We have 'table a' which has defined to it an 'after insert or update'
That inserts to 'table b', obviously for every update or insert of table a.
I have now is to update a new date column on 'table a' with a value coming
Another inhouse written function within the trigger function. But I cannot
use the UPDATE
statement within the update trigger function for fear of an infinite loop.
All I need to do is to populate the date field of the row that is currently
being processed by the trigger function.
Is there a command within plpgsql that can help me with this?
This seems like an elementary question, but I am a very elementary user of
Postgres functions. Thank you for your time,
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