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Hello,

I am trying to create a trigger which should monitor the table tbUsers. Once a record is inserted into tbUsers it should update the column of the table tbWatch 'LastLogged' with the current date/time from the server and also add the value of 1 to the column 'TimesLogged'. The table tbUsers and tbWatch connect on the column 'MAC' so obviously the update should happen only if the MAC value from the rows to be appended on tbUsers match those of tbWatch.

Many thanks
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CREATE TRIGGER YourTrigger ON tbUsers
AFTER INSERT
AS
BEGIN
UPDATE tbWatch
set LastLogged=getdate()
,TimesLogged=TimesLogged+1
FROM tbWatch w inner join inserted i on i.mac = w.mac
END
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That was excellent! Many thanks!!!!
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