Creates or replaces a recursive view definition.
Any recursive view defined on a row-level security-protected table must include the row-level security constraint columns in the view definition.
You must have the CREATE VIEW privilege to create a new recursive view using the CREATE RECURSIVE VIEW syntax or to create a new recursive view using the REPLACE RECURSIVE VIEW syntax. You can only use the REPLACE syntax to create a recursive view if that view does not already exist.
To replace an existing recursive view, you must have the DROP VIEW privilege on the view or its containing database.
The creator receives the DROP VIEW and SELECT privileges on the newly created recursive view WITH GRANT OPTION.
If a user other than the owner needs to access a recursive view, then all of the relevant privileges required by the immediate owner of the recursive view to access underlying tables and views must also be held by the user of the recursive view WITH GRANT OPTION.
You cannot update a base table through a recursive view. You cannot reference a recursive view using any of the following SQL DML statements:
Because of this, there are no privileges associated with update operations on a recursive view.
Privileges Granted Automatically
- DROP VIEW