Occurs after SQL view definition is removed from the current database. There are two versions of the syntax.
Specifies the name of the view deleted from the current database.
DROP VIEW is almost identical to DELETE VIEW; DROP VIEW is the ANSI SQL standard syntax for deleting a SQL view. Both commands remove a view definition from the active database, but the syntax is slightly different.
You can use the dbc_AfterDropView event to track access to the database after a view definition is removed from the database.
* Reports to the screen Event name, where it is called from and ; * the parameter passed. PROCEDURE dbc_AfterDropView ; (cViewName) ? '>> ' + PROGRAM() ?? ' in ' + SUBSTR(SYS(16),RAT('\',SYS(16))+1) ? ' cViewName = ' + TRANSFORM(cViewName) + ' - ' ; + TYPE('cViewName ')+' /end/ ' ENDPROC