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Performance - Filter A View Vs. Datapage



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Just want to add to the previous comment above, regarding with your concern, using a view to filter  can have many usages. It is a good way to reduce the number of records and fields to only those essential to your current task. Another common use is to apply a filtered view to an Authentication. For instance, you can configure a view to remove records based on a set of criteria where app users are automatically removed from an authentication when set to inactive. Filtering views is an efficient way to display the data you want without making any changes to the tables. 

To answer your question, I think there is no such big difference in using filters in both Views and DataPages.  You use view just to combine two or more tables and filter such results and also you can use DataPages for selecting only the fields that you want to display. 

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