Error updating view in names nsf
You can also use the Function Wizard to avoid the syntactical errors. When your formula has a reference to a name that is not defined in Excel, you will see the #NAME? See the following example of a SUM function referring to Profit, which is an undefined name in the workbook.
error signifies that something needs to be corrected in the syntax, so when you see the error in your formula, resolve it.
When you start typing a formula name in a cell or the Formula Bar, a list of formulas matching to the words you have entered displays in a dropdown.
Once you enter the formula name and the opening parentheses, the Formula Wizard displays the syntax as hover text.
In this case, the view is considered "created with errors." For example, when a view is created that refers to a nonexistent table or an invalid column of an existing table, or when the view owner does not have the required privileges, the view can be created anyway and entered into the data dictionary. To create a view with errors, you must include the .
When you try to create such a view, the database returns a message indicating the view was created with errors.