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Performance of views accessed by multiple SPIDs?

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I wonder if anyone has any hard fact based pro or contra, especially on
performance, about having views as opposed to tables when the object is
being accessed for read only by multiple sessions/users/spids. I am
particularly concerned about the multiple instantiations of the view.
Relevant thoughts on this are much appreciated.
Thanks,
Caveman

Jul 23 '05 #1
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I don't think so. The SQL-DMO API does represent views, tables.. as
objects. But in normal context, views are not objects, they are not
instantiated or destroyed.

If you declare a view: create myView as select * from myTable;

The execution plans for the following are exactly the same, with no
abstraction/encapsulation overhead.
a) select * from myView;
b) select * from myTable;

Jul 23 '05 #2

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