I have developed a VB6 program which will activate an Application Role to UPDATE and INSERT some tables in SQL Server 2005.
My program will login with a username, say USER and then run with the rights of the Application Role which will SELECT, UPDATE and INSERT the following tables:
1) Table A
2) Table B
3) Table C
The USER login is a restricted user which has only SELECT permission to Table A, B and C.
I encounter a problem in which my program can only UPDATE table B and table C but Table A. I have double checked the settings of Table A, Table B and Table C. Theirs are all same. Fyi, the column which can't be updated is of type "datetime".
Once i grant USER login UPDATE permission to Table A, my program works perfectly in which it can UPDATE all the tables including Table A.
I have tried for almost 2 days but am still clueless. Any ideas?
Ive been reading over the documentation and some stuff online, but I still dont really understand what the difference is and when you would use one vs the other. Can someone put it in simple terms for this dummy (me) ?
I'm developing a web application and i like to use the sql server 2005 role management features istead of developing a role management package in my program, I can do it on my tables and othe database items but I have no idea about using database access rights in my web pages to permit some one viewing or updating a web form... Is there any system table or system stored procedure showing access rights in my data base? or is there another idea to do this??
I am very frustrated. Everything works on the local host but when I upload to server I can login to the admin role I created, but when I try to access pages that have role priveleges I get the following error: The SSE Provider did not find the database file specified in the connection string. At the configured trust level (below High trust level), the SSE provider can not automatically create the database file. The ASPNETDB.MDF database was uploaded using the Database Publishing Wizard. Please help!
I am attempting to use dbmail from an application that logs in to my database using an application role. Since the application role does not exist outside the database, I created an spSendEmail in the database with "execute as login='mailagent'" in it: I set the database to trustworthy, created a 'mailagent' account and added it to the msdb database with the databasemailuser role rights.
Email works just fine on the server when I use the execute as login='mailagent' to fire off the msdb..sp_send_dbmail. But from the .NET application, I get the error: "Cannot execute as the server principal because the principal 'mailagent' does not exist, this type of principal cannot be impersonated, or you do not have permission." When I run my spSendEmail stored procedure from the calling database, I get the same error.
Hi all, I am trying to connect to the database using application role. But gives an error An error has occurred while establishing a connection to the server. When connecting to SQL Server 2005, this failure may be caused by the fact that under the default settings SQL Server does not allow remote connections. (provider: SQL Network Interfaces, error: 26 - Error Locating Server/Instance Specified) for the given connection string Dim connstring As String = "Data Source=Northwind;Initial Catalog=OrderProcessing;Persist Security Info=True;UserID=application_login;Password=wewewe;"
This one is a real X FIle, just without Mulder, Scully or the Lone Gunmen!
I have a database, to which access must be restricted via a sole application. So, I have to use an application role. I go in the database and run these statements to add and activate the roles, respectively;
Exec sp_addapprole 'Sirius', 'password'
(The system confirms the role is created.)
Exec sp_setapprole 'Sirius', 'password' 'odbc'
(The system confirms the role is activated.)
Right, now I should not be able to connect using anything but this role, agreed? But here's where things go wrong. I can then successfully connect from another computer by using MS query from Excel, from a login that is not even a member of the Public Role!
I tried again, started and stopped the Server/DTS/Agent services and dropped the old role after each successful login before recreating it. I've checked my syntax exhaustively. I must be doing something wrong, or overlooking something, otherwise MS has a major security problem! (Just hope the Cancer Man doesn't find out!!)
We have an application use Approle to read from database. If the client login to windows as administrator or a name that has the administrator rights, the application can get all data. If the client login to windows as a domain user that has limited rights, the application can't get all data. I run profiler and found that it seems, when application use approle to access a database, the login name is the domain user that log into windows. Is there anybody know what type of right the window login name should have in order to get all data from a database?
Second question, when I log in to window as domainusername( username is not administrator, but has administrator rights). In the profiler, I can see the application use this domainusername access database. However, under sql server login node, I didn't find domainusername. Is this because, the domainusername belongs to buildinadministrator?
