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How to know which column updated


How to know which column updated

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Hi,

I have one Customer Table which contains more than 25 columns.

When user Updated any column in customer table.

Example: if he is updated Address,City. or

If he is updated Address , City , Country , ZipCode

I want the Updated Column value will be inserterd into another table .

Please help me.

Thanks,
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Please try trigger for that particular table.

tr_TableName_After_Insert

create trigger [dbo].[tr_TableName_After_Insert]
on [dbo].[TableName]
after insert
as
begin
(your operation to insert into different table)
end
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Thanks for your reply.

But i want when the user updating any fileds in the table , only those fileds i need to insert into another table.

So i can know only these fileds are updated in that table.

Thanks,
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suresh0534 (11/28/2012)
Thanks for your reply.

But i want when the user updating any fileds in the table , only those fileds i need to insert into another table.

So i can know only these fileds are updated in that table.

Thanks,


What does the original customer table and destination tables look like?

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