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I am using SQL Server 2008 R2.

step 1. I create a login user named 'mtcs', just a user ,no database mapping.

step 2. I create a database named 'DBMTCS', and ,I assign the 'mtcs' as owner to database 'DBMTCS'.

step 3. After step1,2, I want change the schema from the User Mapping of the user 'mtcs' ,but can not.

step 1. I create a database named 'DBMTCS', the owner is default.

step 2. I create a login user 'mtcs', than I do the user mapping, I changed the schema of 'DBMTCS'.

step 3. I change the owner of 'DBMTCS', but can not.

Before this test, I just want to create a database which has its own user and schema.Still not complete. so there I have 2 questions:

1.Whats the difference between the database OWNER and login user MAPPING?

2.How to change the schema of the database?

Thanks in advance
Posted 12-Nov-12 22:32pm
digimanus at 13-Nov-12 5:48am
an explanation can be found here

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