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28.6.GRANT
28.6.1.To grant permission is to give or allow permission to perform a type of operation on an object.
28.6.2.The use of the WITH GRANT OPTION clause of the GRANT statement.
28.6.3.The use of the CONTROL permission.
28.6.4.GRANT CREATE TABLE, CREATE PROCEDURE TO peter, paul, mary
28.6.5.GRANT CREATE FUNCTION TO mary
28.6.6.All permissions applicable to the specified securable will be granted to the specified principal.
28.6.7.The use of the SELECT permission within the GRANT statement.
28.6.8.The use of the UPDATE permission within the GRANT statement.
28.6.9.A GRANT statement that grants permission to run action queries
28.6.10.A GRANT statement that grants permission to execute a stored procedure
28.6.11.A GRANT statement that grants SELECT permission to specific columns
28.6.12.Granting Permission on a Column in a View
28.6.13.The use of the VIEW DEFINITION permission.
28.6.14.Example of GRANT EXEC Statement
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