In this blog, I will show step by step how to create a SQL Views in SQL Server. explain how its works and why we need to do this. Let’s Go.
I. What is SQL Views
A Views in SQL are kind of virtual tables. A view also has rows and columns as they are in a real table in the database. We can create a view by selecting fields from one or more tables present in the database. A View can either have all the rows of a table or specific rows based on certain conditions.
Views are virtual tables that can be a great way to optimize your database experience. Not only are views good for defining a table without using extra storage, but they also accelerate data analysis and can provide your data extra security.
II. Create Database and Tables
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III. Create SQL Views
Let us proceed to create SQL Views; I am assuming that you are connected and open your SQL Server Database. Please follow this. Databases -> testDB-> Views. At this moment I am using the testDB that I have created in a past tutorial about how to create Databases and Tables. and also used for the content of creating Stored Procedures.
- Right click the Views and click New View…
- Then Select Databases Table and click Add.
- I created two SQL Views
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