Explain Triggers and Stored Procedures?

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Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

A trigger can be defined as that stored procedure that executes when some particular event happens in SQL such as update, insert, delete, etc. On the other hand, a stored procedure is a piece of code purely defined by the user and is written in several local versions of PL or SQL. A stored procedure may return a value if it is made a function and can be invoked by calling it explicitly.

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