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SQL Server FAQ - "DROP TRIGGER" - Deleting Existing Triggers
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How To Delete Existing Triggers using "DROP TRIGGER"?
If you don't want to use a trigger any more, you should delete it from the database
by using the "DROP TRIGGER" statement as shown in tutorial example:
DROP TRIGGER new_user;
SELECT * FROM sys.triggers
name object_id parent_id type type_desc
------------ ----------- ----------- ---- ------------
dml_message 690101499 674101442 TR SQL_TRIGGER
Trigger, new_user, is deleted now.
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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?