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Re: Triggers (and I don't me Roy Rogers' Horses)



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Paul,

Sharon Hoffman has a rather decent book out on that topic, check
news/400's webber for books...  Also, Skip does some really decent
sessions on it at Common....

Don in DC

On Wed, 26 May 1999, PaulMmn wrote:

> Well, we're finally going to use some triggers on our system.
> 
> We're concerned about the overhead of running the little monsters
> 
>       - Where does the overhead show up?  The job that kicks off the
> Trigger?  The subsystem?  The OS (as part of QDBSRV?)?
> 
>       - Is there a convenient place to monitor for the additional load?
> 
> If anyone can provide a 25-words-or-less answer, or point me at the Right
> Fine Manual, I'd be greatly gratified.
> 
> --Paul E Musselman
> PaulMmn@ix.netcom.com
> 
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