Typically triggers are set to be invoked when someone inserts, updates, or deletes a row in the database. I don't think that triggers can be executed directly. If you need to do some sort of direct execution, use a stored procedure. Or execute the appropriate SQL from your code.
Loh Ying Hui
Joined: Feb 03, 2002
oh i see. can you tell me what's the difference between createStatement and createPreparedStatement ?