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Message Posted: Mon, 19 Mar 2001 @ 19:22:31 GMT
As a rule, end users do not have CREATE TABLE access. They access the database using a DSS tool or VB applications only. They have no knowledge of DML, let alone DDL.
Developers are not allowed to create any objects in their own database. This would be a maintenance nightmare.
Instead, we have one test database for each production database. They are allowed to create tables, views, and macros in the test databases. They are responsible for cleaning up the test databases when they get low on perm space.
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