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Work with existing Views

Work with existing Views: Visual Studio Essential Training: 11 Data Tools
Work with existing Views: Visual Studio Essential Training: 11 Data Tools

Views are a feature of Relational Database Systems. They provide a way to save a query and reuse it when needed. Views have several advantages, you can build a complex query with joins to other tables, yet use it as if it was a real table. Also, you can strip out columns from tables when the user security levels are not sufficient to see confidential or sensitive data. This tutorial examines several existing Views, showing the code in the View and how to execute the view to see the results in the SQL Server Data Tools. Views are a feature of Relational Database Systems. They provide a way to save a query and reuse it when needed. Views have several advantages, you can build a complex query with joins to other tables, yet use it as if it was a real table. Also, you can strip out columns from tables when the user security levels are not sufficient to see confidential or sensitive data. This tutorial examines several existing Views, showing the code in the View and how to execute the view to see the results in the SQL Server Data Tools. Views are a feature of Relational Database Systems. They provide a way to save a query and reuse it when needed. Views have several advantages, you can build a complex query with joins to other tables, yet use it as if it was a real table. Also, you can strip out columns from tables when the user security levels are not sufficient to see confidential or sensitive data. This tutorial examines several existing Views, showing the code in the View and how to execute the view to see the results in the SQL Server Data Tools.

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Q: This course was updated on 08/23/2017. What changed?

A: The following topics were updated: installing the SSDT features and why LocalDB is essential for developers.

Skills covered in this course
Development Tools Developer Visual Studio

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