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troubleshooting Question

T-sql Update Trigger Query

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ukerandiFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
Microsoft SQL Server 2008SQL
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See below my update Query
Alter Trigger  [dbo].[empBack]
ON [DB].[dbo].[mainSal]

declare @emp_num nvarchar(7)
DECLARE @AnuualSalary decimal(18,2)

SELECT @emp_num =i.emp_num,@AnuualSalary=i.salary from inserted i;  
   UPDATE mainSal
   Set salary=0.00,annual=0.00
   where emp_num=@emp_num
      UPDATE empBack 
   Set AnnualSalary=@AnuualSalary
   where emp_num=@emp_num


What i need is if someone insert record in "mainSal" Table Salary and anuual salary going to be 0 and
empBack table updated record is going to be save.

My getting following error

"Maximum stored procedure function,trigger or View Nesting Level exceeded limt 32"

Can some one show me where im doing the mistake. Thanks
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