No, I didn't set the delimiter. But, it still have an error after I set delimiter in my
trigger as your example. By the way, what's delimiter mean ? And what it's for ?
Thanks to you Mr. David.
David Schneider-Joseph <david@stripped> wrote: Lucky,
Did you make sure to set your delimiter before and after the CREATE
TRIGGER statement? e.g.:
CREATE TRIGGER DEL_TB_INSTRUKSI AFTER DELETE ON Tb_Instruksi
FOR EACH ROW
DELETE FROM Tb_Stuffing WHERE No_Instruksi = OLD.No_Instruksi;
On Nov 6, 2007, at 11:11 PM, Lucky Wijaya wrote:
> Hi, my name is Lucky from Indonesia. I build an database application
> using Delphi 7 & MySQL as the RDBMS. Now, I'm having problem in
> creating trigger in MySQL. Here is the code of the trigger:
> CREATE TRIGGER DEL_TB_INSTRUKSI AFTER DELETE ON Tb_Instruksi
> FOR EACH ROW
> DELETE FROM Tb_Stuffing WHERE No_Instruksi = OLD.No_Instruksi;
> It results an error message that the SQL syntax (on delete command)
> is incorrect. I didn't find yet the incorrect part of my SQL syntax.
> Could somebody help my problem ? Thank you very much.
> Note: I'm already using MySQL v. 5.0.41 and using GUI in creating
> the trigger. I also have tried to create the trigger through mysql
> command line, but it result the same error message.
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