The GROUP BY clause functions in a view much as the ORDER BY clause (or GROUP BY clause) does in a regular query.
No. SQL Server does not permit you to order a view inside of the view definition.
You can use the WITH CHECK OPTION.
Re-execute your DROP statement with the CASCADE option. This allows the DROP statement to succeed by also dropping all underlying views.
The system catalog is also known as the data dictionary.
Not directly; however, when a user creates an object such as a table, the system catalog is automatically updated.
The owner of the system catalog is often a privileged database user account called SYS or SYSTEM. The owner of the database can also own the system catalog, but a particular schema in the database does not ordinarily own it.
ALL_TABLES shows all tables that are accessible by a particular user, whereas DBA_TABLES shows all tables that exist in the database.
The database server makes these modifications.
Cursors are not considered set-based operations because they operate on only one row at a time by fetching a row from memory and performing some action with it.