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In this month's article I will cover an aspect of SQL Server that always generates a great deal of, well, shall we say "discussion"—triggers. Love them or hate them, SQL Server 2000 will change they way you think about triggers and will probably alter the way you design your applications. Specifically, this month I will dive into cascading referential integrity (RI) and the new INSTEAD OF and AFTER trigger concepts in SQL Server 2000.

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