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Remove the Login Trigger

By Steve Jones 2016/10/20 | Category: triggers
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How many rows will be returned?

By Subhash Singh 2014/09/23 | Category: t-sql
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Behavior of trigger

By Pavel Bakunovich 2013/09/10 | Category: triggers
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Nested triggers 2

By Tom Thomson 2013/05/08 | Category: t-sql
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Triggers 2

By Hugo Kornelis 2013/04/25 | Category: triggers
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Nested triggers 1

By Tom Thomson 2013/04/23 | Category: triggers
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Triggers 1

By Hugo Kornelis 2013/04/19 | Category: triggers
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TRIGGERS

By Venkat Jonnalagadda 2013/04/09 | Category: triggers
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Triggers

By Steve Jones 2011/12/22 | Category: t-sql
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Insert with OUTPUT clause

By vk-kirov 2010/05/19 | Category: triggers
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INSTEAD OF trigger and OUTPUT clause

By vk-kirov 2010/05/13 | Category: t-sql
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Triggers

By Steve Jones 2008/12/29 | Category: t-sql
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Bypassing a Trigger - SQL School Video

Triggers are supposed to fire for every update, but in this video we see how you can bypass a trigger for an update.  Read more...
By Andy Warren 2008/12/16 | Source: JumpStartTV | Category: video
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Introduction to DML Triggers

This article by Jack Corbett explains what triggers are, the different types, and how to avoid common mistakes.  Read more...
By Jack Corbett 2008/10/14 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: triggers
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Comparing SQL Server constraints and DML triggers

Over the years, I have witnessed many developers being confused about when to use data-manipulation language (DML) triggers vs. when to use constraints.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2008/07/23 | Source: Builder.com | Category: triggers
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Row-By-Row Processing Without Cursor

If you are a SQL Server DBA, you realize that the performance of cursors is not great and they should be avoided where possible. One place it is difficult to avoid cursors is individual row processing within a trigger. Amin Sobati brings us a new article that shows just how you can avoid this.   Read more...
By Amin Sobati 2007/12/28 (first published: 2006/12/07) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: triggers
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Row-By-Row Processing Without Cursor

If you are a SQL Server DBA, you realize that the performance of cursors is not great and they should be avoided where possible. One place it is difficult to avoid cursors is individual row processing within a trigger. Amin Sobati brings us a new article that shows just how you can avoid this.   Read more...
By Amin Sobati 2007/12/28 (first published: 2006/12/07) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: triggers
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Trigger Trivia

From SQL Server trainer and guru Andy Warren, he are a few short nuggets that you might not realize about triggers.  Read more...
By Andy Warren 2007/11/13 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: t-sql
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Checking a Trigger

By 2007/10/22 | Category: triggers
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Row-By-Row Processing Without Cursor

If you are a SQL Server DBA, you realize that the performance of cursors is not great and they should be avoided where possible. One place it is difficult to avoid cursors is individual row processing within a trigger. Amin Sobati brings us a new article that shows just how you can avoid this.   Read more...
By Amin Sobati 2007/12/28 (first published: 2006/12/07) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: triggers
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