I have a number of Views in my SQL 2014 database that pull data from a number of tables. If I add new columns to one of the tables then run my application that reads the database schema to show all columns from the table doesn't update. Is this because the schema in the database hasn't been updated?
Is there a way to refresh all views so that they bring in new columns?
Views usually have static columns unless you create the view with SELECT * FROM ...
With that said, if you add a new column to a table that's part of a view then you need to update the view to have the
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