In this chapter:
SQL Server 2005 introduces a new model for managing the fundamental units of data within databases. All data within a database is contained within a Database object. Each Database object contains Schema objects and those Schema objects contain the tables, indexes, views, and other objects that make up the database. So there are three basic levels of scoping and ownership:
Database. Includes all objects defined within a database and is owned by a specific user.
Schema. Includes all objects defined within ...