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Refreshing Views and Recompiling Stored Procs

When a table is modified by changing the order of fields or changing field type or adjusting field sizes etc, some of the dependent views (or views on views on views :)) may become invalid as they store some metadata in order to run more efficiently. These views would need to be refreshed with new […]

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2007-04-20 (first published: )

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