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I did not create any SQL trigger or procedure before. What I need is that I have 6 tables as:
1- Parent1 [Employee]: EmpID (PK), EmpName ...etc.
2- Child1 [EmpCourse]: EmpID (FK), CourseName, ...etc
3- Child2 [EmpExperience]: EmpID (FK), ExperienceSource, ...etc.

4- CopyofParent1 [Employee]: EmpID (PK), EmpName ...etc.
5- CopyofChild1 [EmpCourse]: EmpID (FK), CourseName, ...etc
6- CopyofChild2 [EmpExperience]: EmpID (FK), ExperienceSource, ...etc.

CopyofParent1 columns is superset of Parent1 columns.
Similarly for CopyofChild1 and CopyofChild2.

As soon as a record in Parent1 is inserted and meets a certain criterion, the record shd be inserted in CopyofParent1 using EmpID .
At this time, records from Child1 and Child2 for the same Parent shd be inserted in CopyofChild1 and CopyofChild2 resp.

Please help.

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