectPermissionSet ObjectPermissionSet

An ObjectPermissionSet object that specifies the set of permissions.

granteeNames
String[]

A String array that lists the grantees to be granted the specified set of permissions on the extended stored procedure.

Implements

Examples

Granting, Revoking, and Denying Permissions

Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String, Boolean) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String, Boolean) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String, Boolean)

Grants access to the specified permission to the grantee and the ability to grant access to other users on the extended stored procedure.

public:
 virtual void Grant(Microsoft::SqlServer::Management::Smo::ObjectPermissionSet ^ permission, System::String ^ granteeName, bool grantGrant);
public void Grant (Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.ObjectPermissionSet permission, string granteeName, bool grantGrant);
Public Sub Grant (permission As ObjectPermissionSet, granteeName As String, grantGrant As Boolean)
Parameters
permission
ObjectPermissionSet ObjectPermissionSet ObjectPermissionSet

An ObjectPermissionSet object that specifies the set of permissions.

granteeName
String String String

A String value that specifies the grantee to be denied specified set of permissions.

grantGrant
Boolean Boolean Boolean

A Boolean property that specifies whether the grantee is given the ability to grant the set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure.

If True, the grantee is given the ability to grant the specified set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure.

If False, the grantee is not given the ability to grant the specified set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure.

Implements

Examples

Granting, Revoking, and Denying Permissions

Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[], Boolean) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[], Boolean) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[], Boolean)

Grants access to the specified permission to the grantees and the ability to grant access to other users on the extended stored procedure.

public:
 virtual void Grant(Microsoft::SqlServer::Management::Smo::ObjectPermissionSet ^ permission, cli::array <System::String ^> ^ granteeNames, bool grantGrant);
public void Grant (Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.ObjectPermissionSet permission, string[] granteeNames, bool grantGrant);
Public Sub Grant (permission As ObjectPermissionSet, granteeNames As String(), grantGrant As Boolean)
Parameters
permission
ObjectPermissionSet ObjectPermissionSet ObjectPermissionSet

An ObjectPermissionSet object that specifies the set of permissions.

granteeNames
String[]

A String array that specifies a list of grantees to be denied access to the set of permissions.

grantGrant
Boolean Boolean Boolean

A Boolean property that specifies whether the grantee is given the ability to grant the specified set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure.

If True, the grantee is given the ability to grant the specified set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure.

If False, the grantee is not given the ability to grant the specified set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure.

Implements

Examples

Granting, Revoking, and Denying Permissions

Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String, Boolean, String) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String, Boolean, String) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String, Boolean, String)

Grants the specified set of permissions to the grantee and the ability to grant the set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure under an assumed role.

public:
 virtual void Grant(Microsoft::SqlServer::Management::Smo::ObjectPermissionSet ^ permission, System::String ^ granteeName, bool grantGrant, System::String ^ asRole);
public void Grant (Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.ObjectPermissionSet permission, string granteeName, bool grantGrant, string asRole);
Public Sub Grant (permission As ObjectPermissionSet, granteeName As String, grantGrant As Boolean, asRole As String)
Parameters
permission
ObjectPermissionSet ObjectPermissionSet ObjectPermissionSet

An ObjectPermissionSet object that specifies the permission.

granteeName
String String String

A String value that specifies a grantee to be denied access to the permission.

grantGrant
Boolean Boolean Boolean

A Boolean property that specifies whether the grantee is given the ability to grant the specified set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure.

If True, the grantee is given the ability to grant the specified set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure.

If False, the grantee is not given the ability to grant the specified set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure.

asRole
String String String

A String value that specifies the role that the user assumes when granting the specified set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure. Use this parameter for grantees who are members of more than one role.

Implements

Examples

Granting, Revoking, and Denying Permissions

Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[], Boolean, String) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[], Boolean, String) Grant(ObjectPermissionSet, String[], Boolean, String)

Grants the specified set of permissions to the grantees and the ability to grant the set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure under an assumed role.

public:
 virtual void Grant(Microsoft::SqlServer::Management::Smo::ObjectPermissionSet ^ permission, cli::array <System::String ^> ^ granteeNames, bool grantGrant, System::String ^ asRole);
public void Grant (Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.ObjectPermissionSet permission, string[] granteeNames, bool grantGrant, string asRole);
Public Sub Grant (permission As ObjectPermissionSet, granteeNames As String(), grantGrant As Boolean, asRole As String)
Parameters
permission
ObjectPermissionSet ObjectPermissionSet ObjectPermissionSet

An ObjectPermissionSet object that specifies the set of permissions.

granteeNames
String[]

A String array that specifies a list of grantees to be granted the set of permissions.

grantGrant
Boolean Boolean Boolean

A Boolean property that specifies whether the grantee is given the ability to grant the set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure.

If True, the grantee is given the ability to grant the specified set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure.

If False, the grantee is not given the ability to grant the specified set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure.

asRole
String String String

A String value that specifies the role that the user assumes when granting the specified set of permissions to other users on the extended stored procedure. Use this parameter for grantees who are members of more than one role.

Implements

Examples

Granting, Revoking, and Denying Permissions

Applies to