Sql Server – Integration Services Catalogs – Permission Management Using SSMS


Let us quickly review how we can use SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) to manage the Integration Services Catalogs.



Here is our journey so far …

  1. Sql Server – Integration Services – SSIS Catalog ( SSISDB ) – Metadata – List Parameters
  2. Sql Server – Integration Services – SSIS Catalog ( SSISDB ) – Metadata – List Permissions



SQL Server Management Studio ( SSMS )


Here are the steps:

  1. Launch SQL Server Management Studio ( SSMS)
  2. Connect to the SQL Server Instance
  3. Under the SQL Server Instance, if an Integration Service Catalog has previously been created, look for the Integration Services Catalog Node
  4. Under the Integration Services Catalog Node, the database will appear
  5. Access the database, review the list of folders listed
    • Under each folder, Projects and Environments are listed
  6. We will be granting permissions at the Folder level
  7. Return to the Folder, right click on the Folder and from the dropdown menu select “Folder Properties”
  8. The Folder Properties window appears
    • In the Folder Properties window there are two pages, the General and Permissions
  9. In the Folder Properties window access the Permissions page
  10. The permissions available at the Folder Level appears
    • The permissions available includes Read, Modify, Manage Permissions, Create Objects, Modify Objects, Execute Objects, Read Objects, and Manage Object Permissions
    • Delegation of Tasks
      • For developers, the most common permissions to grant are the read permissions ( Read & Read Objects )
      • For Operation DBAs, all permissions outside of execute permissions can be granted
      • Ffr the Proxy Service account that scheduled jobs will run under, please grant the Read and Execute permissions



Object Explorer

Folder Properties

Folder Properties – Permissions


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