We have a project now that requires us to sync data between the i and
a MS SQL Server. I envision a table that collects the table, key(s),
and what action was performed (insert, update, delete). This table
will then be read by a C# program that will then process this table
and copy the appropriate data to the MS SQL Server.

I figured the best way to do this to avoid table changes or program
changes is to use a trigger. I have never personally used or created
triggers and now I am trying to figure out how to insert data into
another table when a trigger is triggered. Is there any
documents/articles/how-tos out there that you recommend to get me on
the right path. Some of the things I have found so far doesn't really
explain the process well enough that I can figure out how to create it
myself.

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Mike Wills
http://mikewills.me

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