indexed view

I have an indexed view that uses two tables.  i have 10 non-clustered indexes on this view to support search functionality for 10 columns. The tables are high traffic oltp tables. For my query i get 500,000 rows after join and where conditions. I see good performance gains on this one. However i have below qtn.

whenever there is an insert/update into the underlying tables which happens often will the indexes be created for each insert/update? if yes,

 a) will it be partial update or full update ?
b) Will the index be updated during insertion/update into underlying tables or while selecting from view the next time after insert/update?
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Duy PhamFreelance IT ConsultantCommented:
As I understand, indices in Views are the same as in Tables (except that the first index of a View must be a clustered unique index). And whenever there is an insert/update action happening on table included in the View, indices will be updated (not rebuilt), and after a while (couple of weeks or even a few days), indices are fragmented, and they should be rebuilt (or defrag).
So in my opinions, answers to your questions should be:
1. Yes, but partial update only
2. Sure it will be updated and ready for query right after an insert/update action.

Just my 2 cents.

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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
If you have a regular maintenance plan for rebuild and reorganize indexes then you shouldn't worry with this.
It's like you're working with indexes on tables. No big difference.
JyozealAuthor Commented:
Thanks. This helps.
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