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hi,

i have e.g. 5 views in my database.
how can i say that view "xyz" is now my default view instaead of view "abc"?
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Open the database in designer.

Select the views in the design elements.

Open the specified view and go to view properties.

In the second tab of the view you will find set default view.

Thats it !
Good Luck!
Arun.
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The confirmation is a blue arrow next to the view name when you choose the views in the left pane.
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Thanks, it's exactly what I looked for.
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:-)
Arun
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