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Creating Trigger on View


Creating Trigger on View

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Dear,
I have a view that is comprised of multiple tables containing only today's data. I used only select statement in that view. Now I want to write a trigger on that view that when a new row is inserted, it will insert a row into another table.

What can I do for that? Please suggest me in your earlier time.

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What exactly is your problem? According to BOL "A view can be referenced only by an INSTEAD OF trigger." http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189799%28v=sql.90%29.aspx
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certainly , we can have trigger (instead of) but i will suggest to set the trigger on table.

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Bhuvnesh (1/6/2013)
certainly , we can have trigger (instead of) but i will suggest to set the trigger on table.

That likely will not help the situation. There is unique value added to the system when an instead trigger is placed on a view that joins multiple tables. Namely that we can support inserts into that view where before, without the instead trigger, we could not.

From http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms175521(v=sql.105).aspx

The primary advantage of INSTEAD OF triggers is that they enable views that would not be updatable to support updates. A view based on multiple base tables must use an INSTEAD OF trigger to support inserts, updates, and deletes that reference data in more than one table.


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Bhuvnesh (1/6/2013)
certainly , we can have trigger (instead of) but i will suggest to set the trigger on table.

That likely will not help the situation. There is unique value added to the system when an instead trigger is placed on a view that joins multiple tables. Namely that we can support inserts into that view where before, without the instead trigger, we could not.

From http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms175521(v=sql.105).aspx

The primary advantage of INSTEAD OF triggers is that they enable views that would not be updatable to support updates. A view based on multiple base tables must use an INSTEAD OF trigger to support inserts, updates, and deletes that reference data in more than one table.
diamond studded link ..thanks :-)

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