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Re: Accessing NEW.x values from within stored procedures called by triggers
Posted by: Beat Vontobel
Date: November 03, 2005 11:31AM

Thanks, Roland, that works. It's just that I actually wanted to have a clean reusable stored procedure to not have such a mess in every single trigger. Instead of just

... FOR EACH ROW CALL check_data(NEW.a, NEW.b, NEW.c, ...)

the trigger will now look something like this

... FOR EACH ROW
BEGIN
DECLARE new_a TYPE DEFAULT NEW.a;
DECLARE new_b TYPE DEFAULT NEW.b;
DECLARE new_c TYPE DEFAULT NEW.c;
...
CALL check_data(new_a, new_b, new_c, ...);
SET NEW.a = new_a;
SET NEW.b = new_b;
SET NEW.c = new_c;
...
END

Like this I could of course directly drop the stored procedure and include everything directly in the trigger ;-)

What do you think, probably something for a feature request? Taking votes...

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