Publishing Spatial views as a Feature Access Service
The following Blog will take you through the process of using ArcMap 10.x to publish a spatial view as a Feature Access service.
What is a database view?
Database views are database elements that store SQL query statements that act like tables.
Views can be used to join tables together, similar to joins in ArcMap. But because the view is stored in the database, it can be used by many users in many map documents. For example, frequently Census data is stored in a table separate from the Census geographies feature class. Using a view, all users given access will be able to create analytical maps based on Census data without having to create a join.
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