SQL Server Audit Log Event ID 24267

SourceSQL Server (LOGbinder SQL)
Action GroupSCHEMA_OBJECT_PERMISSION_CHANGE_GROUP
Windows Security Log
Category
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Object Access
 • Application Generated
Type Success
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24267: Issued revoke XML schema collection permissions command (action_id R class_type SX)

This is an event from SQL Server audit event from LOGbinder SQL generated by Action Group  SCHEMA_OBJECT_PERMISSION_CHANGE_GROUP.

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A command to revoke permissions to an XML schema collection was issued

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Description Fields in 24267

FieldDescription
OccurredWhen event was reported by SQL Server
Authorization resultIf the command passed authorization checks
Session IDID of the session on which the event occurred
User
Server
DatabaseDatabase affected by the event
Target object
 IDTarget object ID
 NameTarget object name
 Permission bitmaskTarget object permission bitmask
StatementTransact-SQL statement

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Examples of 24267

Issued revoke XML schema collection permissions command
A command to revoke permissions to an XML schema collection was issued
Action Group: SCHEMA_OBJECT_PERMISSION_CHANGE_GROUP
Occurred: 8/22/2013 6:07:52.0000000 PM
Authorization result: Access allowed
Session ID: 67
User: LB\Administrator
Server: DEV3
Database: TestDatabase
Target Object
  ID: 65536
  Name: TestSchemaCollection
  Permission bitmask: System.Byte[]
Statement: REVOKE ALTER ON XML SCHEMA COLLECTION::[dbo].[TestSchemaCollection] TO [TestUser2]

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