I doubt it.

SQL trigger creates a program as well, so all other things being equal, I
don't see why that program would run any faster than RPG program.


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Birgitta Hauser Wrote:

A check constraint is be directly executed by the
database manager, while
using a trigger always a dynamic program call, with all
overhead occurs.



This is a very interesting statement. Would a SQL trigger
be faster than a trigger implemented in, say, RPGLE?


Luis Rodriguez

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