The SELECT clauses in a view definition cannot include the following: ENCRYPTION Applies to: SQL Server 2008 through SQL Server 2017 and Azure SQL Database.
Encrypts the entries in sys.syscomments that contain the text of the CREATE VIEW statement.
Scenario is: The different users of the database should only be able to work with their own rows in that table.Therefore I am trying to use the view as a kind of security by checking the username. The different users of the database should only be able to work with their own rows in that table.Views or tables that participate in a view created with the SCHEMABINDING clause cannot be dropped unless that view is dropped or changed so that it no longer has schema binding. Also, executing ALTER TABLE statements on tables that participate in views that have schema binding fail when these statements affect the view definition.VIEW_METADATA Specifies that the instance of SQL Server will return to the DB-Library, ODBC, and OLE DB APIs the metadata information about the view, instead of the base table or tables, when browse-mode metadata is being requested for a query that references the view.When SCHEMABINDING is specified, the base table or tables cannot be modified in a way that would affect the view definition.
The view definition itself must first be modified or dropped to remove dependencies on the table that is to be modified.
Appropriate permissions are required to select from the objects referenced in the SELECT clause of the view that is created.
A view does not have to be a simple subset of the rows and columns of one particular table.
Use this statement to create a view of the data in one or more tables in the database.
For example, a view can be used for the following purposes: Is the name to be used for a column in a view.
Browse-mode metadata is additional metadata that the instance of SQL Server returns to these client-side APIs.