Views are created using “CREATE VIEW” and “SELECT” commands. We can create the views whenever we require. In this blog, you will learn to create views.
Views allow you to bind or hide the difficulties or enable restricted access to a little bit of data.
For creating a view, we use the “CREATE VIEW” command:
create view view_name as select_statement;
create view category1_2_products1_u as select * from products1 Where category1 = 2;
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View to restrict read access to only particular columns:
Create view category_products_basic_u as select category1, name1, unit_price1 from products1
A View that displays top 12 products that offer highest sold value:
create view top_12_product1_v as select top 12 p1.name1, p1.category1, p1.unit_price1, ps1.quantity_sold1, p1.unit_price1 * ps1.quantity_sold1 as sold_value1 from product1 p1 left join products_sold1 ps1 on p1.id = ps1.product_id order by sold_value1 desc;
We create views for displaying the chosen columns and rows in multiple tables. I hope this information is adequate for working with views.
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