Generating Partition Function – sp_tblCreatePartitionFunction available don GitHub

If you are working with large databases you have come to situation when you need to partition the large tables.

To be able to partition a table, you need to create a Partition Function. Creation of Partition Function is quite easy, however if you need to create a larger number of partitions at initial phase, it can be pretty annoying as you have to define all the ranges for each partition. Also it is easy to make a type in the list of boundary values and as a result create a partition function with wrong partition alignment.

To simplify that process I’m presenting here a stored procedure which takes care about that and generates the partition function automatically based on input parameters

sp_tblCreatePartitionFunction

As mentioned above, the sp_tblCreatePartitionFunction takes care about generation of the partition function based on input parameters.

You can find complete source code in my SQL-Scripts project on GitHub under the TablesManagement\Partitioning folder.

The stored procedure provides support for generation of ranges based on smallint, int, bigint, date, datetime and datetime2 data types.

Stored procedure generates a partition function with boundary values between @rangeStart and @rangeEnd parameters.

The stored procedure is marked as system stored procedure in the script so it means that it can operate in the context of the current user database.

Parameters

The input parameters define the ranges and the way how the partition function is generated

The available input parameters for the function are @pfName, @rangeStart, @rangeEnd, @boundaryType, @incrementValue, @incrementUnit, @useIntegerDates, @integerFormatType and @printScriptOnly

@pfName

Defines the partition function Name. the parameter data type is nvarchar(128) which corresponds to sysname.

@rangeStart

Defines the starting range for generation of the partition function. The parameter is sql_variant. You have to pass parameter of supported data type for the range. As mentioned above the supported data types are smallint, int, bigint, date, datetime and datetime2.

To simplify specification of the range, you can pass the parameter as string. If the value passed as string represents a DateTime it is automatically converted to datetime data type.

You can also pass a value with a data type specifier. The data type specifier must be first character of the string and the value must follow. The supported data type specifiers are 'D' - date, 'T' - datetime, 'B' - bigint, 'I' - int and 'S' - smallint.

Below are some examples of supported strings passed as @rangeStart :

Sample value Result
'2016-01-01' Converted to datetime 2016-01-01
20160101 Converted to datetime 2016-01-01
D2016-01-01 Converted to date 2016-01-01
T20160101 Converted to datetime 2016-01-01
B1010 Converted to bigint 100
I1010 Converted to int 100
S1010 Converted to smallint 100

The @rangeStart representing a date can be altered during the partition function generation based on the @incrementUnit parameter. The @rangeStart is shifted to the beginning of corresponding unit.. See the @incrementUnit parameter for details.

The @rangeStart is included in the generated ranges.

@rangeEnd

Represents then end of range which should be generated for the partition function. The supported data types are the same as for the @rangeStart. See the @rangeStart for details.

The @rangeEnd is inclusive in the range, but may not be included in the final generated partition function in dependency on the @incrementValue and @incrementUnit parameters. See those parameters for details.

@boundaryType

Specifies the boundary type of the boundary values for the partition function. It can be either LEFT or RIGHT. It defines whether the boundary value is included in the left or right partition respective to the boundary value. Default value is RIGHT.

@incrementValue

Defines increment of the boundary values. This means that the @rangeStart value is incremented by the @incrementValue until @rangeEnd is reached.

@incrementUnit

Specifies the unit of the increment. It is being used only for range values representing date. The allowed units are YEAR, MONTH, WEEK, ISO_WEEK, DAY.

In each iteration step the @rangeStart value is incremented by the @incrementValue number of @incrementUnit.

Also the @incrementUnit may have impact on the @rangeStart value. If the @rangeStart value does not point to the first day of respective unit, it is being automatically shifted to the beginning of corresponding unit based on the @rangeStart value.

Samples of @rangeStart shifting:

@rangeStart @incrementUnit @rangeStart shifted to
'2016-03-17' YEAR '2016-01-01'
'2016-03-17' MONTH '2016-03-01'
'2016-03-17' WEEK '2016-03-14'
'2016-01-01' ISO_WEEK '2015-12-28'

@useIntegerDates

Specifies whether boundary values representing dates in the partition function should be represented as int date types or corresponding date, datetime or datetime2 data type. In case of  @useIntegerDates = 0 the boundary value is always first day of corresponding @incrementUnit.

In case of @useIntegerDates = 1 the boundary value is expressed as integer number and the value representing the range depends on the @integerFormatType parameter. See the @integerFormatType for details

It is being used only for date ranges. Default value is 1.

@integerFormatType

Specifies integer format of date range value. When the partition function is being generated and date ranges are being used, the range value is internally always represented by a first day of corresponding rage. if the @useIntegerDate = 1 the final boundary value is generated based on the format type.

Supported format types are:

FormatType Boundary value formatting
1 yyyyMMdd For example 20160101
2 yyyyxx(x) where xxx(x) correspond to appropriate month, week or day within particular year. For example 2016053 represents a day 53 of year 2016. 201643 represents week or iso_week 43 in year 2016

Default value is 2.

@printScriptOnly

Specifies whether only the partition function CREATE script is being printed or the partition function is being automatically crated.

The default value is 1, this means that only script is printed.

Samples

Below are some sample usages of the stored procedure.

