If the developer will not share this information, then it may be because
they are protecting the data as proprietary information, or that they just
don't want users messing with the data (i.e. some accounting applications
with audit trails), since once you have the owner name, you can pretty
much do what you want with the data.
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I logged in to my W2K system with a login name and a
password. I launched SQL Server 7 EM and created a
Database. SQL Server EM displays the
domain_name\my_user_name for the database OWNER on the
I created a New Database User in my New Database and
checked both public and db_owner Role memebership
In the Security folder I clicked on the Logins and
Selected my New User. I made sure the dafault database
for this login is my New Database and i have the Server
Administrators Server Role checkbox checked.
I launched our custom application and entered my New SQL
Server 7 User login and Password and created our tables.
Tables were created and the OWNER listed for the OWNER
column is 'dbo' and not the New User name i entered in our
Can some one tell me why i don't see the New User name i
entered for the login being listed under the OWNER column.