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Posted Monday, April 28, 2008 3:15 AM
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can we write the triggers in stored procedures if so can u give some examples ........ ... on any application relevant to the project pls


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Raghu

Not sure what you're asking. A trigger is a spcecial kind of stored procedure that runs when a table is updated, inserted into or deleted from. Could you phrase your question a bit more clearly, please?

John

Edit: I see what's happened here - you've replied to an article or script by another user. There isn't a link to the article so I can't comment.
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