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Maybe this isn't why you need to know the program name: A while back I
needed to know if a certain program was updating a file because I needed
the trigger to do nothing in order to avoid a circular update. Don't
remember exactly why. I used a user space in QTEMP. If the user space
didn't exist, or the space didn't contain an expected value, fire
normally. If it did exist, and contained the expected value, don't do
anything.

Pete Hall
pbhall@xxxxxxxxxxxxx


James Lampert wrote:
I may have asked this before, but . . .

Is there an easy way, in a trigger program, to find out what program
initiated the change that tripped the trigger?

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