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If i have one object called PO and another called
receipts with a relational field of po.ponum=receipts.ponum i.e.

PO table      
ponum      
1      
2      

Receipts      
ponum      item
1      100
2      101

how do i build a trigger to fire an insert into another
table (postatus)to show that there been made inserts made
into the receipts table based on the ponum  i.e.

postatus      
ponum      date
1      gedate
1      getdate


all help will do
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That's the trigger: when you insert a new record in Receipts a new record is added to postatus too.
CREATE TRIGGER trReceiptsInsert ON dbo.Receipts 
FOR INSERT
AS
 
INSERT INTO postatus ( ponum, inserted )
SELECT
	ponum, GETDATE()
FROM
	inserted

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