This is the fourth installment in this series on SQL Server security. Today, we’re going to take a closer look at some key security concepts concerning object ownership and ownership chaining as well as execution context and impersonation in SQL Server. This could get technical.
The SQL Server security model, part 3: permissions
This is the third installment in a series on assigning SQL Server permissions. In the previous posts, we’ve looked at security principals (the users and groups that carry the permissions) as well as the securables (the objects you want to control access to). Building on this understanding, we’re getting ready to look at the fabric that connects principals with securables: Permissions.