Removes one or more views from the current database.
drop view [owner.]view_name [, [owner.]view_name] ...
is the name of the view to drop. Specify the owner’s name to drop a view of the same name owned by a different user in the current database. The default value for owner is the current user.
Removes the view new_price from the current database:
drop view new_price
When you use drop view, the definition of the view and other information about it, including privileges, is deleted from the system tables sysobjects, syscolumns, syscomments, sysdepends, sysprocedures, and sysprotects.
Existence of a view is checked each time the view is referenced, for example, by another view or by a stored procedure.
SQL92 – Compliance level: Transact-SQL extension.
drop view permission defaults to the view owner and is not transferable.
Commands create view
System procedures sp_depends, sp_help, sp_helptext