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Your company is developing a new business intelligence application that will access data in a Microsoft Azure SQL Database instance. All objects in the instance have the same owner.
A new security principal named BI_User requires permission to run stored procedures in the database.
The stored procedures read from and write to tables in the database. None of the stored procedures perform IDENTIFY_INSERT operations or dynamic SQL commands.
The scope of permissions and authentication of BI_User should be limited to the database. When granting permissions, you should use the principle of least privilege.
You need to create the required security principals and grant the appropriate permissions.
Solution: You run the following Transact-SQL statement in the master database:
CREATE LOGIN BI_User WITH PASSWORD = 'Pa$$wrd'
You run the following Transact-SQL statement in the business intelligence database:
Does the solution meet the goal?