|Conditional SQL Trigger Example|
IntroductionThis article will explain a conditional SQL trigger example.
Below are the table structures that will be used in the example
A R RTGPF1 A ROLLNO 9P 0 A NAME 10A A COLLEGE 50A A K ROLLNO
A R RTGPF2 A STUCNT 9P 0
The trigger will be added to TABLE1 and it will get triggered when any record is updated in the table.
When the value of the COLLEGE field from TABLE1 gets changed.
Only when the trigger condition is true, only the STUCNT field from TABLE2 gets increment by 1.
Example: Conditional Trigger
In this example, the UPDATE_STUDENT trigger gets created and if already present then that will be replaced by this trigger.
CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER UPDATE_STUDENT AFTER UPDATE ON TRGPF1 REFERENCING NEW ROW AS NEW OLD ROW AS OLD FOR EACH ROW MODE DB2ROW WHEN(NEW.COLLEGE <> OLD.COLLEGE) BEGIN UPDATE TRGPF2 SET STUCNT = STUCNT + 1; END;
The below statement is fetching the current row and the old row values
REFERENCING NEW ROW AS NEW OLD ROW AS OLD
And, below is the condition that is comparing the old COLLEGE field value and the new COLLEGE field value.
WHEN(NEW.COLLEGE <> OLD.COLLEGE)
Trigger object is a CLE program object which can be debugged.
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