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Re: ** table triggers

From: Jay Hostetter <>
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2003 10:34:23 -0800
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It sounds like this column belongs in a table that is the parent of tables A and B.

>>> 07/30/03 02:09PM >>> You can't. An update statement is what fires the trigger. Trigger cannot see where does the statement come from. May be you should rethink the overall design of the application?

On 2003.07.30 13:59, A Joshi wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a two tables A and B. Both have a field expected_delay_now and when
> it gets updated by a user in either table I want update it in corresponding
> row in the other table. However when this update is as a result of a trigger
> (and not user updated) how do I skip the update thru the trigger??? Thanks
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Mladen Gogala
Oracle DBA

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