Sample 1

sp_tblCreatePartitionFunction
    @pfName = 'myPf'
   ,@rangeStart = 1
   ,@rangeEnd = 1001
   ,@boundaryType = 'RIGHT'
   ,@incrementvalue = 100
CREATE PARTITION FUNCTION [myPf](int) AS RANGE RIGHT FOR VALUES (
    1
   ,101
   ,201
   ,301
   ,401
   ,501
   ,601
   ,701
   ,801
   ,901
   ,1001
)

Sample 2

sp_tblCreatePartitionFunction
    @pfName = 'myPf'
   ,@rangeStart = '2016-01-01'
   ,@rangeEnd = '2020-12-31'
   ,@boundaryType = 'RIGHT'
   ,@incrementvalue = 1
   ,@incrementUnit = 'YEAR'
   ,@useIntegerDates = 1
   ,@integerFormatType = 2

CREATE PARTITION FUNCTION [myPf](int) AS RANGE RIGHT FOR VALUES (
    2016
   ,2017
   ,2018
   ,2019
   ,2020
)

Sample 3

sp_tblCreatePartitionFunction
    @pfName = 'myPf'
   ,@rangeStart = '2016-01-01'
   ,@rangeEnd = '2016-12-31'
   ,@boundaryType = 'LEFT'
   ,@incrementvalue = 1
   ,@incrementUnit = 'MONTH'
   ,@useIntegerDates = 1
   ,@integerFormatType = 2
CREATE PARTITION FUNCTION [myPf](int) AS RANGE LEFT FOR VALUES (
    20160101
   ,20160201
   ,20160301
   ,20160401
   ,20160501
   ,20160601
   ,20160701
   ,20160801
   ,20160901
   ,20161001
   ,20161101
   ,20161201
)

Sample 4

sp_tblCreatePartitionFunction
    @pfName = 'myPf'
   ,@rangeStart = '2016-01-01'
   ,@rangeEnd = '2016-12-31'
   ,@boundaryType = 'LEFT'
   ,@incrementvalue = 1
   ,@incrementUnit = 'MONTH'
   ,@useIntegerDates = 0
CREATE PARTITION FUNCTION [myPf](datetime) AS RANGE LEFT FOR VALUES (
    '20160101'
   ,'20160201'
   ,'20160301'
   ,'20160401'
   ,'20160501'
   ,'20160601'
   ,'20160701'
   ,'20160801'
   ,'20160901'
   ,'20161001'
   ,'20161101'
   ,'20161201'
)

Getting Database Rights Assignment Overview – sp_HelpRights on GitHub

You have a user database with bunch of users and database roles and other database principla types. You need to have an insight into the rights assignments. You would like to know what rights are assigned to particular database principal.

The above task can be quite tricky as the rights on database objects can be granted or denied directly to particular database principal. However each of the database principal can have rights assignment inherited through database or application roles and there can be even a hierarchy of roles membership.

Getting a clear overview about the rights assignment in such situation is very problematic.

The sp_HelpRights procedure can bring you a clear overview about the rights assignments as it lists all the rights granted/revoked toindividual database principals even thoseinherited through roles hierarchy including the complete inheritance path.

Anyway, do not mess this with effective rights for particular user. This is not aim of the stored procedure.

If you want to see effectiverights for particular user, use SSMS princiapl properties to list those (although even this is not fully accurate as it does not reflect rights assigned through server roles membership and many other).

sp_HelpRights

As mentioned above the sp_HelpRights procedure returns an overview of rights assignments in the database.

You can find full source code of the sp_HelpRights as part of my SQL-Scripts project on GitHub in the RightsManagement folder. The script marks the stored procedure as system object so it can run in the context of the current user database.

Syntax

The syntax for the sp_HelpRights is quite sraighforward:

sp_HelpRights [parameters]

To display help for the stored procedure invoke

sp_HelpRights '?'

Parameters

The stored procedure has only two optional parameters @databases and @principals

@databases

A Comma separated list of the databases for which the rights overview should be generated. Default value NULL means current database.

The parameter suport wildcards and exclusion if [-] is used as first character of the name or wildcard.

Sample value Meaning
% All databases
%,-m% All databases except databases starting with m
DBA, User%, -User1% Dtabase [DBA] and all databases starting with User but not starting with User1
? Print help for the sp_HelpRights

@principals

A comma separated list of database principals forwhich the rights overview should be printed. The default value NULL means all database principals

Again the parameter supports wildcards and the syntax is the same as for the @datbases paramter.

sp_HelpRights Output

Invoking the procedure without any parameters shows an overview for the current database and a sample  output looks like below:

sp_helprights_sample1
sp_HelpRights output overview

The output provides overview about all permissions assignments between database objects and database principals and mentioned at the beginnin of the post.

It lists all database principasl on which the permission has some effect even the permission was not GRANTED/DENIED to it, the original grantee (database principal to which the permission was originally granted), a complete inheritance path and as well the database principal which granted/denied the permission.

Let’s look on the below output:

sp_helprights_sample2
Sample 1

 

In the First line of the Sample 1 we have a right assignment to the DATABASE. the Right is CONNECT and the state is GRANT. The rigth assignment has effect on the windows user DatabasePrincipalName = 'NT SERVICE\ReportServer'. We can see that the original grantee of that permission is also the NT SERVICE\Report Server and this means that the permission ws granted directly to that user. it is also clearly visible in the PermissionInheritancePath column as there is only name of that datbase principal. We can also see that the permission was granted by dbo.

On the second line of Sample 1 we have a different case. We see a GRANT of EXECUTE permission on the dbo.CreateSegmentedChunk stored procdure. We can clearly see, that this permission has effect on the DatabasePrincipalName = 'NT SERVICE\ReportServer'. But we can also clearly see, that this permission was not directly granted to the NT SERVICE\ReportServer,  but insted the original grantee was RSExecRole database role. The PermissionInheritancePath also shows that that permission was granted to the NT SERVICE\ReportServer directly from the RSExecRole database role.

sp_helprights_sample3
Sample 2

 

The Sample2 shows a case where there are multiple levels in the inheritance. Wecan see, that the GRANT of SELECT permission on the user table dbo.TestTable has effect on the TestUser datbase principal. But we can clearly see that this permission was not directly granted to that user, bu theoriginal grantee of that permission is database role DBRoleA.

From the PermissionInheritancePath we can alsosee, that the permission has efect on the TestUser through membership in the DBRoleB database role and that the database role DBRoleB is member of the DBRoleA. Therefore the complete inheritance path is DBRoleA => DBRoleB => TestUser.

Summary

As mentioned through the article as as can be seen in the samples, the output of the stored procedure can bring you a clear insigths into rights assignments in your database environment and can be very helpfull for database rights auditing to get clear view of who has or does not has acces where, even there are multiple levels of complex roles membership.

