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triggers [message #197516] Wed, 11 October 2006 10:24 Go to next message
satyen1412
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can database triggers also be a C or Java procedure other than being a pl/sql block ? this has been stated as true by one of the websites providing dumps for izo-147 exams. i am in doubt , please confirm correctness, calling a C or Java procedure is different from the trigger itself being such a procedure. thanks in anticipation.
Re: triggers [message #197529 is a reply to message #197516] Wed, 11 October 2006 11:40 Go to previous message
andrew again
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The trigger is always PL/SQL and PL/SQL can call C or Java. Even if you have a stored proc/function which calls c/Java, you can call that proc/function from the trigger. Can a developer write a C or Java trigger without any PL/SQL wrapper - not as far as I know.

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