> From: Buck Calabro > > Sort of. You can use a CLP as an initial handler (as in checking a data > area to see if you want the trigger to run or not. You might > not, if you're > doing maintenance on the trigger program!) Buck, this is an excellent point, and I suggest that anybody using trigger programs (or exit points!) think about this carefully. Especially during initial development, you may want to wrap your triggers/exits in very simple programs that simply call the REAL trigger/exit program. This allows you to change the real program without having to unregister/reregister it. For exit programs, this can be very important, becase you don't have to end/restart the associated service to change the exit program. Once you've thoroughly debugged your progrma, you may choose to relax this architecture and remove the intervening layer, especially if performance becomes an issue. Joe
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