I don't know a way to edit 2 tables in 1 SQL statement. If you have 2
sql statements then the performance should be almost the same with the
function and maybe slightly worse with a trigger.
> Hi Julius Tuskenis,
> Many thanks for helping me. These are good solutions. But I have some
> Look below
> On Oct 10, 11:06 am, jul(dot)(dot)(dot)(at)nsoft(dot)lt (Julius Tuskenis) wrote:
>> I would suggest you 2 solutions:
>> 1. to use a function to edit these fields. That way you will be sure
>> that you will not forget to update both tables.
>> 2. use a trigger on master table. If I understand you - the history
>> table could be filled using trigger, when data in master table changes.
>> That way you could change only master table in your application.
> I think having triggers would bring performance down. So instead can
> we have single
> sql update statement to update all four fields of two tables? Just a
> crazy idea.
>> Good luck!
> Thanks for the wish.
> These wishes needed to implement smart solution to above problem :)
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