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Publisher property sheet: Authorities tab


The Authorities tab of the Publisher property sheet has the following components:

DBA    Select this option to grant DBA authority to the publisher; a user with DBA authority can fully administer the database.

Resource    Select this option to grant resource authority to the publisher; a user with resource authority can create database objects.

Remote DBA    Select this option to grant Remote DBA authority to the publisher. The MobiLink client utility, dbmlsync, requires Remote DBA authority. The SQL Remote Message Agent should also be run using a user ID with this type of authority to ensure that actions can be performed without creating security loopholes.

Backup    Select this option to grant backup authority to the publisher.

Validate    Select this option to grant validate authority to the publisher; a user with validate authority can perform the operations executed by the different VALIDATE statements, such as database, table, index, and checksum validation.

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