Srinivasulu Nasam

Create Log tables and Triggers

Usually in business applications it is necessary to maintain the history of the data being modified for auditing purposes or for later analysis. Proven way to achieve this is to create a log table for each datatable with an additional column "Action" to indicate what the user has done on the data (either insert, update […]

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2007-10-26 (first published: )

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