DELETE VIEW Command
Deletes a SQL view from the current database.
DELETE VIEW ViewName
- Specifies the name of the view deleted from the current database.
Use CREATE SQL VIEW to create a SQL view and add the view to the current database. If a SQL view is opened and then deleted, the cursors containing the SQL view results are not closed.
DELETE VIEW requires exclusive use of the database. To open a database for exclusive use, include EXCLUSIVE in OPEN DATABASE.
The following example opens the
testdata database. CREATE SQL VIEW is used to create a local SQL view named
myview. The View Designer is displayed, making it possible for you to specify tables and conditions for the SQL view. After you save the SQL view, DISPLAY DATABASE is used to display information about the SQL view. DELETE VIEW is then used to delete the local SQL view named
CLOSE DATABASES OPEN DATABASE (HOME(2) + 'Data\testdata') CREATE SQL VIEW myview CLEAR DISPLAY DATABASE DELETE VIEW myview