A trigger is fired for an INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE statement and an Audit Table gets inserted with a row for each of the changes that occurred.
I will need to validate the auditing process is executing correctly or not by writing simple SQL statements to compare.
Other than that can you please let me know if I can write a SQL query to find out how many times the trigger actually fired on a given table and a time period? OR is there a better way to say that
the trigger has executed correctly and the audit table has been populated with the data correctly.
Are there any Oracle functions to track the trigger fire counts on DML operations?
Something related to these areas for validating ...
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