I have a partitioned table to which I route data using a trigger.
I am changing it to use a set of rules which executes "INSTEAD" on
The parent table currently has a trigger.
The system is a live system. I would prefer to not have to suspend the
If I create the rules, and given the fact that they execute "INSTEAD" of
the insertion into the parent table, will the trigger still execute.
I will be removing the trigger immediately after the creation of the
rules, but just want to be safe and make sure I get no duplicate
Thanks in advance.
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