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Can we explicitly call triggers?  RSS feed

 
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Hi

I want to know whether can we explicitly call a trigger ??

 
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Why not put your trigger code in a stored procedure and explicitly call that? Then, just have your trigger call the stored procedure.
 
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Hi Scott

Thanks for the useful information. Can you please throw some more light on this. It will be highly appreciable.
 
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I don't really see that anything could be more explicit than Scott's response.

  • You can call a stored procedure
  • The trigger can call a stored procedure


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    isn't the point of a trigger in that it gets triggered by an event on the database, so why do you want to call it?
     
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