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Subj:   Re: Do Triggers really need Perm Space????
 
From:   Terry Stover

I suspect perm space is needed to support the REFERENCING clause, you have to put the data associated with OLD/OLD_TABLE and NEW/NEW_TABLE somewhere.

It makes more sense to put it with the trigger rather than altering the associated table structure. I can see how using temp or spool instead of perm space could cause integrity problems if you had a failure while a trigger was executing.



     
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