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I have an MSSQL Server 2008 Database.
There are some tables in my Database like below :
table1, table2, table3, ....
each table has a NVARCHAR(50) field (Name)
Now, I wanna change the strings that each sql query inserts in this field
e.g :
We have a query that wanna insert "Sample Text" in Name field.
I wanna change it to "Sample Name" with a SQL Trigger

Is it Possible with sql triggers ? if so, How? I'm naive in T-SQL
Is there a better way to do it with SQL Server ?
Posted 25-Jun-12 19:16pm
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Solution 1

Yes - Triggers can do this ...

If the clients are talking to the DB with stored procedures, just changed the SP! If they're not using SPs, then this is only the start of a lot of pain

Have a look at An Introduction to Triggers[^]

On inserts, the triggers get a table called inserted - just modify that table as you want
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Solution 2

Hi ,
Check this it has same problem
http://www.sqlteam.com/forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=152059[^]
Best Regards
M.Mitwalli
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