The catalog pg_event_trigger stores event triggers. See Chapter 37 for more information.
Table 48-21. pg_event_trigger Columns
|evtname||name||Trigger name (must be unique)|
|evtevent||name||Identifies the event for which this trigger fires|
|evtowner||oid||pg_authid.oid||Owner of the event trigger|
|evtfoid||oid||pg_proc.oid||The function to be called|
|evtenabled||char||Controls in which session_replication_role modes the event trigger fires. O = trigger fires in "origin" and "local" modes, D = trigger is disabled, R = trigger fires in "replica" mode, A = trigger fires always.|
|evttags||text||Command tags for which this trigger will fire. If NULL, the firing of this trigger is not restricted on the basis of the command tag.|
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