Checking Users And Principals

Shane O’Neill walks through a permissions issue and cautions against jumping the gun:

All the above is what I did.

Trying to fix the permission error, I granted SELECT permission.
Trying to fix the ownership chain, I transferred ownership.
Mainly in trying to fix the problem, I continually jumped the gun.
Which is why I am still a Junior DBA.

To be fair, I’d argue that if you intended to have replicated objects live in a different schema, the second action was fine.  Regardless, the advice is sound.

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