MS SQL Trigger
I have a database and want to add a trigger to add a specific address for a client when they create an order. Here is how I see it working.
An order is saved to the database, the trigger is fired and it checks if the client has the address in the address table and if so exits and if not adds the address.
Trigger on the Order table
When a record is added Order table the trigger takes the [url removed, login to view] and joins on the [url removed, login to view] and selects the SiteValidation.FacilityID.
Next it takes the [url removed, login to view] from the new record and joins the [url removed, login to view] and checks to see if there is a record for the client where the [url removed, login to view] = [url removed, login to view] and the [url removed, login to view] = Sitevalidation.FacilityID.
If this returns a record then the trigger can exit because the facility has already been added to the address table for the client, if not, we need to create a new record in the address table.
ClientID = [url removed, login to view]
FacilityID = [url removed, login to view]
ValidAddress = 1
Status = 1
Street = The rest copy the fields from the
Address table where AddressID = FacilityID
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