I know how to create an Application role in SQL server 7. Now how do I connect to the database from VB using that Application Role? I can't find anything about this topic anywhere. Is this the purpose of an Application role or am I way off?
I want to add bulkadmin permission to my applicatio role. Is it aposible.My windows account havo only public permission on database.I'm using application roleEXEC sp_approlepassword 'MyRole', 'password';Therefore I want to BULK some data with BULK INSERT command.Error is:The current user is not the database or object owner of table'tablename'. Cannot perform SET operation.Thanks in advance.
However, I cannot get the application to successfully logon and run the select statement when using the user id and password of the Application Role. I get error:
System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Login failed for user 'SearchAppRole'. at System.Data.SqlClient.SqlInternalConnection.OnError(SqlException exception, Boolean breakConnection) at System.Data.SqlClient.TdsParser.ThrowExceptionAndWarning(TdsParserStateObject stateObj
I can't find much information on Application Role...I just want one basic permission for the application as a whole. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
Hi everybody. I created an application role in a database (DB1) and gave it all the rights on a view in DB1 which refers to a table located in another db (DB2). I also gave the rights to the app role on a table of DB1 I tried to use this app. role through the sp_setapprole launched by a user (server principal?) which is SQL Server administrator (and local administrator (Win 2003 Server)). With the following query SELECT USER_NAME()
I see that the approle is being used. Than, if I query the table on DB1 everything works, but if I query the view, referring a table in db2 I get following error:
The server principal "NameOfServerPrincipal" is not able to access the database "DB2" under the current security context. What should I do to make it work?
The table in DB2 has the same schema of the view in DB1 which refers to it. I put the DB1 TrustWorthy and both the database have the db_chaining option activated.
Any idea on how to solve the problem would be widely appreciated. Thank you very much. Vania
Experiencing a little weirdness with SQL Server Management Studio...Have created a login, that has fixed server role "securityadmin".The login can create/drop logins, add/remove them as users indatabases, etc.The login can change another login's password, using SQLfrom a query window (e.g. alter login bob with password='abc')However, the login *cannot* change another login's password,using SSMS GUI (e.g. "Security", "Logins", double-click "Bob",change password, say "OK"). The error text is:Change password failed for Login 'Bob'. (Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo)Additional information:An exception occurred while executing a Transact-SQL statement orbatch.(Microsoft.SqlServer.ConnectionInfo)Cannot alter the login 'Bob', because it does not exist or you donot have permission.(Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 15151)Has anybody else experienced this?
How can I implementing Membership and Role Management on SQL Server 2005 (not Express)? Anyone have any documentation? Are there any scripts to run that will basically set up the same Database schema on SQL Server 2005 that Express uses? Thanks.
I am having a problem with creating databases in MS SQL 2005 Server. When I attempt to assign an User Mapping for my SQL user account to the newly created database, the "dbo" user and schema is already assigned. When I try to drop this user in favor of my own, I receive an error message: Cannot alter the user "dbo" (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 15150). I am connected to my database engine through the "sa" account.
In sql server 2000, I created some custom database roles called ProjectLeader and Developer. I would make these roles a member in the fixed database roles so that I would only have to add the user to the ProjectLeader or Developer role once and they would presto-magico have the security I wanted them to have with no unecessary mouse clicking. I'm not sure how to repeat this process in 2005? Management Studio doesn't seem to allow you to add a role as a member in another role. Is there a work around or solution for this?
I'm attempting to use RDA to synchronize a pocket pc emulator with SQL Server 2005 database by following tutorial http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa454892.aspx, which uses AdvWorksMobile database that comes with SQL Server 2005.
When get to testing of "To test application features " ( step 4 of the merge replication setup lab ), I am receiving SQLCe Exception errors.
ORIGINALLY, I was able to deploy an application and view the local database on the emulator, but once I clicked "InitSinc" button, I received an error.
