One annoyance I have with SQL Server 2005's right click "Script As...Create" is that permissions on the object(s) to be scripted are not included by default.
You can change this in SSMS by going to Tools, Options and then selecting "Scripting" from the tree. There are lots of options for changing how scripts are generated - see this MSDN entry for the full rundown on scripting options.
To add permissions to the "Script As...Create", scroll down to "Object scripting properties", and set "Script permissions" to "True". Done!
Now if only I could get a DROP in the script before the create...
Tags: sql server, script, management studio
posted @ Sunday, May 18, 2008 11:00 PM