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Hi Friends,
I need to know how to create triggers in hibernate.
I want to create a trigger on inserting into one table. On inserting into one table i want to insert or update another table.
how this can be done.

Any suggestions would be of great help.
Thanks in advance
 
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See Interceptors & Events. You can inspect/manipulate properties of an object before it is saved/updated/deleted etc...
 
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Thanks for the quick reply Vijitha,

So we need to change in configuration file and class that implements the event.?

Is this the only way it can be done?
 
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Since they are for react to events inside Hibernate, yes you need to change/implement them. It's not outside the Hibernate...
 
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