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making a trigger in mysql fire a shell command

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Hi,

I would like to have a trigger execute a shell command (like "php myscript.php") when some record is modified.
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It cannot be done unless you are using the mysql command line client where you would just use \! before the command however that is only a feature of the command line client and not the server. MySQL developers state that it will be some time until they add that feature de to the mass amounts of platforms they support.
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I was able to do it on PostgreSQL.... I had to write the trigger in C languge...

Can I write triggers in C language in MySql ?
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