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When Insert row from VBA in Excel into a SQL Server table the trigger for insert doesn't work in DB

When Insert row from VBA in Excel into a SQL Server table the trigger for insert doesn't work in DB

When Insert row from VBA in Excel into a SQL Server table the trigger for insert doesn't work in DB

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Hi guys,

I have a form in Excel with a button for inserting data to a SQL table. The insertion works fine, the row is inserted successfully but the trigger related to my table in my database doesn't work, however when I perform any insertion working in my SSMS the trigger works fine!. I need that the trigger works when I insert any row from excel.

Please, I would appreciate any advice. Thank you very much in advance!!!!

GonFer

RE: When Insert row from VBA in Excel into a SQL Server table the trigger for insert doesn't work in DB

Hi,

First you say your form in Excel inserts. Then you say it does not work.

????

Skip,

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RE: When Insert row from VBA in Excel into a SQL Server table the trigger for insert doesn't work in DB

Instead of just inserting the row into SS, why not create a Stored Procedure with the Trigger built into that? Then your XL form calls the Stored Procedure and provides the data to insert. SQL Server will do the rest.

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