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As I already mentioned, dynamic SQL is a quite powerful, but also quite dangerous. In SQL Server 2005 we introduced a new feature that is also quite powerful and when used properly can be quite useful; but it is important to learn and understand any such Read More...
In SQL Server 2000, Cross database ownership chaining (CDOC) was a mechanism used to allow access (DML access) to resources on different DBs without explicitly granting access to either the target DB (the DB where the actual data was stored) or to the Read More...
SQL Server 2005 introduced a new SQL DB principal subtype that can be quite useful: a SQL user that is not mapped to any login. You may be asking yourself “Why is this feature interesting? after all SQL Server already had the ability to create SQL users”, Read More...