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ADVANCED SQL (PROGRAMMING) VIDEOS▼
- SQL Programming Part 1 - Stored Procedure Basics
- SQL Programming Part 2 - Stored Procedure Parameters
- SQL Programming Part 3 - Variables in SQL
- SQL Programming Part 4 - Output Parameters and Return Values
- SQL Programming Part 5 - IF Statements in SQL
- SQL Programming Part 6 - WHILE Loops
- SQL Programming Part 7 - User Defined Functions
- SQL Programming Part 8 - Temporary Tables
- SQL Programming Part 9 - Table variables
- SQL Programming Part 10 - Table-Valued Functions
- SQL Programming Part 12 - Cursors
- SQL Programming Part 11 - Common Table Expressions (CTEs)
- SQL Programming Part 13 - Dynamic SQL
- SQL Programming Part 14 - Transactions
- SQL Programming Part 15 - DML Triggers
- SQL Programming Part 16 - DDL Triggers
- SQL Programming Part 17 - The Pivot Operator
- SQL Programming Part 18 - Dynamic Pivot Tables
Advanced SQL (programming) videos | SQL Programming Part 16 - DDL Triggers
Posted by Andrew Gould on 27 November 2013
Triggers are special stored procedures that you can attach to various events within a database. This video covers DDL, or Data Definition Language triggers, which you can use to handle events associated with changing the objects in a datatbase. This video concentrates on creating triggers to handle the CREATE, ALTER and DROP events and will show you how to scope a trigger to a single database or to an entire server. You'll also see how to disable and enable triggers, as well as how to change the order in which your triggers fire.
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