Granting Table Permissions

Grant table access permission to users, groups, or roles.

Table owners and database owners can grant database object permissions on a table.

  1. In the left pane of the Administration Console, expand ASE Servers > Schema Objects > Tables, then choose one of the following:
    • User Tables
    • Proxy Tables
  2. Click the Name field of the table, then click the drop-down arrow and select Properties.
  3. In the left pane, click Permissions.
  4. Click Grant to grant access permissions for the selected object.
  5. On the Welcome screen, select the type of grantee:
    • Users
    • Groups
    • Roles
  6. On the Grantee screen, select one or more grantees.
  7. On the Columns and Options screen, select the columns on which to set permissions.
  8. On the Permission screen:
    1. Select the types of permissions allowed for the selected grantees.
      Select Look at information in a table or view
      Insert Insert rows into a table or view
      Delete Delete rows from a table or view
      Update Update rows in a table or view. This may be granted on a set of columns in a table only
      References Create indexes on a table, and to create foreign keys that reference a table
      Transfer Incremental transfer. (Available on SAP ASE 15.5 and higher)
      Identity_insert (Available when granular permissions is enabled) Explicitly insert a value into an IDENTITY table.
      Identity_update (Available when granular permissions is enabled) Explicitly update the value of the IDENTITY on a table.
    2. (Optional) Click With grant option to allow the specified users to grant object access permissions to other users.
    3. (Optional) Click With predicated privileges.
    4. Enter the where search conditions.
      The search conditions act as a row filter, with the where clause specified on select, update, or delete. Search conditions can use all syntax allowed in a generic where clause.
    5. (Optional) Enter a correlation name.
      The correlation name is an alias for referencing columns in the selected table within the where clause.
    6. (Optional) Enter a name for the predicate.
  9. (Optional) Click Summary to review your selected options.
Related tasks
Revoking Table Permissions
Granting Column Permissions
Revoking Column Permissions