Type of views-data control, Database Management System

Type of views:

 Simple views and Difficult Views


Simple Views

Complex Views

Number of tables


One or more

Contain Functions



Contain groups of data



Data Manipulation

IS allowed

Not always

Let us look into some of the examples. To see all the details about existing views in




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