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I try to update the DateModified field of the updated record in sql lite but I can't find the syntex to do so.
I tried this one that works for MSSql:
CREATE TRIGGER [TableName]LastModifiedDate ON [TableName] FOR UPDATE AS UPDATE [TableName] SET [TableName].LastModified=getdate() FROM [TableName] INNER JOIN Inserted ON [TableName].[UniqueID]= Inserted.[UniqueID]

the problem is that in sqllite is says theres no table Inserted...
Currantly when I update one row all the rows datemodified are updated.. that's no good. I want just the one updated now should be changed.

Is there any other way to do it?

Thanks
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Question by:Mr_Ezi
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by:Anthony Perkins
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>>Zones: Databases Miscellaneous, MS SQL Server, SQL Query Syntax<<
This question has nothing to do with MS SQL Server, please request that zone be removed.
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by:Olaf Doschke
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See the SQLite language refernce:
http://www.sqlite.org/lang_createtrigger.html

SQLite has no table inserted, it has "new" and "old"

Also getdate() is not a function available in SQLite, you have date('now') there.

T-SQL is T-SQL SQLite is SQLite. Learn SQLite, don't just copy and paste, this won't work of course.

Bye, Olaf.
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by:Mr_Ezi
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Thanks for the link I have a SqlLite book and I know the getdate function, but I can't find a solution for my problem.
I tried 'where new.oid = old.oid' but still all rows get affected!
Please help...
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by:Olaf Doschke
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INNER JOIN Inserted ON [TableName].[UniqueID]= Inserted.[UniqueID] need to be replaced by
WHERE [TableName].[UniqueID]= new.[UniqueID] to limit the update on the single new record.

Bye, Olaf.
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Olaf Doschke earned 2000 total points
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Also see: http://linuxgazette.net/109/chirico1.html

Sample code
     -- ********************************************************************
     --   Creating a trigger for timeEnter
     --     Run as follows:
     --            $ sqlite3 test.db < trigger1
     -- ********************************************************************
     CREATE TRIGGER insert_t1_timeEnter AFTER  INSERT ON t1
     BEGIN
      UPDATE t1 SET timeEnter = DATETIME('NOW')  WHERE rowid = new.rowid;
     END;
     -- ********************************************************************

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Should be easy enough to adapt to your situation.

Bye, Olaf.
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Thnaks your the best.
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