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Trigger issue

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Admingod
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I have trigger on a table and it failed when i insert on a table with below errro message and its SQL Server 2005 version.

Msg 8525, Level 16, State 1, Line 1
Distributed transaction completed. Either enlist this session in a new transaction or the NULL transaction.

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Ed Wagner
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That's not much to go on. Do you have any details of it? DDL? Insert statement?


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uggh; looks like you are doing something in a trigger(inserting/updating into another server?) that should be done in a service broker, or a schedule job that would do the same step periodically, or maybe via a stored procedure that is prepared to handle errors on the event.

the error in the trigger would have caused the trigger to rollback with the error, i think, so the data that was supposed to be inserted is gone.

some things should not be done in a trigger.

Lowell

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