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MySQL View

In MySQL, View is a virtual table created by a query by joining one or more tables.

MySQL Create VIEW

A VIEW is created by SELECT statements. SELECT statements are used to take data from the source table to make a VIEW.

Syntax:

Parameters:

OR REPLACE: It is optional. It is used when a VIEW already exist. If you do not specify this clause and the VIEW already exists, the CREATE VIEW statement will return an error.

view_name: It specifies the name of the VIEW that you want to create in MySQL.

WHERE conditions: It is also optional. It specifies the conditions that must be met for the records to be included in the VIEW.

The following example will create a VIEW name "trainer". This is a virtual table made by taking data from the table "courses".

MySQL View 1

To see the created VIEW:

Syntax:

Let's see how it looks the created VIEW:

MySQL View 2

MySQL Update VIEW

In MYSQL, the ALTER VIEW statement is used to modify or update the already created VIEW without dropping it.

Syntax:

Example:

The following example will alter the already created VIEW name "trainer" by adding a new column.

MySQL View 3

To see the altered VIEW:

MySQL View 4

MySQL Drop VIEW

You can drop the VIEW by using the DROP VIEW statement.

Syntax:

Parameters:

view_name: It specifies the name of the VIEW that you want to drop.

IF EXISTS: It is optional. If you do not specify this clause and the VIEW doesn't exist, the DROP VIEW statement will return an error.

Example:

MySQL View 5
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