Views are defined as the important objects that are created and maintained in the database schemas. We create views for displaying chosen columns or rows in multiple tables. When we don’t require those views, we can drop them. In this blog, we will learn to drop the views.
For dropping the View, we use the “DROP VIEW” command:
drop view category_2_products1_u;
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By the end of this blog, you will be able to drop the unnecessary views. I hope this information is sufficient for dropping the views.
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