What are views in SQL Server?

In SQL Server, a view is a virtual table that is based on the result set of one or more tables. Views do not store data themselves, they are simply a visual representation of a query result that can be queried, inserted, updated, and deleted like a table. Using views can simplify complex queries, improve query performance, and protect data by allowing access to only the data defined in the view.

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