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I have what was a simple Update Query in Access to what i am thinking should be a After update\insert Trigger in SQL.
Access Query
UPDATE SEGMENT SET SEGMENT.LeftOdd = 1
WHERE ([L_F_add] mod 2) = 1 OR  ([L_F_add] = 0 AND [R_F_add] > 0 AND ([R_F_add] mod 2) = 0);

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Im not sure how to determine if the L_T_ADD value = odd number or the L_F_ADD value = oddnumber statement should work.
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It looks like this "x % 2" would be the way?
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Question by:PtboGiser
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by:PtboGiser
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Then if L_F_ADD or L_R_ADD is odd then i need to set the LEFTODD column to a value of "1"
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It looks like you've already got it.

CREATE TRIGGER myTrigger
ON SEGMENT
AFTER INSERT, UPDATE
AS

UPDATE SEGMENT
SET SEGMENT.LeftOdd = 1
WHERE (([L_F_add] % 2) = 1
OR  
([L_F_add] = 0 AND [R_F_add] > 0 AND ([R_F_add]%2) = 0));
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