Hi Mana -
You can change the default database for a user at any time.
After your NS database is create (or after you create your instance if
you are using an existing database), you can make use of database
roles provided SQLNS. Using roles such as NSRunService,
NSSubscriberAdmin, etc, make considering security much easier.
for more information on the roles.
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On 15 Feb 2006 01:02:43 -0800, "Mana" <[email protected]> wrote:
>I want to create subscriptions with help of condition actions so that
>they ll be flexible.
><SqlLogin> is the child of <ConditionAction> element. I read in MSDN
>that the user mentioned in <SqlLogin> must be created before creating
>the instance and application of notification service. When I tried to
>create a new login it asked me for the default database.
>Now since the instance and applications are not created; therefore I
>cant specify the database while creating the user.
>My query is
>1. Do I have to specify the default database while creating user or is
>there any way to specify database later when the application and
>instance databases are created?
>2. If there is no way to do above mentioned actions then is it fine if
>I create and empty SQL server database and give it as default database,
>And then mention the same empty databasename in <Database> element of
>ICF and ADF.