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Triggers

Triggers

Triggers. Event handlers in the DBMS. Triggers are event handlers. Triggers are executed when an event happens in the DBMS Example events INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE Triggers contain [a little] code written in T-SQL The code is executed before or after the INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE

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Triggers

Triggers

Triggers. Event handlers in the DBMS. Triggers are event handlers. Triggers a executed when an event happens in the DBMS Example events INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE Triggers contain [a little] code written in T-SQL The code is executed before or after the INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE

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Triggers

Triggers

Triggers. How triggers work Creating triggers Using triggers to maintain referential integrity Multirow considerations Nesting triggers Rules associated with triggers Disabling triggers Dropping triggers Getting information about triggers. How Triggers Work.

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TRIGGERS

TRIGGERS

TRIGGERS. WHY TRIGGERS ARE USEFUL. A trigger is a named database object that is associated with a table, and that activates when a particular event occurs for the table. Triggers in MySQL can be associated with “insert”, “update” and “delete” statements.

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Triggers

Triggers

Triggers. A trigger is a statement that is executed automatically by the system as a side effect of a modification to the database. To design a trigger mechanism, we must: Specify the conditions under which the trigger is to be executed.

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Triggers

Triggers

Triggers. Database Management System Design. Saba Aamir Computing and Software McMaster University. Introduction. A trigger is a statement that the system executes automatically as a side effect of a modification to the database.

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Triggers

Triggers

Triggers. The different types of integrity constraints discussed so far provide a declarative mechanism to associate “ simple ” conditions with a table such as a primary key, foreign keys or domain constraints.

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Triggers

Triggers

Triggers. Triggers. Are event-driven actions Are written in Transact-SQL Are a special kind of Stored Procedure Are tied to a specific table. Why Triggers. To maintain data integrity rules that extend beyond simple referential integrity To keep running totals

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TRIGGERS

TRIGGERS

TRIGGERS. TRIGGERS.

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