"Failure to connect to SQL Server with provided connection information. SQL Server does not" exist, access is denied because the SQL user is not a valid user on the SQL Server, or the password is incorrect. Found this error listed in Server Agent Errors log http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms172357.aspx, but it wasn't very helpful since it doesn't provide any suggestions on fixing the problems.
I am brand new to SQL CE Server , mobile programming and .NET framework in general so please bare with me
All the connections / security settings, etc that were set up were taken from a tutorial so I am not sure what SQLCeServer is complaining about. Reading up on the error on the web didn't help, it all pointed to making sure that the snapshot folder had correct permissions set up. I verified that MACHINENAMEUISR_MACHINENAME guest user had Read rights to the database so I don't think that piece is the problem. Otherwise ,Merge publication has been setup in Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio by following the tutorial.
I am trying to run this sync on my home pc so there should be no issues with any user permissions
I have IIS installed
I did NOT have SQL Server Agent running in management studio at this time
I am trying to run this tutorial on an XP machine, which is my regular home PC so I dont think there are any special networking settings to consider
I am able to hit http://localhost/AdvWorksMobile/sqlcesa30.dll from my pc OK, but when I try to hit it from a cradled emulator ( after replacing "localhost" with "MACHINE_NAME" ), Internet Explorer on the emulator gives me a "Cannot Connect With Current Settings" error message. This part wasn't part of tutorial but decided so not sure if I am supposed to be able to hit it from my emulator..so I am not sure if the fact that I can't hit it is related to the problem. AFTER STARTING SQL SERVER AGENTin Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, I killed the application, and after relaunching it, it hits "The Specified table does not exist [Vendor]" error. This time it doesn't even launch first - that is I dont even get to pressing "InitSinc" button. Debugger is showing that this error is hit on the following line in AdvWorksMobile.AddWorksDataSetTableAdapters
int returnValue = this.Adapter.Fill(dataTable);
I am not sure why the errors changed on me after starting SQL Server Agent. What can I do to fix this connection problem?
I am having a strange problem. I have an application that to connects to SQL Database in SQL Server 2005. When I run the application with Visual Studio everything works fine but when I deploy the application on my web server and then to access the site . I get an error : Login failed for user ''. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection. For some reason the application is not passing the user name . I have checked the IIS and authentication is set to Integrated Windows Authentication .
My connection string is correct as well
<add name="xxxxx" connectionString="Data Source=xxxxxx;Initial Catalog=xxxx;Integrated Security=SSPI" providerName="System.Data.SqlClient"/> I will appreciate any kind of assistance in this matter. Thanks
I am trying to call a view that is already in SQL Server 2005 from my ASP.NET 2.0 application. I get the following error message: The request for procedure 'vwMyView failed because 'vwMyView' is a view object. I thought I could call a view the same way that I call a stored procedure but I guess I was wrong. How can I fix this? Here is some sample code too: Dim Results As DataSetDim Cmd As IDbCommand Dim Adapter As IDbDataAdapter Results = New DataSet Cmd = DB.CreateCommandCmd.CommandText = "vwMyView" Cmd.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure Adapter = DataSource.CreateDataAdapter Adapter.SelectCommand = Cmd DB.Open() Cmd.Connection = DB Adapter.Fill(Results) Cmd.Dispose() DB.Close() Return Results
Hi I can't connect to sql server 2005 from my asp.net web page. I seem to be able to connect to it when i run the application from within visual studio but i can't connect to it when i run the application from IIS.I am new to sql server 2005 express so please bear with me.The error message i get is: Cannot open database "Vets" requested by the login. The login failed.Login failed for user 'OSCAR2K4ASPNET'.I don't know where this user OSCAR2K4ASPNET came from but i looked in sql server 2005 and there he is. In the left hand pane I went to Security and then logins and found oscar2k4asp.net there. I went to the properties for this user and went to User Mappings. There was no tick next to my Vets database so I added one and ran the application from IIS. I also added the user to every single role in the vets database (including dbowner). I also went into the vets database itself and found the oscar/aspnet user and made sure he was added to