Join Simon Allardice for an in-depth discussion in this video Introduction to SQL Server security and permissions, part of SQL Server 2008 Essential Training.
Here's what the SQL Server understands about security.…It knows you make a database because you want to people to use it.…There are users and groups of people.…There are Web applications and desktop applications that want what it is you…have in your database.…The SQL Server calls these principals.…A principal is something that will connect to SQL Server to request a resource.…They'll select from a table or update a table, or execute a stored procedure, or…even create a database.…And on the other end SQL Server knows about the things that exist inside of it.…
The databases, the tables, the stored procedures, the functions, the…schemas, the views, all these things we have worked with our considered…objects in SQL Server.…And yes, many objects contain other objects.…Databases contain schemas.…The schemas contain tables and stored procedures, and so on.…But just because a principal can get into SQL Server at all doesn't mean…that it should have blanket access to use and change and control to all of those objects.…
- Using T-SQL (Transact-SQL)
- Managing databases with SQL Server Management Studio
- Understanding database normalization
- Using SELECT statements
- Building indexes
- Monitoring database size and integrity
- Backing up and restoring databases
- Creating functions and stored procedures
- Managing database permissions
- Creating and formatting reports
- Adding charts to reports
- Creating and executing a simple SSIS package
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Installing SQL Server 2008 R2
3. Tools and System Databases
SQL Server system databases2m 22s
4. Creating Databases
5. Importing Existing Data
6. Retrieving Data with SQL
7. Inserting and Updating Data
8. SQL Functions
9. Stored Procedures and Transactions
10. Core Administration Tasks
11. Backing Up and Restoring
12. Security Features
13. Reporting Services
14. Integration Services
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