Viewing SQL2005 Stored Procedure Code(DataReader)

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We have a developer team that has been accustomed to viewing stored porcedure code through Enterprise Manager in SQL2000. We noticed that when having the same DataReader rights in SQL Management Studid(SQL2005) they cannot view the stored procedure code. Is this a bug in SQL2005 or is there another way/method(without maintenance nightmares) to allow them to view the stored procedure without giving them dbo permission. Thanks in Advance, Don Baker

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I think you’ll have to assign them the ddladmin role. If that’s too much rights for them, you’ll have to resort to granting the group explicit permissions (“View Definition”) on those stored procedures.

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