Summary: Configuring Permissions on Database Objects
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Logins give users permissions to connect to SQL Server. Users are logins that can access a specific database. Use the GRANT statement to give users permission to read and to access and change the data.
A view is a single SELECT statement and looks like a table to the user. A stored procedure is one or more Transact-SQL statements that execute as a batch.