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Problem creating SharePoint 2010 list views using schema.xml

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I'm trying to create multiple views in SharePoint 2010 for a list by defining them within the Schema.Xml file using VS 2010.

I can only seem to find examples that alter the AllItems list but do not create new views.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Just to let others know, I solved the problem, thanks to the blog

http://blog.ozippy.com/2011/04/creating-views-in-list-definition-using.html

No matter what I changed, my views were not being published.
I finally found out that by killing the process vssphost4.exe before deploying my solution via visual studio 2010 everything worked fine.
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