Anyway, the one looking on the output must be clear, that the output does not provide information about the effective permissions of listed database principals.

Any somments and/or suggestions are welcomed.

Clone / Copy SSIS Server Variables Among Environments – sp_SSISCloneEnvironment on GitHub

You ahve SSSI projects deployed in the SSISDB catalog. You are using environments and environment variables for passing parameter values to SSIS Executables. This is a very common scenario.

You come to a situation that you need transfer the SSIS projects, environments and varaibles among different SSIS environments (DEV/TEST/QA/PROD). You already have bunch of environment variables defined in one of your environment and you need to transfer those to other environment.

Unfortunately there is no easy way to clone, copy or script the varaibles to transfer them to different environment. If you do not script them during creation in the SSMS, there is no option in SSMS to script them out. If you do not want to type all the varaibles manually again, you have to script those in some way.

Anyway the proper scripting or clonning is not completely trivial in case sensitive varaible values are being used as SSISDB uses multiple symmetric keys and certificates for the encryption and each Environment in the SSISDB has its own key and corresponding certificate. When cloning such sensitive value, the value needs to be decrypted with the source environment symmetric key and re-encrypted by the destination environment symmetric key.

sp_SSISCloneEnvironment

sp_SSISCloneEnvironment is a custom stored procedure which takes care about cloning the SSSI server variables among different environments in the same SSISDB catalog as well as it allows generate a script, which can be re-applied on even oon other SSIS Instance.

The stored procedure takes care about sensitive values re-encryption by proper certificate when clonning. As mentioned above, SSIS generates a separate symmetric key and certificate for each environment. To ensure proper future functionality, the stored procedure takes care about decryption of the sensitive variables when reading from current environment and re-encryption by proper destination environment symmetric key.

The stored procedure executes in the context of the AllSchemaOwner database user in the SSISDB, which ensure access to all areas of SSISDB including the needed certificates and symmetric keys. Only in areas where it needs to create a folder or environment it switches the context to the caller of the stored procedure as the procedures which are taking care abut the folder and environment creation must be executed under windows credentials.

The create scripts grants EXECUTE permission to the sssis_admin database role in the SSISDB catalog so the SSSIS admins can utilize that stored procedure.

Be carefull, anyone with EXECUTE permission on the stored procedure is capable of seeing decrypted sensitive values when printing the script. The script by default grants that permission to ssis_admin database role. If you want to keep that functionality only to sysadmins, remove the GRANT at the end of the script.

The complete source code for the sp_SSISCloneEnvironment is available in my SQL-Scripts project on GitHub in the SSISDB folder.

The syntax of the stored procedure is as follow:

sp_SSISCloneEnvironment
   @sourceFolder                = 'Source Folder Name'
  ,@sourceEnvironment           = 'Source Environment Name'
  ,@destinationFolder           = 'Destination Folder Name'
  ,@destinationEnvironment      = 'Destination Environment Name'
  ,@autoCreate                  = 1 --Auto Create Destination
  ,@printScript                 = 1 --Specifies that Create Script should be output instead of actual execution
  ,@decryptSensitiveInScript    = 1 --Specifies that the sensitive values should be decrypted in the create script

Currently when cloning the environment variables the destination environment must be empty if script is not being generated and the procedure is running in the non-interactive mode.

The generated script is also easily reusable as there are two variables in the beginning for specification of the destination folder and environment. By simple modification of those variables the script will generate the variables different environments.

Parameters

The procedure has several parameters where some are required and some optional

The core parameters are @sourceFolder, @sourceEnvironment and @destinationFolder. The @destinationEnvornment, @autoCreate, @printScript and @decryptSensistiveInScript are optional.

@source Folder

Specifies the source folder where the source environment is located

@sourceEnvironment

Specifies the name of the source environment from within source folder to be scripted

@destinationFolder

Name of the destination folder to wich the environment varaibles should be clonned.

@destinationEnvironment

Name of the destination environment to which the varaibles should be conned. This parameter is optional and if not provided, then the name of the source environment is used.

@autoCreate

Specifies whether the destination foolde and destination environment should be automatically crated if they do not exist. If the script is being generated then a statement which checks existence of the folder and environment are included in the script and missing folder and/or environment is automatically created if needed by the script.

Default value is 1 = true

@printScript

Specifies whether a script should be printed into the output window. If yes, then you simply copy the script from the output window and you can apply it immediatelly on other SSIS Instance.

Default value = 0, this means that the script executes within the SSISDB catalog and automatically clnes the variables

@decryptSensitiveInScript

Specifeis whether sensitive values should be decrypted in the script.If yes, then the values are part of the script in plain-text form, howver they are marked sensitive and will be encrypted after applying the script.

If the parameter is 0 (Default), then the sensitive values are not scripted out and instead NULL value is being scripted out. User must then fill those missing values priorexecution of the script.

Sample Output

Below is sample script generated by the stored procedure when @printScript=1 and @decryptSensitiveInScript=1

RAISERROR(N'sp_SSISCloneEnvironment v0.20 (2016-10-11) (C) 2016 Pavel Pawlowski', 0, 0) WITH NOWAIT;
RAISERROR(N'===================================================================', 0, 0) WITH NOWAIT;

DECLARE @destinationFolder nvarchar(128) = N'TEST' --Specify Destination Folder Name
DECLARE @destinationEnvironment nvarchar(128) = N'ClonedEnvironment' --Specify Destination Environment Name

--Checking for destination folder existence
IF NOT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM [SSISDB].[catalog].[folders] WHERE [name] = @destinationFolder)
BEGIN
    RAISERROR(N'Creating missing Folder [%s]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder) WITH NOWAIT;
    EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_folder] @folder_name = @destinationFolder
END

