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sql server 2008 modify view

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Hello Experts,

 I have an view in SQL Server 2008, How do I Modify this View ?

I have opened it in Design Mode then added a new clolumn then save.

unfortunatly it disen't work

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Vikas Garg earned 500 total points
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Hi,

You can right click on view => Scipt view as => Alter To

as shown in the below image

Alter View
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by:Jim Horn
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Another possibility is that you have select privs on the view, but not alter, therefore any changes to the view does not save.
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by:Anthony Perkins
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unfortunatly it disen't work
Can you elaborate and explain to us what this means?  Is it:
A. An error message, if so what is it.
B. The wrong results, if so what are they and what are the expected results.
C. Something else.
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