After installing the latest version of Red Gate SQL Source Control many of our non-sys-admin users were unable to see who had made changes to a database object.
After reading all the documentation and applying the suggested permission changes we found that we were still lacking some of the needed permissions to get this working. After looking through exception details in the log files we were able to get all the right permissions setup. Use the script below to grant your user/group the necessary rights.
USE master go GRANT ALTER TRACE TO [UserHere] GO GRANT VIEW SERVER STATE TO [UserHere] go GRANT SELECT ON sys.sql_expression_dependencies TO [UserHere] GO USE tempdb go GRANT EXECUTE ON tempdb .dbo. RG_WhatsChanged_v4 TO [UserHere] GO GRANT CREATE TABLE TO [UserHere] GO GRANT ALTER on SCHEMA::dbo TO [UserHere] go