--Checking for destination environment existence
IF NOT EXISTS(
    SELECT 1
    FROM [SSISDB].[catalog].[environments] e
    INNER JOIN [SSISDB].[catalog].[folders] f ON f.folder_id = e.folder_id
    WHERE f.[name] = @destinationFolder AND e.[name] = @destinationEnvironment
)
BEGIN
    RAISERROR(N'Creating missing Environment [%s]\[%s]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT
    EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment] @folder_name = @destinationFolder, @environment_name = @destinationEnvironment, @environment_description = N''
END

--Checking for variables existence in destination eivnironment
IF EXISTS (
    SELECT 1
    FROM [SSISDB].[catalog].[environment_variables] ev
    INNER JOIN [SSISDB].[catalog].[environments] e ON e.environment_id = ev.environment_id
    INNER JOIN [SSISDB].[catalog].[folders] f ON f.folder_id = e.folder_id
    WHERE
        f.name = @destinationFolder AND e.name = @destinationEnvironment
)
BEGIN
    RAISERROR(N'Destination Environment [%s]\[%s] is not empty. Clear all variables prior clonning environment.', 15, 2, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
    RETURN;
END

--Environment variables creation
DECLARE @var sql_variant

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V1]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(bit, N'1');
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V1', @data_type=N'Boolean', @sensitive=False, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V10]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(sql_variant, N'This is string parameters');
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V10', @data_type=N'String', @sensitive=False, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V11]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(sql_variant, N'This is sensitive string'); --SENSITIVE
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V11', @data_type=N'String', @sensitive=True, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V12]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(datetime, N'2010-12-31T00:00:00'); --SENSITIVE
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V12', @data_type=N'DateTime', @sensitive=True, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V13]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(decimal(28, 18), N'99.990000000000000000'); --SENSITIVE
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V13', @data_type=N'Decimal', @sensitive=True, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V14]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(int, N'56'); --SENSITIVE
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V14', @data_type=N'Int32', @sensitive=True, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V2]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(tinyint, N'5');
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V2', @data_type=N'Byte', @sensitive=False, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V3]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(datetime, N'2016-01-01T00:00:00');
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V3', @data_type=N'DateTime', @sensitive=False, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V4]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(decimal(28, 18), N'12.390000000000000000');
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V4', @data_type=N'Decimal', @sensitive=False, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V5]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(float, N'156.987');
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V5', @data_type=N'Double', @sensitive=False, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V6]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(int, N'123456');
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V6', @data_type=N'Int32', @sensitive=False, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V7]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(bigint, N'987654321');
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V7', @data_type=N'Int64', @sensitive=False, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V8]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(smallint, N'9');
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V8', @data_type=N'SByte', @sensitive=False, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

RAISERROR(N'Creating variable [SSISDB]\[%s]\[%s]\[V9]', 0, 0, @destinationFolder, @destinationEnvironment) WITH NOWAIT;
SET @var = CONVERT(float, N'56');
EXEC [SSISDB].[catalog].[create_environment_variable] @variable_name=N'V9', @data_type=N'Single', @sensitive=False, @folder_name=@destinationFolder, @environment_name=@destinationEnvironment, @value=@var, @description=N''

SQL Server – Cloning User Rights – updated sp_CloneRights on GitHub

I’ve just made publicly available on GitHub a more advanced version of my original sp_CloneRights stored procedure I’ve posted in posted in past Cloning user rights in database.

The new stored procedure is available in my SQL-Scripts repository on GitHub under in the RightsManagement Folder.

The new stored procedure allows scripting of user rights for single or multiple users, it allows specification of the object classes for which permissions should be scripted and other things.

The stored procedure scripts mark the stored procedure as system stored procedure so when executed it runs in the context of current database.

Running the sp_CloneRights without any parameters will print help for the stored procedure.

Sample usages

Below are some sample usages and outputs

Getting Help


sp_CloneRights

will print for the stored procedure:


PRINT 'sp_CloneRights v0.20 (2015-05-14) (C) 2010-2015 Pavel Pawlowski'
PRINT '==============================================================='

Clones rights and/or group membership for specified user(s)

Usage:
[sp_CloneRights] parameters

Parameters:
    @user          sysname         = NULL  - Comma separated list of user names to sciprt rights. Supports wildcards when eg '%' means all users
   ,@newUser       sysname         = NULL  - New user to which copy rights. If New users is provided, @Old user must return exactly one record
   ,@scriptClass   nvarchar(max)   = NULL  - Comma separated list of permission classes to script. NULL = ALL
   ,@printOnly     bit             = 1     - When 1 then only script is printed on screen, when 0 then also script is executed, when NULL, script is only executed and not printed
                                        - When @newUser is not provided then it is always 1

ScriptClass                        Description
--------------------------------   -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ROLES_MEMBERSHIP                   Scripts roles membership
DATABASE                           Scripts permissions on Database
SCHEMA                             Scripts permissions on all schemas

OBJECT                             Scripts permissions on all schema scoped objects
TABLE                              Scripts permissions on user tables and/or table columns
SYSTEM_TABLE                       Scripts permissions on system tables and/or table columns. SYSTEM_TABLE must be explicitly specified
VIEW                               Scripts permissions on all views/andor view columns
STORED_PROCEDURE                   Scripts permissions on stored procedrues
SQL_STORED_PROCEDURE               Scripts permissions on SQL stored procedrues
CLR_STORED_PROCEDURE               Scripts permissions on CLR stored procedrues
EXTENDED_STORED_PROCEDURE          Scripts permissions on Extended stored procedrues. EXTENDED_STORED_PROCEDURE must be explicitly specified
FUNCTION                           Scripts permissions on all functions
SQL_FUNCTION                       Scripts permissions on all SQL functions
CLR_FUNCTION                       Scripts permissions on all CLR functions
INLINE_FUNCTION                    Scripts permissions on all inline table-valued functions
SCALAR_FUNCTION                    Scripts permissions on all scalar functions
TABLE_VALUED_FUNCTION              Scripts permissions on all table-valued functions
SQL_SCALAR_FUNCTION                Scripts permissions on all SQL scalar functions
SQL_TABLE_VALUED_FUNCTION          Scripts permissions on all SQL table-valued functions
CLR_SCALAR_FUNCTION                Scripts permissions on all CLR functions
CLR_TABLE_VALUED_FUNCTION          Scripts permissions on all CLR table-valued functions
AGGREGATE_FUNCTION                 Scripts permissions on all CLR aggregate functions
SYNONYM                            Scripts permissions on all synonyms
SEQUENCE                           Scripts permissions on all sequences

