- Trigger types
- Creating triggers
- Firing triggers
- Working with modified data
- Creating database- and server-level triggers
- Enabling and disabling triggers
- Reordering trigger execution
Skill Level Advanced
- [Adam] SQL server triggers allow database developers to automate routine tasks within their database. Like stored procedures, triggers contain server commands and other instructions that can automatically enforce business logic and help validate data. But unlike stored procedures, triggers fire whenever a specific table, database, or server level events occur, which means that they'll execute exactly when needed without needing to be monitored and kicked off by application code or direct administrative action. Hi, my name is Adam Wilbert, and I've been helping people work with databases for over 10 years. Adding triggers to your database is a great way to ensure that specific actions are performed accurately every time an actionable event occurs on your system. Join me in my LinkedIn Learning course to see how to leverage the power of triggers in your own SQL server databases.
Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2019with Adam Wilbert2h 41m Intermediate
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1. Trigger Fundamentals
2. Work with Modified Data
3. Database- and Server-Level Triggers
4. Trigger Management
5. Project: Managing Inventory
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