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Transaction in trigger

 
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In my table A i have a post insert and post update trigger which updates the Audit log
when ever data is inserted or updated in table.
But when the data inserted/ or updated rollbacks, will the Audit log entry will be rollbacked?
If not how to rollback the entries from audit log.
Basically how to maintain transaction in triggers?
 
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Aakash,
Your data in the audit log would be rolled back. But if you want the audit log to be committed even the insert/update of the table fails, you can use autonomous transaction pragma, if you're using Oracle8i or above.
Hth,
Remar
[ June 25, 2003: Message edited by: Remar Uy ]
[ June 25, 2003: Message edited by: Remar Uy ]
 
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