DATABASE_PRINCIPAL                 Scripts permissions on all database principals
ROLE                               Scripts permissions on all roles
APPLICATION_ROLE                   Scripts permissions on all application Roles
DATABASE_ROLE                      Scripts permissions on all database Roles
USER                               Scripts permissions on all users
WINDOWS_GROUP                      Scripts permissions on all Windows group users
SQL_USER                           Scripts permissions on all SQL users
WINDOWS_USER                       Scripts permissions on all Windows users
CERTIFICATE_MAPPED_USER            Scripts permissions on all certificate mapped users
ASYMMETRIC_KEY_MAPPED_USER         Scripts permissions on all asymmetric key mapped users

TYPE                               Scripts permissions on all Types
ASSEMBLY                           Scripts permissions on all assemblies
XML_SCHEMA_COLLECTION              Scripts permissions on all XML schema collections

SERVICE_BROKER                     Scripts permissions on all service broker related bojects
MESSAGE_TYPE                       Scripts permissions on all message types
SERVICE_CONTRACT                   Scripts permissions on all service contracts
SERVICE                            Scripts permissions on all services
REMOTE_SERVICE_BINDING             Scripts permissions on all remote service bindings
ROUTE                              Scripts permissions on all routes

FULLTEXT                           Scripts permissions on all Fulltext related objects (catalogs and stoplists)
FULLTEXT_CATALOG                   Scripts permissions on all fulltext catalogs
FULLTEXT_STOPLIST                  Scripts permissions on all fulltext stoplists

ENCRYP{TION                        Scripts permissions on all encryptions related objects
SYMMETRIC_KEY                      Scripts permissions on all symmetric keys
ASYMMETRIC_KEY                     Scripts permissions on all asymmetric keys
CERTIFICATE                        Scripts permissions on all certificates

Clone all rights of all users in the current database


sp_cloneRights '%'

Cloning users rights of the RSExecRole


sp_CloneRights 'RSExecRole'

Executing the above script in newly created Report Server database (standalone – not SharePoint integrated) will produce below output:


PRINT 'sp_CloneRights v0.20 (2015-05-14) (C) 2010-2015 Pavel Pawlowski'
PRINT '==============================================================='

--Database Context
USE [ReportServer]
SET XACT_ABORT ON

--===================================================================
PRINT N'Cloning permissions from [RSExecRole] to [RSExecRole]'
--===================================================================

PRINT N'Clonning Role Memberships'
-----------------------------------------------------------
EXEC sp_addrolemember @rolename = 'db_owner', @membername = 'RSExecRole'

PRINT N'Clonning permission on user tables'
-----------------------------------------------------------
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DBUpgradeHistory] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DBUpgradeHistory] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DBUpgradeHistory] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DBUpgradeHistory] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DBUpgradeHistory] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DataSets] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DataSets] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DataSets] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DataSets] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DataSets] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ServerUpgradeHistory] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ServerUpgradeHistory] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ServerUpgradeHistory] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ServerUpgradeHistory] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ServerUpgradeHistory] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Keys] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Keys] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Keys] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Keys] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Keys] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[History] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[History] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[History] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[History] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[History] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SubscriptionResults] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SubscriptionResults] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SubscriptionResults] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SubscriptionResults] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SubscriptionResults] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ConfigurationInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ConfigurationInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ConfigurationInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ConfigurationInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ConfigurationInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Favorites] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Favorites] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Favorites] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Favorites] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Favorites] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Catalog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Catalog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Catalog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Catalog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Catalog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SubscriptionsBeingDeleted] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SubscriptionsBeingDeleted] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SubscriptionsBeingDeleted] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SubscriptionsBeingDeleted] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SubscriptionsBeingDeleted] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ModelDrill] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ModelDrill] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ModelDrill] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ModelDrill] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ModelDrill] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Segment] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Segment] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Segment] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Segment] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Segment] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ChunkSegmentMapping] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ChunkSegmentMapping] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ChunkSegmentMapping] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ChunkSegmentMapping] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ChunkSegmentMapping] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ModelPerspective] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ModelPerspective] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ModelPerspective] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ModelPerspective] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ModelPerspective] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CachePolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CachePolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CachePolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CachePolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CachePolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SegmentedChunk] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SegmentedChunk] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SegmentedChunk] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SegmentedChunk] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SegmentedChunk] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Users] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Users] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Users] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Users] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Users] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLogStorage] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLogStorage] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLogStorage] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLogStorage] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLogStorage] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DataSource] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DataSource] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DataSource] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DataSource] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DataSource] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Policies] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Policies] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Policies] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Policies] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Policies] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SecData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SecData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SecData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SecData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SecData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Roles] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Roles] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Roles] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Roles] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Roles] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[PolicyUserRole] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[PolicyUserRole] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[PolicyUserRole] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[PolicyUserRole] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[PolicyUserRole] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Event] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Event] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Event] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Event] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Event] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Subscriptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Subscriptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Subscriptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Subscriptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Subscriptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ActiveSubscriptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ActiveSubscriptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ActiveSubscriptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ActiveSubscriptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ActiveSubscriptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SnapshotData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SnapshotData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SnapshotData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SnapshotData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SnapshotData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ChunkData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ChunkData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ChunkData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ChunkData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ChunkData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Notifications] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Notifications] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Notifications] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Notifications] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Notifications] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Batch] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Batch] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Batch] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Batch] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Batch] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Schedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Schedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Schedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Schedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Schedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ReportSchedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ReportSchedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ReportSchedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ReportSchedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ReportSchedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT DELETE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[RunningJobs] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT INSERT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[RunningJobs] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[RunningJobs] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[RunningJobs] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT UPDATE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[RunningJobs] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]

