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SQL Server FAQ - "DISABLE TRIGGER" - Disabling Triggers
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How To Disable Triggers using "DISABLE TRIGGER"?
If want to stop the execution of an existing trigger temporarily,
you can use the "DISABLE TRIGGER" statement to disable it. The disabled trigger
will be kept in the database.
If you want to resume the execution of a disabled trigger,
you can use the "ENABLE TRIGGER" statement to enable it.
The tutorial exercise below shows you how to disable and enable triggers:
-- disabling a trigger
DISABLE TRIGGER dml_message ON fyi_users;
INSERT INTO fyi_users (name) VALUES ('Jack Gate');
(1 row(s) affected)
-- enabling a trigger
ENABLE TRIGGER dml_message ON fyi_users;
INSERT INTO fyi_users (name) VALUES ('Roy Bush');
Time: Jul 1 2007
Records are inserted, updated, or deleted in fyi_users
(1 row(s) affected)
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- What Are Triggers?
- What Are the Basic Features of a Trigger?
- How To Create a Simple Table to Test Triggers?
- How To Create a DML Trigger using CREATE TRIGGER Statements?
- How To Test a DML Trigger?
- How To List All Triggers in the Database with sys.triggers?
- How To Modify Existing Triggers using "ALTER TRIGGER"?
- How To Delete Existing Triggers using "DROP TRIGGER"?
- How To Get the Definition of a Trigger Back?
- How To Disable Triggers using "DISABLE TRIGGER"?
- How To Create a Trigger for INSERT Only?
- How To See the Event List of an Existing Trigger using sys.trigger_events?
- How To Access the Inserted Record of an Event?
- How To Access the Deleted Record of an Event?
- How To Improve the Trigger to Handle NULL Values?
- What Happens to a Trigger with Multiple Affected Rows?
- How To Override DML Statements with Triggers?
- How To Create a DDL Trigger using "CREATE TRIGGER" Statements?
- Can You Roll Back the DDL Statement in a Trigger?
- Can You Create a Logon Trigger in SQL Server 2005 Express Edition?