Why nested views are bad

存储架构 2018-02-15

Why nested views are bad

Nested views are bad. Let’s get that out of the way. What is a nested view anyway? Imagine that you have a SELECT statement you tend to use all over the place (a very common practice when checking user permissions). There are five base tables in the join, but it’s fast enough. Instead of copying [...]

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