PRINT N'Clonning permission on views'
-----------------------------------------------------------
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedDataSets] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedDataSets] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog3] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog3] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedDataSources] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedDataSources] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog2] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog2] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]

PRINT N'Clonning permission on SQL stored procedures'
-----------------------------------------------------------
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateSegmentedChunk] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetTaskProperties] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ReadChunkSegment] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteTask] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[WriteChunkSegment] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetSchedulesReports] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateChunkSegment] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[EnforceCacheLimits] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[IsSegmentedChunk] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AddReportSchedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ShallowCopyChunk] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteReportSchedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeepCopySegment] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetSnapShotSchedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[RemoveSegmentedMapping] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateTimeBasedSubscriptionSchedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[RemoveSegment] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetTimeBasedSubscriptionSchedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[MigrateExecutionLog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AddRunningJob] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[TempChunkExists] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[RemoveRunningJob] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateEditSession] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdateRunningJob] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendEditSessionLifetime] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetMyRunningJobs] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CleanExpiredEditSessions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ListRunningJobs] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetCacheLastUsed] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CleanExpiredJobs] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetSharePointPathsForUpgrade] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateObject] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetSharePointSchedulePathsForUpgrade] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteObject] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[FindObjectsNonRecursive] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpgradeSharePointPaths] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[FindObjectsRecursive] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpgradeSharePointSchedulePaths] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[FindParents] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetDataSets] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[FindObjectsByLink] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AddDataSet] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetIDPairsByLink] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteDataSets] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetChildrenBeforeDelete] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetDataSetForExecution] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetAllProperties] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetParameters] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetObjectContent] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdateSubscriptionResult] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[LoadForDefinitionCheck] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[FindKpiItemsByDataSet] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[LoadForRepublishing] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetAllFavoriteItems] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[FindFavoriteableItemsNonRecursive] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[RebindDataSource] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[FindFavoriteableItemsRecursive] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[RebindDataSet] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[IsFavoriteItem] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetUserServiceToken] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[RemoveItemFromFavorites] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetUserServiceToken] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AddItemToFavorites] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetUserSettings] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetUserSettings] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetCompiledDefinition] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetReportForExecution] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetReportParametersForExecution] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[MoveObject] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetDBVersion] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ObjectExists] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetAllProperties] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[FlushCacheByID] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[FlushReportFromCache] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetParameters] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetObjectContent] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetLastModified] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetNameById] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AddDataSource] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetDataSources] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetKeysForInstallation] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteDataSources] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetAnnouncedKey] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ChangeStateOfDataSource] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AnnounceOrGetKey] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[FindItemsByDataSource] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetMachineName] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[FindItemsByDataSet] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ListInstallations] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[FindItemsByDataSourceRecursive] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ListSubscriptionIDs] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateRole] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ListInfoForReencryption] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetRoles] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetDatasourceInfoForReencryption] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteRole] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetReencryptedDatasourceInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ReadRoleProperties] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetSubscriptionInfoForReencryption] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetRoleProperties] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetReencryptedSubscriptionInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetPoliciesForRole] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetClientSecret] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdatePolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetUserServiceTokenForReencryption] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetPolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetReencryptedUserServiceToken] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetSystemPolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteEncryptedContent] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetModelItemPolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteKey] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdatePolicyPrincipal] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetAllConfigurationInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdatePolicyRole] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetOneConfigurationInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetPolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetConfigurationInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetSystemPolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AddEvent] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeletePolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteEvent] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateSession] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CleanEventRecords] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteModelItemPolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AddExecutionLogEntry] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteAllModelItemPolicies] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExpireExecutionLogEntries] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetModelItemInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetUserIDBySid] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetModelDefinition] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetUserIDByName] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AddModelPerspective] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetUserID] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteModelPerspectives] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetUserIDWithNoCreate] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetModelsAndPerspectives] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetPrincipalID] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetModelPerspectives] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateSubscription] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DereferenceSessionSnapshot] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeliveryRemovedInactivateSubscription] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetSessionData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AddSubscriptionToBeingDeleted] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[WriteLockSession] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[RemoveSubscriptionFromBeingDeleted] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CheckSessionLock] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteSubscription] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetSessionData] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetSubscription] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetSnapshotFromHistory] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ListSubscriptionsUsingDataSource] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CleanExpiredSessions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdateSubscriptionStatus] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CleanExpiredCache] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdateSubscriptionLastRunInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetSessionCredentials] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdateSubscription] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetSessionParameters] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[InvalidateSubscription] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ClearSessionSnapshot] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CleanNotificationRecords] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[RemoveReportFromSession] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateSnapShotNotifications] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CleanBrokenSnapshots] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateDataDrivenNotification] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CleanOrphanedSnapshots] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateNewActiveSubscription] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetCacheOptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdateActiveSubscription] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetCacheOptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteActiveSubscription] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AddReportToCache] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateCacheUpdateNotifications] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetExecutionOptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetCacheSchedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetExecutionOptions] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteNotification] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdateSnapshot] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetNotificationAttempt] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateChunkAndGetPointer] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateTimeBasedSubscriptionNotification] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[WriteChunkPortion] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteTimeBasedSubscriptionSchedule] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetChunkPointerAndLength] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ListUsedDeliveryProviders] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetChunkInformation] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AddBatchRecord] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ReadChunkPortion] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetBatchRecords] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CopyChunksOfType] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteBatchRecords] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteSnapshotAndChunks] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CleanBatchRecords] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteOneChunk] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CleanOrphanedPolicies] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateRdlChunk] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[IncreaseTransientSnapshotRefcount] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeletePersistedStreams] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DecreaseTransientSnapshotRefcount] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteExpiredPersistedStreams] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[MarkSnapshotAsDependentOnUser] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeletePersistedStream] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetSnapshotProcessingFlags] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AddPersistedStream] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetSnapshotChunksVersion] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[LockPersistedStream] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[LockSnapshotForUpgrade] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[WriteFirstPortionPersistedStream] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[InsertUnreferencedSnapshot] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[WriteNextPortionPersistedStream] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[PromoteSnapshotInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetFirstPortionPersistedStream] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdateSnapshotPaginationInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetPersistedStreamError] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetSnapshotPromotedInfo] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetNextPortionPersistedStream] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[AddHistoryRecord] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetSnapshotChunks] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetHistoryLimit] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetDrillthroughReports] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ListHistory] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteDrillthroughReports] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CleanHistoryForReport] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetDrillthroughReports] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CleanAllHistories] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetDrillthroughReport] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteHistoryRecord] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetUpgradeItems] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteAllHistoryForReport] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[SetUpgradeItemStatus] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[DeleteHistoriesWithNoPolicy] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetPolicyRoots] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[Get_sqlagent_job_status] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetDataSourceForUpgrade] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateTask] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetSubscriptionsForUpgrade] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdateTask] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[StoreServerParameters] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdateScheduleNextRunTime] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetServerParameters] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ListScheduledReports] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CleanExpiredServerParameters] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ListTasks] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CopyChunks] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ListTasksForMaintenance] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[CreateNewSnapshotVersion] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ClearScheduleConsistancyFlags] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[UpdateSnapshotReferences] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetAReportsReportAction] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[OpenSegmentedChunk] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT EXECUTE ON OBJECT::[dbo].[GetTimeBasedSubscriptionReportAction] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]

