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How have Trigger's example after insert send to mail on outlook?.


How have Trigger's example after insert send to mail on outlook?.

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I hope this helps.

http://www.sql-server-performance.com/2010/dml-triggers-multiple-triggers/

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Hey seiyak2009, what happens when the business just decides to record the oil price every 5 seconds due to a new fast trading platform introduced at the company? Your trigger is now sending thousands of emails crashing both SQL and the Exchange server.

Don't send emails from triggers. Use a procedure which can be configured for a set time interval to check the oil price table, then generate an email. (I'd also hesitate sending any non critical alert emails from SQL itself. Business functionality should not be built in the data layer.)
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Thank you all topic, If example trigger send mail ?.
Please, I want send mail if insert table data auto with trigger.
I educate on web applier develop but can't send mail.
Please help me.
Thank you.
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Anthony is right - please look at the MSDN page for how to execute the sp_send_dbmail procedure. He gave you a link to the page. This is one of those things were it's better to teach someone how to fish instead of just giving them a fish. The reasons are:

1. MSDN is a great resource for SQL Server syntax and what what accepts what parameters. If you don't use it already, you should start getting used to it with something simple. Then when you have to use it for something more difficult, you'll be able to.
2. It appears that if we just post the code using your parameters, you'll just copy and paste it without understanding how it works, which is never advisable in a production environment. You are going to have to support the code, so you should always understand how it works.

You're going to want to pass your parameters to the procedure when you execute it. Sorry if I'm being a pain here. You don't have to read the whole MSDN page, but it would help you understand how it works.


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would this code runs on mysql successfully, please help me.
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pinakid4u (6/3/2013)
would this code runs on mysql successfully, please help me.


No.

Please, remember this is an MS SQL forum. You better ask this question on a MySQL forum in order to get a more informed reply.

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because my Google-Foo is strong, I Gave "mysql send email" a try.

That lead me to a link on the MySQL forums, and a subsequent link to a Visual Studio project someone posted as an example.
While that uses really old style CDO, you could easily adapt it to use the more updated methods in .NEt, which are really easy to use via a programming language.

Dim message As New System.Net.Mail.MailMessage(strFrom, strTo)
message.Subject = ""
message.Body = Me.txtPhoneMessage.Text
message.IsBodyHtml = False

Dim emailClient As New System.Net.Mail.SmtpClient(strSMTPServer)
Dim SMTPUserInfo As New System.Net.NetworkCredential(strSMTPUser, strSMTPPass)
emailClient.UseDefaultCredentials = False
emailClient.Credentials = SMTPUserInfo
Try
emailClient.Send(message)
Catch ex As Exception
MsgBox(ex.Message)
End Try



http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?99,33635,258189#msg-258189

For anyone interested, I have created a c++ user defined function that can send mail without having to have SMTP installed on the server. It uses Microsoft's CDO to relay via any SMTP server.

Usage:
Compile this project (http://www.divshare.com/download/7121306-6e1) using Visual Studio Express and place the DLL in the /lib/plugins directory. In MySQL;
create function SendMail returns string soname 'SendMail.dll';
select SendMail('to@address','from@address','Subject','Message','smtp.domain');



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