Oracle if updating trigger
LAST_APPLIED_DATE,'DD-MON-YYYY'))/12 INTO years_since_last_applied FROM dual; -- Check whether years_since_last_applied is greater than 2 years or not IF (years_since_last_applied -- setting date format to to 'DD-MON-YYYY' alter session set nls_date_format = 'DD-MON-YYYY'; INSERT INTO job_openings VALUES (1,'Mark','Sharma',10,'01-JAN-2012'); INSERT INTO job_openings VALUES (2,'Praveen','Kumar',4,'01-DEC-2010'); INSERT INTO job_openings VALUES (3,'Rahul','Kohli',6,null); -- output 1 rows inserted. TRG_BEFORE_EMP_UPDATE' -- Try to update last_Applied_Date which is less than 2 years UPDATE job_openings SET LAST_APPLIED_DATE = '10-JUN-2016' where APPLICATION_ID = 3; -- error Error report - ORA-20000: Previous application attempt must not be done in last 2 years. TRG_BEFORE_EMP_UPDATE", line 15 ORA-04088: error during execution of trigger 'SYSTEM. UPDATED_DATE := sysdate; END; -- setting date format to to 'DD-MON-YYYY' alter session set nls_date_format = 'DD-MON-YYYY'; INSERT INTO person_records VALUES (101,'Devil','Khedut',sysdate,null,null); INSERT INTO person_records VALUES (102,'Kanji','Yadav',sysdate,null,null); -- output 1 rows inserted. CREATE TABLE bank_transactions_audit ( TXN_ID number(10), TXN_NUMBER varchar2(20), PARTY_NAME varchar2(50), TXN_DATE date, CREATED_BY varchar2(20), CREATED_DATE date ); --Creating Trigger CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER trg_before_update_txn_audit BEFORE UPDATE ON bank_transactions FOR EACH ROW BEGIN -- Insert OLD values in audit table for logging purpose INSERT INTO bank_transactions_audit VALUES(: OLD.
TRG_BEFORE_EMP_UPDATE' --Creating person_records table. CREATE TABLE person_records ( PERSON_ID number(10) primary key, FIRST_NAME varchar2(50), LAST_NAME varchar2(50), HIRE_DATE date, UPDATED_BY varchar2(20), UPDATED_DATE date ); CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER trg_before_person_update BEFORE UPDATE on person_records FOR EACH ROW DECLARE username varchar2(20); BEGIN SELECT USER INTO username FROM dual; -- Setting updated_by and updated_Date values.
CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER CHK_SALES_JOB BEFORE INSERT OR UPDATE OF JOB_ID ON EMPLOYEES FOR EACH ROW BEGIN IF :old.department_id = 80 AND (:new.job_id ! = 'SA_MAN') THEN RAISE_APPLICATION_ERROR(-20001, 'Sales Department can only have SA_MAN or SA_REP'); END IF; END; If I have the OR condition within the If statement, the code would never work.
It will compile the trigger with no problem, but when ever I try to update the employees table, it will continuously display the RAISE_APPLICATION_ERROR.
-- Creating TRIGGER CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER trg_before_emp_update BEFORE UPDATE OF JOB_EXPERIENCE, LAST_APPLIED_DATE on job_openings FOR EACH ROW DECLARE years_since_last_applied number(5); BEGIN years_since_last_applied := -1; IF(: NEW. He is working in a well reputed MNC as an applications Developer with 5 years of experience.
LAST_APPLIED_DATE IS NOT NULL) THEN SELECT MONTHS_BETWEEN(TO_DATE(sysdate,'DD-MON-YYYY'), TO_DATE(: NEW. -- Try to update job_experience less than 3 years UPDATE job_openings SET JOB_EXPERIENCE = 2 where APPLICATION_ID = 1; -- error Error report - ORA-20000: Job experience must be more than or equal to 3 years. TRG_BEFORE_EMP_UPDATE", line 21 ORA-04088: error during execution of trigger 'SYSTEM. CREATE TABLE bank_transactions ( TXN_ID number(10) primary key, TXN_NUMBER varchar2(20), PARTY_NAME varchar2(50), TXN_DATE date, CREATED_BY varchar2(20), CREATED_DATE date ); --Creating bank_transactions_audit table. He have good understanding and knowledge of Java, Database, Spring, Hibernate and exploring other technologies related to Software development.
The insert to the child table caused the foreign key to validate the data on the parent (which fired the trigger) causing the insert of the child table to result in a mutating table error on the parent table.
In many cases, use of the INSTEAD-OF trigger feature allows you to work around these restrictions.A mutation table is defined as a table that is changing.But in dealing with triggers, it is a table that has the possibility of changing.However, when a view becomes more complex (multiple tables or views used in various join conditions to create the new single view), there is a good chance that many columns, as referenced by the view, lose their "updateable-ness." So, being the data dictionary view/table name trivia wizard that you are, you know to query the XXX_UPDATABLE_COLUMNS views, substituting USER, ALL or DBA for XXX as applicable.There are exceptions to this rule about views being inherently updateable.