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If the assembly permission set requires EXTERNAL_ACCESS, the login must also have EXTERNAL ACCESS ASSEMBLY permissions.
If the permission set requires UNSAFE, the login must be a member of the sysadmin fixed server role.
Unlike ALTER ANY DATABASE DDL EVENT NOTIFICATION, the user must own the database DDL event notification in order to drop it.
This grants or denies the ability to create a default.
This permission is granted implicitly to the db_ddladmin and db_owner fixed database roles.
I am new to SQL Server 2005/2008 having administered SQL Server 2000 and below.
I have heard there are a lot of new permissions at the database level.
What are they and what do they give rights to perform?SQL Server 2005 introduced a new concept to SQL Server security and permissions: securables.Securables are anything within SQL Server that can have a permission assigned. Below are the list of database-level permissions: This grants or denies the ability to create or drop services for service broker.The user also must have REFERENCES permissions for all queues and contracts specified for the service.The db_ddladmin fixed database role has this permission implicitly.This grants or denies the ability to create or drop an assembly within a SQL Server database.