You can rename a view in SQL Server 2014 by using SQL Server Management Studio or Transact-SQL.
If you rename a view, code and applications that depend on the view may fail. These include other views, queries, stored procedures, user-defined functions, and client applications. Note that these failures will cascade.
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Obtain a list of all dependencies on the view. Any objects, scripts or applications that reference the view must be modified to reflect the new name of the view. For more information, see Get Information About a View. We recommend that you drop the view and recreate it with a new name instead of renaming the view. By recreating the view, you update the dependency information for the objects that are referenced in the view.
Requires ALTER permission on SCHEMA or CONTROL permission on OBJECT is required, and CREATE VIEW permission in the database.
To rename a view
In Object Explorer, expand the database that contains the view you wish to rename and then expand the View folder.
Right-click the view you wish to rename and select Rename.
Enter the view’s new name.