Generating CREATE VIEW Scripts on Existing Views in SQL Server
How To Generate CREATE VIEW Script on an Existing View in SQL Server?
If you want to know how an existing view was created, you can use SQL Server Management Studio to automatically generate a "CREATE VIEW" script The following tutorial shows you how to do this:
1. Run SQL Server Management Studio and connect to SQL server.
2. On the Object Explorer window, follow the object tree: Databases > FyiCenterData > Views > dbo.fyi_links_top.
3. Click right mouse button on dbo.fyi_links_top. The context menu shows up.
4. Select "Script Table as" > "CREATE to" > "New Query Editor Window". The following script will be displayed:
USE [FyiCenterData] GO /****** Object: View [dbo].[fyi_links_top] Script Date: 05/19/2007 15:07:27 ******/ SET ANSI_NULLS ON GO SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON GO CREATE VIEW [dbo].[fyi_links_top] AS SELECT id, counts, url FROM fyi_links WHERE counts > 100;
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