On Wed, May 04, 2005 at 04:39:27PM -0300, Roni Warken wrote:
> Right Pawel! If I get the current value, my DB could crash in the next
> What about the trigger? Where do I get some examples to practice?but
It all depends on your needs :)
To save data integrity, you have at least three basic solutions:
a) put all queries into transaction. If someting fails in next
step, first insert will be canceled,
b) write a stored procedure (containing all necessary queries)
in a database side, and call this proc in your application,
c) create trigger on table - if your second query doesn't need
extra parameters coming from application.
Samples for a) and b) are in the documentation / examples in postgres
package. You have to choose a procedural language first (PHP is available).
Paweł Bernat; uselessness' lover;
Slowly and surely the unix crept up on the Nintendo user ...
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