Creating MS SQL Views from Delphi

I am using an SQL object in Delphi and supplying the following :-
SQL.add('CREATE VIEW TEST AS');
SQL.add('SELECT * FROM Type');
SQL.Prepare;
ExecSQL;

The view appears in MSSQL, but when I try to access it, SQL complains that
'The object 'TEST' does not exist in database 'Titan'.'

If I go into the view and Run it, all then works well.  

Can anybody point out the problem please.

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stewartpAsked:
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yk030299Commented:
How about specify the VIEW name
as SQLLoginName.ViewName
before access the VIEW!
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stewartpAuthor Commented:
Thanks, Silly me!!!
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yk030299Commented:
:) glad to help.
I also have this kind of problem before.
it spend me for a whole morning so old silly me help.  haha
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