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Database Administrator’s Guide. Contents. Previous Next. Page of Search. This Book This Release. Table of Contents. open Oracle Database. Overview of Triggers. A trigger is a named program unit that is stored in the database and fired (executed) in response to a specified event. The specified event. Prerequisites. The trigger must be in your own schema or you must have ALTER ANY TRIGGER system privilege. In addition, to alter a trigger on DATABASE.
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This approach was both cumbersome to program and subject to memory leak when the triggering statement caused an error and the after-statement trigger did not fire. Compiled triggers have dependencies.
Oracle / PLSQL: AFTER INSERT Trigger
Update cascade, update set null, update set default, delete set default, inserting a missing parent, and maintaining a count of children can all be implemented easily.
Each subsequent trigger sees the changes made by the previously fired triggers. Side effects from firing the compound trigger are not rolled back. Centralized Audit Trail All database audit information is recorded centrally and automatically using the auditing features of the database. This topic applies only to simple triggers.
Compiled triggers have dependencies. If, after the compound trigger fires, the triggering statement rolls back due to a DML exception:. When an event is published, certain run-time context and attributes, as specified in the parameter list, are passed to the callout subprogram. The state variables are initialized each time the trigger fires even when the triggering statement is interrupted and restarted.
However, pay special attention when invoking remote subprograms from within a local trigger. This shows how triggers can be used to provide value-based auditing and how to use public package variables.
For information about trigger states, see Overview of Triggers. If you omit schemathen Oracle Database creates the trigger in your own schema. The specified event is associated with either a table, a view, a schema, or the database, and it is one of the following:. This implementation requires care for multiple-row updates. They do not fire when a DML statement is performed on the view. This is similar to the privilege model for stored procedures.
It requires that a “reason code” be stored in a global package variable before the update. You can reference object columns or their attributes, or varray, nested table, or LOB columns. You may need to set up the following data structures for this example to work: Triggers are commonly used to supplement the built-in auditing features of Oracle Database.
The firing order of compound triggers is not guaranteed.
Contraints and Triggers Triggers and declarative constraints can both be used to constrain data input. Views are an excellent mechanism to provide logical windows over table data.
They are not valid for DDL or database events. Statements inside a trigger can reference remote schema objects. However, triggers and integrity constraints have significant differences. Who Uses the Trigger? The rollback to savepoint does not undo changes to any package variables referenced in the trigger.
Before, after, each row and table level triggers [Oracle]
Standard auditing options permit auditing of DML and DDL statements regarding all types of schema objects and structures. Name of the dictionary object on which the DDL operation occurred. The statements in the trigger body operate under the privilege domain of the trigger owner, not the privilege domain of orale user issuing the triggering statement.
NEW value, but you cannot write either the: For example, to enable all triggers defined for the Inventory table, enter the following statement:. To avoid this problem, either forbid multiple-row updates to p that change the primary key and reuse existing primary key values, or track updates to foreign key values and modify the trigger to ensure that no row is updated twice.
All other events fire the triggers in the existing user transaction. Optionally, you can also set the reason code back to NULL if you wanted to force the reason code to be set for every update.
Because the trigger uses the BEFORE keyword, it can access the new values before they go into the table, and can change the values if there is an easily-corrected error by assigning to: A trigger can be in either of two distinct modes: A constraint applies to existing data in the table and any statement that manipulates the table. Publication Context When an event is published, certain run-time context and attributes, as specified in the parameter list, are passed to the callout subprogram.
The trigger code is stored in the data dictionary. Declarative constraints are statements about the database that are always true.