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SQL Server uses these tables to capture the data of the modified row before and after the event occurs. We will use the production. The following statement creates a table named production. The production. In addition, it has a few more columns to record the changes e. Next, you specify the name of the table, which the trigger will fire when an event occurs, in the ON clause:.

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SQL Server uses these tables to capture the data of the modified row before and after the event occurs. We will use the production. The following statement creates a table named production. The production. In addition, it has a few more columns to record the changes e. Next, you specify the name of the table, which the trigger will fire when an event occurs, in the ON clause:.

The trigger will insert a row into the production. Finally, you execute the whole statement to create the trigger. Once the trigger is created, you can find it under the triggers folder of the table as shown in the following picture:. The following statement inserts a new row into the production.

As expected, the trigger was fired and inserted the deleted row into the production. In this tutorial, you have learned how to create a trigger in SQL Server to respond to one or more events such as insert and delete.

The schema name is optional. A single trigger can fire in response to one or more actions against the table. Once the trigger is created, you can find it under the triggers folder of the table as shown in the following picture: 3 Testing the trigger The following statement inserts a new row into the production. Was this tutorial helpful?

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SQL Server Triggers

If overused, they can potentially lead to performance issues such as blocking and, if they're not written correctly, you could be losing data. Triggers are commonly used to perform auditing actions, to maintain table integrity in place of native constraints such as foreign keys and check constraints, and to perform other post DML processing. Triggers operate under the scope of a transaction so if a table were updated, for instance, the update would occur and the trigger would fire. While the trigger is at work, the transaction would not be committed until the trigger completed or rolled back in the case of failure. If a lot of processing is being done in the trigger, locks will be held until the trigger completes. This is an important point to note: Triggers extend the life of a transaction. Also, due to their stealthiness, they can make troubleshooting data issues difficult and tedious.

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CREATE TRIGGER (Transact-SQL)

This tip will serve as a starting point and a guide to creating SQL Server triggers. Triggers are one of the most misunderstood topics for people new to SQL Server. Maybe this is due to the fact that they allow almost all the same functionality as stored procedures, making the inexperienced developer confused about whether to create a stored procedure or trigger. A SQL Server trigger is a piece of procedural code, like a stored procedure which is only executed when a given event happens. There are different types of events that can fire a trigger.

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A trigger is a database object that runs automatically when an event occurs. There are three different types of events. We can create a DML trigger for a specific event or multiple events. These triggers are created at the table level. Upon successful creation of trigger, we can see the triggers by navigating to Triggers folder at table level. Please refer to the below image.

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