CMPS 160: Databases
IIn this module, learn about the fundamentals of Database Administration and Database Development. It is a special stored procedure that is run when specific actions occur within a database. Most triggers are defined to run when changes are made to a table’s data. Triggers can be defined to run instead of or after DML(Data Manipulation Language) actions such as INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE.
- Learn how to create triggers that execute before or after an INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE statement is executed for a table.
- Enable and disable the event scheduler.
- Create events that execute at a specified time or at recurring intervals.
- Learn how a trigger can be used to enforce data consistency or to insert rows into an audit table.
- Learn when to use a trigger in your database environment.
- Module 13 Readings: Chapter 16
- Module 13 Slides: Chapter 16
- Module 13 Assignment: Page 490 (Exercises 1-3) in the textbook.