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Hermit   (2001-12-05 13:22) [0]

How in the trigger you can find out the value of a certain field of the current record of another table.
There are two tables: Clients and Contacts, tied one to many. In the trigger, before adding a new record, it is necessary to assign the current Clients.IDCLIENT field to the IDCLIENT field



Ra   (2001-12-05 13:37) [1]

no .. such assignment in a trigger is not possible



User_OKA   (2001-12-05 14:25) [2]

Forget about the cursor in the database. In a trigger, you can program an action using SQL statements, and any query operates with a set of records, the concept of a database cursor is not applicable to it, =>, in a trigger you cannot find out which record has a cursor in the master table.



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