Actually Postgres manual of triggers says that in postgres, you can't write
a trigger in conventional sql. You have to write it in a procedural language
like C. So wanted some more insight on it.
On 7/31/06, Tino Wildenhain <tino(at)wildenhain(dot)de> wrote:
> Jasbinder Bali wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Was wondering if one can write triggers with SQL statements as we have
> > in other RDBMS like SQL Server and oracle.
> What would such a trigger "in SQL statements" look like?
> SQL Server has Triggers in Transact-SQL, which is just something
> like a pl/language.
> > Can these be written in procedural languages only?
> > Please put some insight on what needs to be known before working with
> > triggers in postgres.
> You should probably try it when you read all manuals :-)
> pl/sql is very close to pure SQL, so if you manage to write
> your trigger with it - why not? :-)
> What should your trigger do btw?
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