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By Mark Stockwell,
This procedure is called usp_mview, it will create and maintain a set of tables based on a view. In reporting application (Cognos, BusinessObjects) views are often created to simplify SQL or perform some business logic. Often the views are complex, resulting in poor performance. An indexed view can be created, but the schema binding and update frequency often presents problems. This procedure will create and update a set of materialized views similar to Oracle's dbms_mview package.
The procedure depends on the mview_config table, DDL in comments section of procedure. Create this table and add the views you wish to materialize. A primary key (single column only) should be specified. Note that the primary key specified need not be unique, only high enough cardinality to ensure that multiple rows with the same key return different CHECKSUM values. Procedure can be scheduled from any scheduling tool that can execute an SQL command.
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This stored procedure saves time by creating a standard procedure to create or update a row.
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