Finding A Schema’s Owner

Jack Vamvas shows how to find out which user owns a particular schema in a database:

Question: How can I find the owner of a SQL Server schema ?   I want o find the owner through a t-sql solultion , rather than looking through the GUI.

Answer: To find a schema owner you can use either sys.schema view or the information_schema.schemata. Since SQL 2005,  information_schema.schemata has come into line with sys.schema.     information_schema.schemata returns schemas just from the current database.

Click through for simple examples of both methods.

Related Posts

Sizing Azure SQL Database

Arun Sirpal takes us through finding the right size for Azure SQL Database: Do you want to identify the correct Service Tier and Compute Size ( was once known as performance level) for your Azure SQL Database? How would you go about it? Would you use the DTU (Database Transaction Unit) calculator? What about the […]

Read More

Cleaning Up After Yourself in Azure Data Factory

Rayis Imayev shows how you can automatically delete old files in Azure Data Factory: File management may not be at the top of my list of priorities during data integration projects. I assume that once I learn enough about sourcing data systems and target destination platform, I’m ready to design and build a data integration […]

Read More

Categories

August 2018
MTWTFSS
« Jul Sep »
 12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
2728293031