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Mining Model Security

SQL Server 2000

Mining Model Security

The type and scope of access to a data mining model by end users in a mining model role is determined by the settings in the mining model role. An end user can access only those mining models that are assigned a role containing that end user's user name.

A database role provides defaults for the mining model roles of the same name, but default role memberships can be overridden in the mining model roles. After a database role is created, it can be assigned to any mining model in the database. This action grants the end users in the database role access to the mining model and creates a mining model role with the same name as the database role. Database roles are assigned to cubes in the Mining Models tab of the Database Role dialog box or in Mining Model Role Manager.

See Also

Creating Mining Model Roles

Creating Security Roles

Database, Cube, and Mining Model Roles

Database Role Manager

Mining Model Role Manager

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