Good morning, I have written a Trigger on a table that should evaluate the entered values (Length, width and Height) and based on those entered values, should update a column (Type) in the same record ...
I need to pass the table name from trigger to procedure. ALTER TRIGGER [dbo].[Trg_ProjectCreation] ON [dbo].[Projects] AFTER INSERT AS BEGIN SET NOCOUNT ON; -- procedure call ...
Im a SQL noob but here goes - I have a trigger in SQL which is giving me an incorrect syntax error E.G: INSERT INTO aTable ( tTypeId, opId, inserted.Id ) SELECT 3, 0, inserted.Id ...
I have sensitive price columns that I would like to have updated only through a stored procedure. I would like all code or manual attempts to alter values in these price columns to fail if it is not ...
It is fairly common knowledge that you should have SET NOCOUNT ON by default when creating new stored procedures. Microsoft has changed the default template to include this in 2012. I thought ...
I have an MSSQL Server 2008 Database. There are some tables in my Database like below : table1, table2, table3, .... each table has a NVARCHAR(50) field (Name) Now, I wanna change the strings that ...