Updating oracle views
If you recreate the table (the table that you had dropped), the SQL VIEW will again be fine.
You can think of a view as a lens looking at one or more tables.
A view is really nothing more than a logical representation of one or more tables in a database.
View offer the following benefits and functionality.
REPid specifies the repository that contains the SASLibrary object.
You can (for example) get this info (in Management Console) from the properties of the Oracle Server that was defined in the Metadata repository as follow: LIBid specifies the 8-character metadata identifier of the SASLibrary object that represents the library.
Note that for each scenario that we did not need to join any tables.
This keyword force to create View even if the table does not exist.
You can use the EXCLUDE statement to exclude a subset of tables for processing, and you can use SELECT statement to select a subset of tables for processing with Proc METALIB.
In several sectors, it is very common to store data in Oracle database system and analyze and present the data using the SAS system.
As a precursor to analyzing data with SAS, you first extract data from Oracle and transform this data into SAS data sets.
You can also add additional row restriction to the view as we have done.
IF ( OBJECT_ID('dbo.vw_occupied_seats_by_class') IS NOT NULL ) DROP VIEW dbo.vw_occupied_seats_by_class GO CREATE VIEW dbo.vw_occupied_seats_by_class AS SELECT a.course_designater_fk , b.seat_num , (c.firstname ' ' c.lastname) as "Student" FROM dbo. Class Registration b ON a.classes_num = b.classes_num JOIN dbo.