every role. I ran the application again. This time i got a lots of different errors. If the page was trying to run a select procedure I got the error user does not have select permission. If the page was running an SP i got the error or user does not execute permission I have never had this problem before so I don't understand.Where did this user come from? Was he created automatically when i configured my database for membership and roles? How do i set up this user so he can access the databsae from IIS. The only way I could get the application to run from IIS was to go to Security - Logins for sql server and add the oscar2k4asp.net user to the sysadmin role. I find this very strange. Naturally i don't want to leave oscar2k4 in sysadmin. Please help :) I can't upload my website until i fix this Thanks, andrea
Dim rst As ADODB.Recordset Set rst = New ADODB.Recordset rst.Open "SELECT * FROM Table1 WHERE [Fld1]=" & v1, Cn, adOpenKeyset, adLockOptimistic 'check if exist if not exist create new If rst.EOF Then rst.AddNew rst("Fld1") = v1 rst("Fld2") = v2 rst.Update End If
I don't know why my application on the internet try to access the SQL Server 2005, when the host still having the 2000 edition. I put the following connection string: Data Source=##DBSERVER##;Initial Catalog=##DBNAME##;User ID=##DBUSER##;Password=##DBPASSWORD##;
Isn’t everything fine with that? I created the table by host but dosen’t work. I’m wondering if can I conect straight with Data Base, without register in the server, like with mdb?
This is the error that I’m getting. When connecting to SQL Server 2005, this failure may be caused by the fact that under the default settings SQL Server does not allow remote connections. (provider: Named Pipes Provider, error: 40 - Could not open a connection to SQL Server)
I am developing a windows application that needs to communicate with a remote SQL server 2005 database. Server allows remote connections and MSDTC service also running. Do I need to run MSDTC service on the client machine where I use desktop application ? any ideas ? It's throwing some error like An error has occurred while establishing a connection to the server. When connecting to SQL Server 2005, this failure may be caused by the fact that under the default settings SQL Server does not allow remote connections.
But my SQL Server allows remote connection, and I am able to do a select statement. But when I insert/update anything, it's throwing this error. I guess some problem with MSDCT. Anybody have any idea ?
All, I'm a newbie here so forgive me if I have missed something completely obvious. I have bought a shopping cart script of a well known company (Evolve Merchant 5) and I wish to set it up locally on my development server, I created a virtual directory, set the web application up and get the asp pages to display perfectly. However, in the configuration file (global.asa & web.config) for the application it reguests information to be provided: <add key="DBName" value="Database name" /> <add key="DBServer" value="IP address of server" /> <add key="DBUserName" value="User name" /> <add key="DBPassword" value="password" /> <add key="AltPassword" value="password" />
What I can't determine is what the SQL Server 2005's IP address is? the pages of this application show when I type http://localhost/catalogue into IE, so I presumed the server address would be the IP of localhost, when typed ping localhost into command promt it gives me 127.0.0.1, but when I enter this into the config file and try to load the application it just hangs and then eventually says: "Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers (0x80004005)[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][DBNETLIB]SQL Server does not exist or access denied./catalogue/global.asa, line 54" I have created a new database in SQL Express called: merchant509 and restored the tables to it as the manufactures help files state, I created a new login called shop which uses SQl authentication, so as I can provide a password. So the settings should look like this: <add key="DBName" value="Database name" /> <add key="DBServer" value="127.0.0.1" /> <add key="DBUserName" value="shop" /> <add key="DBPassword" value="1684" /> <add key="AltPassword" value="1684" />
But it doesn't work, does anyone know what i have done wrong?? the SQL server is runnign on the same computer as I am trying to access it from, it is set to accept all forms of comunication i.e. TCP/IP etc.. in the server configuration manager the IP address part of TCP/IP in protocols shows IP1 as 192.168.2.2 active yes enabled yes, and IP2 as 127.0.0.1 active yes and enables yes, I have tried the 192.168.2.2 and this gives the same errors, this is my registed IP on my home network. I'm now stumped, I haven't a clue what else I can try, I would be very greatfull if anyone has any ideas. Regards, Daniel Coates