I am observing the following:
Say there is a stored procedure i.e FUNCTION sp_foo(...) which has say,
SQL commands (any of SELECT,INSERT,UPDATE,DELETE) in its body, say S1
followed by S2 then S3.... Furthermore, execution of statement S2
results in trigger functions getting invoked (that contain yet other SQL
By the time, the trigger functions execute (as a result of S2), S3 has
Note that sp_foo() was invoked via a SELECT i.e SELECT sp_foo(...).
To work around this "behaviour", I wrapped sp_foo() within another
FUNCTION say sp_foo_wrapper(...) and in the body of sp_foo_wrapper() I
did this -
1. INSERT <something> in a scratch table // akin to setting a flag
2. Invoke sp_foo().
3. DELETE <something> from the scratch table // akin to resetting the
Even then, by the time the triggers fired as a result of S2 (in the body
of sp_foo), the DELETE (in step 3 above) had executed.
1. Did I miss something very basic?
2. Is this behavior random i.e the manifestation pertians to the
particular SQL commands in my code?
3. How does one achieve, the chronolgy that I want i.e I want S3 AND/OR
step 3 to occur AFTER the triggers (as a result of S2) to fire?
Thanx in advance,
Cisco Systems Inc.
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