A trigger defined on a schema fires for each event associated with the owner of the schema (the current user).A trigger defined on a database fires for each event associated with all users. Compound triggers make it easier to program an approach where you want the actions you implement for the various timing points to share common data. When a trigger is fired, the tables referenced in the trigger action might be currently undergoing changes by SQL statements in other users' transactions.SQL statements running in triggers follow the same rules that standalone SQL statements do.Specifically: How Triggers and Constraints Differ Both triggers and constraints can constrain data input, but they differ significantly. For example, a trigger can prevent a DML statement from inserting a values that were inserted into the column before the trigger was defined or while the trigger was disabled.Like a stored procedure, a trigger is a named PL/SQL unit that is stored in the database and can be invoked repeatedly.
We have some Easter Weekend openings still available so give us a call ASAP. We bought new sleeper sofas for cabins 4, 5, 7, and 10! I would take pictures to send you but these cabins are closed for the winter. They bagged a turkey, caught a lot of crappie, and found a few mushrooms. Despite the colder weather folks are still catching fish. If it is too small to keep get it back in the water as fast as possible.
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Some of them have done well and others not as good as they hoped. My apologies for not posting reports during the past two months. On the bright side, one of our employees said he caught 31 fish last night. Jim caught a 2.9 lb 17" crappie last Friday and Keith caught a 16" crappie Monday! Check out our Facebook page to see the latest pictures. The weather has warmed up and the evenings are mild.
The biggest problem is the low water on the Osage river. We have seen some crappie remains in the buckets so they are being caught. We were busy doing the shows and discussing spring! We have purchased some more new sleeper sofas and are putting in new windows in our Liar's Den! Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and is getting ready for an outstanding Christmas. Most of the reports we are getting tell us they are catching 10, 11, 12" crappie with some 13-15" in the mix. We have one cabin left for the upcoming weekend so give us a call fast! We just had a cancellation for Cabins 8 & 9 so if you are looking for an Easter getaway, give us a call. Been getting some good fishing reports from guests and friends. This year the DNR has tagged some spoonbill to help them track the movements, etc.