Well to be sure, you can't index a view having a self join. Well really even two joins of the identical table, even when it isn't technically a self join. A few men from microsoft emerged having a deal with. But it is so complicated I do not comprehend it!!!

The reply to the issue is here: http://jmkehayias.blogspot.com/2008/12/creating-indexed-view-with-self-join.html

The vista I wish to apply the work around to is:

create VIEW vw_lookup_test
WITH SCHEMABINDING
AS
select
count_big(*) as [count_all],
awc_txt,
city_nm,
str_nm,
stru_no,
o.circt_cstdn_nm [owner],
t.circt_cstdn_nm [tech],
dvc.circt_nm,
data_orgtn_yr 
from 
((dbo.dvc 
join dbo.circt 
on dvc.circt_nm = circt.circt_nm) 
join dbo.circt_cstdn o
on circt.circt_cstdn_user_id = o.circt_cstdn_user_id)
join dbo.circt_cstdn t
on dvc.circt_cstdn_user_id = t.circt_cstdn_user_id
group by
awc_txt,
city_nm,
str_nm,
stru_no,
o.circt_cstdn_nm,
t.circt_cstdn_nm,
dvc.circt_nm,
data_orgtn_yr 
go

Any help could be greatly apreciated!!!

Thanks a lot ahead of time!

EDIT : And So I discovered that this can work. Observe that I join towards the table once within the first indexed view, and also the second amount of time in teh second non-indexed view.

alter VIEW vw_lookup_owner_test2
WITH SCHEMABINDING  
AS 
select
count_big(*) as [countAll],
awc_txt,
city_nm,
str_nm,
stru_no,
dvc.circt_nm,
circt_cstdn_nm,
data_orgtn_yr,
dvc.circt_cstdn_user_id
from dbo.dvc 
join dbo.circt
on dvc.circt_nm = circt.circt_nm
join dbo.circt_cstdn o
on circt.circt_cstdn_user_id = o.circt_cstdn_user_id
group by
awc_txt,
city_nm,
str_nm,
stru_no,
dvc.circt_nm,
circt_cstdn_nm,
data_orgtn_yr,
dvc.circt_cstdn_user_id
go

and

CREATE UNIQUE CLUSTERED INDEX [idx_vw_lookup_owner2_test1] ON [dbo].[vw_lookup_owner_test2] 
(
    [awc_txt] ASC,
    [city_nm] ASC,
    [str_nm] ASC,
    [stru_no] ASC,
    [circt_nm] ASC,
    [circt_cstdn_nm] ASC,
    [data_orgtn_yr] ASC,
    [circt_cstdn_user_id] ASC
)WITH (PAD_INDEX  = OFF, STATISTICS_NORECOMPUTE  = OFF, SORT_IN_TEMPDB = OFF, IGNORE_DUP_KEY = OFF, DROP_EXISTING = OFF, ONLINE = OFF, ALLOW_ROW_LOCKS  = ON, ALLOW_PAGE_LOCKS  = ON) ON [PRIMARY]
GO

and

create view vw_lookup_dvc_loc
as
select
awc_txt,
city_nm,
str_nm,
stru_no,
circt_nm,
o.circt_cstdn_nm as [owner],
--o.circt_cstdn_user_id,
t.circt_cstdn_nm as tech,
data_orgtn_yr
from vw_lookup_owner_test2 o With (NOEXPAND)
join circt_cstdn t
on o.circt_cstdn_user_id = t.circt_cstdn_user_id
group by
awc_txt,
city_nm,
str_nm,
stru_no,
circt_nm,
o.circt_cstdn_nm,
data_orgtn_yr,
t.circt_cstdn_nm
--o.circt_cstdn_user_id

I'm able to then create additon indexes around the first view as If only. I am unsure if the solution (or even the workaround for your matter) will really accelerate preformance but i'll inform you.