Using Triggers to Track Database Action History

By Bill Graziano on 18 September 2001 | 4 Comments | Tags: Stored Procedures


Several State and Federal contracts that I have worked on in the past have wanted to keep track of all changes to a particular record, such as who modified the record, what kind of modification took place, and when the record modification occurred. I decided to solve this problem with triggers because I wanted to capture every action that occurred on a particular table. Follow the link to Using Triggers to Track Database Action History...

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