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Recover Trigger in MySQL

Posted on 2009-07-05
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HI,

By mistake a trigger has been deleted.
I am using MySQL 5.1 installed in CentOS 5

Is there any ways to recover the trigger.

Thanks.
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Raja Jegan R earned 500 total points
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Unfortunately there is no direct way to recover your trigger.

You can restore the backup of your database if you have to another database and then script this trigger from the restored database and then create the trigger back in your database.

Kindly check that your trigger functionality for the period it was not in your database was lost.
You have to take care of those activities.
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Can I identify which user has deleted the trigger?
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You can use mysqlbinlog to read the transactions happened in database through Binary Log files.

For more info:

http://www.mydigitallife.info/2007/10/06/how-to-read-mysql-binary-log-files-binlog-with-mysqlbinlog/

But in your case to track it out provided it is not disabled by administrator in my.cny configuration file.
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