Scott Fletcher wrote:
>I read some articles that the use of SQL's TIMESTAMP in a table is use
>for recording the actual date/time that the row was inserted and for
>row(s) that is/are updated. I'm a little troubled by that because I
>want a table with a timestamp in the first column to be the transaction
>date which can be done by insert and that the timestamp not be altered
>with the SQL update of any sort.
Then you need 2 timestamps. Both get updated on insert, The first gets
updated on updates.
> I also want the TIMESTAMP to be a
Sorry. This would allow only one insert per second.
> So, what is my options? Thanks...