PRINT N'Clonning permission on SQL inline table-valued functions'
-----------------------------------------------------------
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedCatalog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedCatalog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]

Scripting RSExecRole Rights on Views and SQL In-Line Table Valued Functions


sp_CloneRights @user = 'RSExecRole', @scriptClass='VIEW,SQL_FUNCTION'

This will produce a below script:


PRINT 'sp_CloneRights v0.20 (2015-05-14) (C) 2010-2015 Pavel Pawlowski'
PRINT '==============================================================='

--Database Context
USE [ReportServer]
SET XACT_ABORT ON

--===================================================================
PRINT N'Cloning permissions from [RSExecRole] to [RSExecRole]'
--===================================================================

PRINT N'Clonning permission on views'
-----------------------------------------------------------
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedDataSets] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedDataSets] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog3] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog3] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedDataSources] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedDataSources] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog2] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog2] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]

PRINT N'Clonning permission on SQL inline table-valued functions'
-----------------------------------------------------------
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedCatalog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedCatalog] TO [RSExecRole] AS [dbo]

Generating script for granting rights of RSExecRole Rights on Views and SQL In-Line Table Valued Functions to MyNewUser


sp_CloneRights @user = 'RSExecRole', @newUser='MyNewUser', @scriptClass='VIEW,SQL_FUNCTION'

Produces the requested script with below output:


PRINT 'sp_CloneRights v0.20 (2015-05-14) (C) 2010-2015 Pavel Pawlowski'
PRINT '==============================================================='

--Database Context
USE [ReportServer]
SET XACT_ABORT ON

--===================================================================
PRINT N'Cloning permissions from [RSExecRole] to [MyNewUser]'
--===================================================================

PRINT N'Clonning permission on views'
-----------------------------------------------------------
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedDataSets] TO [MyNewUser] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedDataSets] TO [MyNewUser] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog3] TO [MyNewUser] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog3] TO [MyNewUser] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog] TO [MyNewUser] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog] TO [MyNewUser] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedDataSources] TO [MyNewUser] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedDataSources] TO [MyNewUser] AS [dbo]
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog2] TO [MyNewUser] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExecutionLog2] TO [MyNewUser] AS [dbo]

PRINT N'Clonning permission on SQL inline table-valued functions'
-----------------------------------------------------------
GRANT REFERENCES ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedCatalog] TO [MyNewUser] AS [dbo]
GRANT SELECT ON OBJECT::[dbo].[ExtendedCatalog] TO [MyNewUser] AS [dbo]

Any comments bug reports or suggestions for improvements are welcomed.

SQL Server 2016 Mobile Reports – Issue with Time Navigator for dynamic query parameters

SQL Server 2016 brings new kind of reports – Mobile Reports which are DataZen product integrated into SQL Server 2016.

It brings many new possibilities but also some pitfalls a user must be aware when developing reports.

Time Navigator Parameters Problem

One of those pitfalls is a Time Navigator if you want to use it for passing dynamic query parameters. It works correctly if you have a local time zone set to UTC (but nobody is using that time zone). The problem appears if you start to use it with different local time zones and need to pass the selected date ranges to Shared Dataset for dynamic query processing.

The problem is that Time Navigator is providing the SelectedStartTime, SelectedEndTime, ViewportStartTime and ViewportEndTime as UTC Date/Time Strings. This means in the yyyy-MM-ddThh:mm:ss.fffZ format eg. 2016-01-01T00:00:00.000Z. This itself would not be a problem but problem is that the report client is automatically shifting the selected range by the current user Time Zone offset including the daylight saving time at the selected date.

If your current time zone would be UTC where everything works properly then For example if you select in the Time Navigator a date 2016-01-01, the SelectedStartTime will provide 2016-01-01T00:00:0Z and SelectedEndTime will provide 2016-01-02T00:00:00.000Z. This is OK as you proces that information on the Server as interval <2016-01-0100:00:00Z; 2016-01-02T00:00:00.000Z).

However if you are in different time zone, as it was mentioned above, the provided stamps are shifted by the current time zone including a daylight saving. This means if you would be in UTC+1 the SelectedStartTime will provide 2015-12-31T23:00:00Z and SelectedEndTime will provide 2016-01-01T23:00:00Z.

In case of UTC-6 SelectedStartTime will provide 2016-01-01T06:00:00Z and SelectedEndTime will provide 2016-01-02T06:00:00Z.

