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How to jump over a trigger [message #194702] Sun, 24 September 2006 09:31 Go to next message
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Registered: July 2005
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I have a trigger that is on a base production table - very simple logic: Create trigger on Base table for insert -> insert into audit table * from inserted. OK, but the audit table belongs to other department I cannot make any changes. It is truncated in the night, but in the day some other applications are writing, locking tha tbale, etc. fun stuff, and I end up into situation that my trigger fails (I lose transactions that I need) because the insert into the audit table fails. Is there a way to catch an error and if this insert fails and just to commit my own transaction. I know that the trigger is a transaction by itself. I tried several ways but all I tried fails... Any work around?
Any idea is apprecited.
Thanks lot, mj
Re: How to jump over a trigger [message #194711 is a reply to message #194702] Sun, 24 September 2006 14:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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To commit only your transaction, use AUTONOMOUS TRANSACTION.
Re: How to jump over a trigger [message #194978 is a reply to message #194711] Tue, 26 September 2006 06:46 Go to previous message
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Sounds like you need an Exception block in the trigger to catch any errors, and prevent them from propogating and causing the transaction to fail.
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