I'm in the process of implementing a trigger manager in the next version of
pgAdmin, but am having trouble figuring out where/how in the system tables
the following info is stored (I assume it must be there somewhere!):
1) Execution time ie. BEFORE or AFTER.
2) Event ie. INSERT, DELETE or UPDATE.
Any information would be gratefully received.
Dave Page, Network & Systems Manager, The Vale Housing Association Ltd.
http://www.vale-it.demon.co.uk/ (Home of pgAdmin)
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