Question: How to List All DML Triggers Created or Modified in the Last N Days in SQL Server? Let us see the answer of this question in this blog.
Recently I have received a very interesting question in an email. The user wanted to know how will trigger behave when there are nested triggers. In an email, he described a scenario where trigger called another trigger. I really liked the question and immediately answered in the email as well. However, I believe many others may have the same question, so decided to write this blog post with an example.
I am a big supporter of working on something that I get used. This is a trend I see that most of us are used to. When was the last time you switched loyalty from one phone to another? I know most of us have multiple devices that we use, but rarely that I have seen switch from an Android to iPhone to Windows to other devices. These are second to human nature. In the past 3+ years, I have been a big-time user from using Android phones. The model that I pick up depends on the price, hardware specification, specific features of my like and more. Let us learn about Oracle to SQL migration.
Customers have a unique way to give you challenges that you never faced. It was one of those evenings that I was working late night on some SQL activity when I received a mail from one of my very old customers. It is rare that I get a ping from them and I was surprised at what had gone wrong. As I started to chat with them, he didn’t know I had recently moved to consulting. This got him double excited and I was unaware to why such a reaction. Your best customers are your best well-wishers too. Let us read about How to Avoid Triggers for Multiple Row Operations in a Table.