This stored procedure for SQL Server 7.0 and 2000 will return a user's permissions for a database object. It contains two null-able parameters: @user_name and @object_name. The parameter @user_name will accept a SQL Role name or a User name. The parameter @object_name will accept any type of database object name. The result set will return the types of permissions a user has on an object in the database. If the @user_name parameter contains a role name, it will also return the members of that role. If the @user_name parameter contains a user name, it will also return the roles that the user is a member of. Leaving one or more of the parameters null will return various types of results, experiment a bit and see if you find it useful.
Author: Jason Bohanon
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