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In Sybase Central (ver 16), I see a tiny exclamation point in the icon next o the name of one of my views. What is that telling me?

asked 06 May '15, 13:25

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An Icon with a white 'X' on red background indicates a view has been disabled. An Icon with a black '!' on yellow background indicates the view is invalid; quite probably due to it referencing an object that no longer exists.

You can reproduce this easily this if you create a simple view on a table and then drop that table. View dependencies have been tracked since 11.0.0 and this is the visible manifestation of that feature.


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answered 06 May '15, 14:23

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A slight correction: View dependencies were already part of v10:)

(06 May '15, 16:44) Volker Barth
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