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TitleHow to grant SELECT permissions to a user?
URL NameP101721
Article Number000132951
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 10.x, 11.x
Product: Progress
Version: 9.x
OS: All supported platforms
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How to grant SELECT permissions to a user?
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The proper syntax to grant SELECT privileges to a user is:

grant select ON table_name TO username

The following is an example granting SELECT privileges to user John on table pub.customer

grant select on pub.customer to John

You are only able to grant SELECT privileges on a table by table basis. In other words you can not grant a user SELECT privileges on all tables in one statement.

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Reference to Written Documentation:

Progress SQL-92 Guide and Reference:Chapter 3,"SQL-92 Statement"

Last Modified Date9/13/2015 4:17 AM
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