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SQL Trigger Help

SQL Trigger Help

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Old 23rd November 2011, 23:47
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Hey Everyone,

I just need a quick check as I'm relatively rusty on SQL. I'm making a trigger that will run on an INSERT into Table A and copy that same data to Table B. What I have right now is:

ON OldDatabase.dbo.OldTable
Insert INTO NewDB.dbo.NewTable

A couple things I'm fuzzy on are whether this will stay in the system like a stored proc and general syntax verification. It's been far too many years since I've had to mess with SQL so I'm just making sure I'm still mostly correct.

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