As you can see, in case you are developing a report for users within single time zone, this would not be a big problem as you can deal with that. However if you are developing reports for enterprise users and the requests are arriving from different time zones, you always receive different time stamps. What more, in the time stamp there is no information about the originating time zone as the parameter is sent as plain string. The biggest issue of that is that because of that time shift handled on the user side, you may receive different start and end dates from what user selected.

Problem Demo

Let’s create an easy demonstration of that problem. Create a new Mobile Report, place a Time Navigator on the surface and in the Time intervals include Years, Months, Days.

mobilereport_timenavigator1

Then we need to create a testing Data Set on the Server. Let’s create a very simple Data Set, which will simply return the passed Start Date and End Date back to the client including the information about the parameter.

DECLARE @type sql_variant = @StartDate;
SELECT
    @StartDate AS StartDate
   ,@EndDate AS EndDate
   ,@Unit AS TimeUnit
   ,SQL_VARIANT_PROPERTY(@type, 'BaseType') AS StartDateDataType

We are adding the @type sql_variant to see what kind of data type is arriving to SQL Server. As we are creating a parameterized Data Set which will be used by Mobile Report, you have to set a default values for the parameters.

mobilereport_timenavigatorissue_datasetmobilereport_timenavigatorissue_datasetproperties

Once we have the Data Set ready, add it into the Mobile Report and Set the Parameters Binding.

mobilereport_timenavigatorissue_dataset2

MobileReport_TimeNavigatorIssue_DataSet3.png

After that we can add a Data Grid to the design surface which will show us the passed parameters.

MobileReport_TimeNavigatorIssue_DataGrid1.png

And Bind it to our parameterized Data Set

mobilereport_timenavigatorissue_datagrid2

Testing the Parameters

Once we have the testing report ready, we can start playing with it to demonstrate the problem.

UTC

First let’s check how it looks when the report is being run in the (UTC) Coordinated Universal Time.

Head to the Settings and se the UTC Time Zone. Also note that the UTC does not allow adjusting for daylight saving time.

mobilereport_timenavigatorissue_timezoneutc

And the Result is here:

MobileReport_TimeNavigatorIssue_TimeZoneUTCTest.png

We can clearly see, that for the whole year 2015 period the Start Date was passed as 2015-01-01T00:00:00.000Z and the end date was passed as 2016-01-01T00:00:00.000Z. This is correct and expected values which should be received. We also see, that we have received the parameter as nvarchar, this means plain string.

UTC+1

Now head again to settings and switch the Time Zone to some of the UTC+1 zones. And Ensure, that you also select one with automatic daylight saving time

mobilereport_timenavigatorissue_timezoneutc1

And Let’s make some tests.

MobileReport_TimeNavigatorIssue_TimeZoneUTC+1Test1.png

Here we can see, that for the whole year 2015 both the Start Date and End Date was shifted by the zone offset. So now we received the Start Date as 2014-12-31T23:00:00.000Z and End Date as 2015-12-31T23:00:00.000Z.

Now Select some month where the daylight saving is in effect. For example June.

MobileReport_TimeNavigatorIssue_TimeZoneUTC+1Test2.png

Here we can see, that the dates were shifted by the time zone offset as well the daylight time saving amount, this means shifted by 2 hours. The result is that Date Start was passed as 2015-05-31T22:00:00.000Z and End Date was passed as 2015-06-30T22:00:00.000Z.

Let’s take a look on different month during which the daylight saving change occurs, for Example March.

mobilereport_timenavigatorissue_timezoneutc1test3

Here we can clearly see, that the Start Date is shifted by one hour as the daylight saving was not in effect however the End Date is shifted by 2 hour as the daylight saving was on during that time. So Results are for Start Date 2015-02-28T23:00:00.000Z and End Date 2015-03-31T22:00:00.000Z.

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The same behavior we can see during the day to which the daylight saving went into effect. In case of year 2015 it was March 29. In that case we receive Start Date 2015-03-28T23:00:00.000Z and End Date 2015-03-29T22:00:00.000Z

UTC-6

Again head to the settings and adjust the time zone to TUC-6, e.g. Central Time.

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And repeat some tests

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Here we can see, that the dates were again shifted. This time the oposit way compared to the “plus” time zones. So for the whole year 2015 the Date Start we have 215-01-01T06:00:00.000Z and End Date as 2016-01-01T06:00:00.000Z.

As mentioned the same behavior we would see for all the tests.

Dealing with the issue

Ad mentioned at the beginning of that post. In case you develop a report which will use only users in one time zone and you know that those users are not travelling to different time zones when consuming the report the problem is not so big. as you adjust your eventual parameters processing for your time zone.

However if you develop an enterprise solution when the reports are using users around the globe from different time zones, you have to count with that. As it is clearly visible, you can receive different dates for different Time Zones.

As we saw from the test. in case for the Whole year of 2015 we receive

From that if you focus on whole dates, you can for example shift the dates by +1 in case eg. the Time Part of the received Start/End date string is for example greater or equal to 12:00:00 pm and do nothing with that parameter is the Start/End Date is till 12:00:00 pm.

No 100 % bullet proof solution

This will work for most common scenarios, but is not 100 % bullet proof if you have report users in time zones in more that +12. In case you would have users in +13 or +14 time zone and at the same time users in the -11 time zone, then there is no solution for such situation in case you go to the day level.

Let’s take a look a on a situation when use from UTC+14 (Kiritimati Island) time zone selects date 2015-01-05:

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Date Start is 2015-01-04T10:00:00.00Z and Date End is 2015-01-05T10:00:00.00Z

And now another users in the UTC-10 (Hawaii) selects a date 2015-01-04:

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Here we again receive Date Start 2015-01-04T10:00:00.000Z and Date End 2015-01-05T10:00:00.000Z.

Because no information about the originating time zone of the user running the report is being passed to the date set on the report server and underlying database, we are not able to distinguish between those two different cases.

I can imagine a scenario in which this behavior would be useful, but in most cases this is not a wanted functionality. There is no setting in the report or report server to enable/disable this behavior and the report developer has to be very careful about that.

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