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Trigger on SELECT

Posted on 2002-03-08
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Hello, I am trying to write a trigger which will allow me to intercept a SELECT statement and depending on the WHERE clause in the SELECT statement, I want to output a resultset. For example,

SELECT col FROM A WHERE x = 5;

Ordinarily, it might return

xyz
abc
pqr

Now, if the above query executes against the server, I want to catch it before it executes and return something like

mno

Thus, depending on where clause I wish to manipulate the resultset.

Thanks.
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by:ruperts
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can't do that...

Triggers only fire on update/delete/insert.


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by:curtis591
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Could you maybe use a stored procedure for something like this instead of a trigger?
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by:ruperts
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Well a view is the closest thing I could think of..
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by:dbdoshi
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Yes, anything will go. View or Stored Proc? Can somebody give a little example.
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curtis591 earned 75 total points
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I am not really sure what you are looking for but something like this may work


create procedure test @param1 varchar(100) as
declare @return varchar(10)
if @param1 = 'ME'
 set @return = 'YES'
else
  if @param1 = 'YOU'
    set @return = 'NO'
else
  set @return = 'NOT SURE'

select @return

 
 
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