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Delete trigger with parameters from webform


Delete trigger with parameters from webform

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I have a web form with a gridview of a sql table that will allow the user to delete a row. This is a supervisory task that is necessary since updating the table would be a logistical nightmare. I would like to use a delete trigger within SQL Server 2008 R2 that will move the information into a delete history table before it deletes the row. The question that I have is I want to pass 3 parameters to the history table at the same time. Also, in the delete triggers how do I identify fields that need to be inserted into the history table and how do I identify the parameters. One parameter comes from a drop down list on the form. The other two are current date and time which can be calculated either in the trigger or on the form. I also need to pass the username which is cached using Windows Authentication on the form.

I have the form completed and the trigger started, but I am getting stuck on the insert syntax especially relating to the parameters.
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